Honolulu Joint Traffic Management Center Parking Structure
The Honolulu Joint Traffic Management Center Parking Structure on Hawaii’s Island of Oahu, east of the Honolulu Civic Center, is a combined bus layover facility prior to loading passengers from the Alapai Transit Center, a 380-car parking structure for the Honolulu Police Department, and for the future JTMC.
Located along South King Street with views northward towards Punchbowl Crater, the Honolulu Joint Traffic Management Center Parking Structure is a six-level facility designed to be consistent with the Capitol Special District Guidelines which included using similar building components, similar materials, complimentary colors all while maintaining views to Punchbowl Crater.
The JTMC’s parking structure design, adhering to the guidelines, utilized materials found throughout the Capitol District including board formed concrete, mesh screens that were here used to screen the vehicles from view, warm white tones found in aluminum panel detailing and the façade planters, and natural earth tones which is the dominant color for the façade screen. The result is an architecture that complements the Capitol Special District while setting up a language for the future and final building to be built on site; the JTMC.
LocationHonolulu, Hawaii, USA
- ClientCity of Honolulu
- TypeAviation + Transportation / Civic, Culture & Entertainment
- Size264,000 F²
- Project Delivered Through AECOM