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Rod Hadrian and Julio Nicolas arriving at the Kona Airport Nov. 2nd, 2009

Rod Hadrian and Julio Nicolas arriving at the Kona Airport Nov. 2nd, 2009

Dave and Sherry Pettus with Rod and Julio at the Kona Airport Nov. 2nd, 2009 Dave and Sherry are the owners, also not present are Jim and Terri Snugg also owners of the Hi'ilani Home.

Dave and Sherry Pettus with Rod and Julio at the Kona Airport Nov. 2nd, 2009 Dave and Sherry are the owners, also not present are Jim and Terri Snugg also owners of the Hi'ilani Home.

In this photo left to right are Julio Nicolas, lead man for Hadrian Tridipanel Systems, Robert Mechielsen the designer and architect, Rod Hadrian Sr. owner of Hadrian Tridipanel Systems and the builder of this project, Ty Drake the structural engineer, Ty has worked and engineered many Tridipanel projects in California and lives in a Tridipanel home in Half Moon Bay, California, Mike Krochina the engineer not shown in this photo is the engineer of record and from Kona, Hawaii.

In this photo left to right are Julio Nicolas, lead man for Hadrian Tridipanel Systems, Robert Mechielsen the designer and architect, Rod Hadrian Sr. owner of Hadrian Tridipanel Systems and the builder of this project, Ty Drake the structural engineer, Ty has worked and engineered many Tridipanel projects in California and lives in a Tridipanel home in Half Moon Bay, California, Mike Krochina the engineer not shown in this photo is the engineer of record and from Kona, Hawaii.

Rod Hadrian Sr. and Rod Hadrian Jr. under roof #3.

Rod Hadrian Sr. and Rod Hadrian Jr. under roof #3.

Rod Hadrian Sr. and Rod Jr. under roof #3, this part of the roof #3 cantilevers out approximately fifteen feet, the underside is all glass windows to pick up the spectacular view, all shoring will be removed after the concrete beams and columns are poured.

Rod Hadrian Sr. and Rod Jr. under roof #3, this part of the roof #3 cantilevers out approximately fifteen feet, the underside is all glass windows to pick up the spectacular view, all shoring will be removed after the concrete beams and columns are poured.

Robert Mechielsen and Ty Drake going over details of the Hi'ilani project in our office located just off site, notice the model just above the computer screen.

Robert Mechielsen and Ty Drake going over details of the Hi'ilani project in our office located just off site, notice the model just above the computer screen.

In the back is Robert Mechielsen, left to right Julio Nicolas, Ada a local businesswoman and good friend of the owners, Rod Hadrian Sr. and Rod Hadrian Jr.; we had a special Thanksgiving dinner at the Pettus's home.

In the back is Robert Mechielsen, left to right Julio Nicolas, Ada a local businesswoman and good friend of the owners, Rod Hadrian Sr. and Rod Hadrian Jr.; we had a special Thanksgiving dinner at the Pettus's home.

Julio Nicolas and Rod Hadrian Jr. standing under roof #3. Rod owns his own building company H & B Builders, Inc. located in Vista, Ca. Due to the extreme difficulty of this project I requested his help, also when we apply the cement on the Tridipanels Rod's older brother William Hadrian will be in charge of those operations.  Photos of him will be shown at a later date.

Julio Nicolas and Rod Hadrian Jr. standing under roof #3. Rod owns his own building company H & B Builders, Inc. located in Vista, Ca. Due to the extreme difficulty of this project I requested his help, also when we apply the cement on the Tridipanels Rod's older brother William Hadrian will be in charge of those operations. Photos of him will be shown at a later date.

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