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Ten Years Of Solid Service

By Joseph Frederick Sr.
Owner of Ohana Concrete Pumping Co. Inc.

Ohana Concrete Pumping Co. is a local, Native Hawaiian-owned small business. Our headquarters currently is located in Pearl City Industrial Park, and we provide concrete pumping services across the islands of Hawaii, including but not limited to Oahu, Molokai, Kauai and the Big Island.


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Joseph Frederick Sr.

We hold strong in our philosophy of providing excellent equipment, with the most experienced operators and a strong focus on customer service, and as innovative leaders. We maintain exceptional safety ratings and programs.

On March 5, 2005, we started with a single truck — a 2005 Putzmeister 47-meter Z Boom Pump Truck. Fast forward to today, and we are a full-service concrete pumping company complete with six truck-mounted booms, which includes our 61-meter Putzmeister Boom Pump Truck, the largest truck-mounted boom in the South Pacific region. Its full stretch length is a whopping 197 feet. We offer telebelt and trailer pump services, as well.

In the spring of 2012, we completed the largest matte pour in Honolulu. We pumped more than 3,000 cubic yards of concrete, up to a 9-foot thickness, in only 12 hours. We used three concrete pump trucks and still met spatial feats and avoided close power lines.

We are experienced in high-rise pumping, and currently we are working with Nordic PCL on the Symphony High Rise Project in Honolulu. Symphony will be the tallest high rise in Honolulu upon completion at 45 stories, with $388 million condo units and a luxury car dealership. We continue to provide resourceful solutions to meet the high demands and spatial challenges.

Celebrating our 10-year anniversary is more than just a blessing for us, it’s a privilege. We look forward to being around for many more years! Mahalo to all the companies that have worked with us over the past 10 years. They, too, have become a part of our ohana.