INTERA Kailua, Hawaii, USA
74 Kihapai Street
Kailua, Hawaii 96734
Located 12 miles northeast of Honolulu, INTERA’s Kailua office staff of geoscientists specialize in providing environmental and water resource services to state, municipal, and commercial clients.
In the Hawaiian language, Kailua means “two seas,” and it is so named because of the two lagoons that run through Kailua Bay. Kailua is known for its natural beauty and attracts visitors and celebrities from around the world, including President Barack Obama, whose winter White House was located there. Nearby Lanikai Beach has been rated as one of the world’s top beaches by multiple publications and is known for its white powder-like sand.
Wai Nui Marsh, a natural saltwater wetland, was the center of life for early Kailuans and now provides a habitat for many species of wildlife. There is also a popular hiking and biking pathway that wraps around its edge. Experienced hikers also enjoy the challenge of Mount Olomana’s three peaks, which tower over Kailua and the surrounding area. Nearby Honolulu, the capital and largest city in Hawaii, is a major hub for international business and military defense, as well as host to a variety of Pacific cultures, traditions, and cuisine.
Have questions about INTERA's Kailua office or services? Contact us at 808.382.6853.