Scalable and Replicable Livestock Harvesting Facility Master Plan & Conceptual DesignPosted on Nov 18, 2022 in Main
November 18, 2022
The State of Hawaii, Department of Agriculture (HDOA) has completed a Master Plan, Feasibility Analysis, and Conceptual Design for a Scalable and Replicable Livestock Harvesting Facility. The effort was completed with the coordination, support, and guidance of the Hawaii Cattlemen’s Council, Inc. (HCC). The goal of the project was to create a facility model that serves the sustainability needs of Hawaii’s livestock industry and discusses the socio-economic and environmental factors of such a facility.
This project could not been completed without the expertise and valuable input from industry experts, stakeholders, and the HCC. The HDOA is grateful for their time and cooperation.
The final master plan and feasibility analysis, and the conceptual plans (60 % design drawings) can be found at the links below:
- Executive Summary
- Volume I – Master Plan and Feasibility Analysis – Part A – Main
- Volume I – Master Plan and Feasibility Analysis – Part B – Appendices
- Volume II – 60% Design Drawings – Part A – General Concept Drawings
- Volume II – 60% Design Drawings – Part B – Specialty Engineering Drawings