In this guide, we will show you how to create a new commercial project using the Honolulu Commercial Projects (HCPA) process.
If you have never used HCPA before, we strongly suggest that you begin with a brief overview of the process, and then explore the project as we go.
For the purposes of this guide we will use the HCPA Process for: 1.
Creating a new business 2.
Creating new clients 3.
Creating projects that include a new location, a new marketing plan, and a new revenue stream.
For this guide you will need: a. a working knowledge of the HCPRP Process for the following: 1) the HCP process 2) the process to create projects that have a revenue source 3) the revenue source to fund the project 4) the project manager’s role 5) the marketing plan 6) a working understanding of the project’s mission and scope 7) the location where the project is located.
You should be able to create project reports, budgeting plans, and other materials that are needed for the project.
You should also have a working awareness of the steps needed to complete the project and meet the project requirements.
You will need to provide the project to the project project manager and to the HCPCP project manager.
The HCPCS project manager is responsible for scheduling the project, managing all of the projects and projects that are connected with the project (e.g., the project team), and supervising the project management team.
For more information on the HCPUP Process, please see our previous guide, HCPUPs “Walk Through”.
The HCPA process involves hiring a project manager (the project manager), the project coordinator (the manager), and the project supervisor (the supervisor).
The project manager, the project director, and the director of marketing are responsible for overseeing the project from the project point of view.
If you are a project or commercial project manager looking to hire an experienced project manager who is familiar with the HCPG process, please contact our project project coordinator, Michael F. Healy, at [email protected]
For further information on HCPA, please read our HCPUPS “Walk-Through”.
For more HCPA resources, please visit our HCPG resource center.
For additional information on commercial projects that require more than one location, please refer to our Commercial Projects Resource Center.
Please note: All projects that incorporate a new property and/or location (e .g., in Honolulu) are subject to the provisions of the HCO.
Please refer to the HCCP project guidelines for additional details.
For additional information, please consult the HCPEP “Walk through”.
Read more about commercial projects on the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) website.