We at MOKULUA HPB pride ourselves in providing you with quality, personal service from the first consultation to the last finishing touches. Your home means just as much to our ‘ohana as it does to yours, so take some time get to know our highly skilled and passionate team.
DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING & HR
Joleen has been with Mokulua since inception as manager of all things admin, more formally, Director of Accounting and HR. She keeps the lights on, the wheels moving and the Aloha flowing!
Chris came to Mokulua as a carpenter in 2010, taking an interest in the administrative side of the business, he switched roles in 2012 as a Project Manager. With a background in finance, he has mastered the art of value engineering and has plenty of adoring clients to show for it.
RME & GENERAL MANAGER - MASONRY
Nathan was the inspiration behind Mokulua Masonry, a branch of Mokulua HPB. Sporting over 30 years experience, there's not much he hasn't done, having a particular knack for artistic masonry finishing.
Barry brought his expertise to Mokulua in 2010 as a lead finish carpenter and foreman, quickly finding a role as a project super. He continues to grow Mokulua as a leader in finish quality and craftsmanship.
Principle RME & Project Manager
MCGP | CGV | GMB | LEED AP HOmes, Green Rater & QAD | HERS Rater
Mike founded Mokulua in 2005, serving as Principle RME and Project Manager. He holds a number of green building credentials and strives to improve the qualify of life for all Mokulua's clients by providing a product built on the values of honesty, purpose and passion.
A TRIBUTE TO MIKE FINK ~ JANUARY 6, 1985 - AUGUST 31, 2013
Mike Fink was born and raised in Manchester, Connecticut, an avid outdoorsman and free spirit, he made his first trip to Hawaii visiting his sister and scoring a summer job as Mokulua Carpentry's first employee. Well before Mokulua HPB was established, he worked alongside Mike, learning the basics of carpentry and talking story about the environment and the similar interests they shared for green building. He returned to the mainland, attending Johnson State College in Vermont, graduating with a B.S. in Environmental Science.
Mike made another more permanent trek to Hawaii in 2011 and assumed his role as a carpenter yet again, this time under the banner of Mokulua HPB. A welcome asset to the Mokulua Ohana, Mike displayed a great work ethic, alongside his commitment and ongoing desire to learn and promote green building. He was a member of Brent's crew throughout the construction of the award winning LEED Platinum Home at Wa'ahila Ridge. Perhaps Mike's most impressive tool was his ever constant fun loving character that brought a positive spirit to any jobsite or get together. A passionate and amazing musician/guitar player, Mike's jam sessions took him all around town, whether at the Wall Ohana jamming with Barry, at a beach bbq, or any number of local restaurants, he was always sharing in the groove. Mike will forever be a part of the Mokulua Ohana and in the spirit of our work. Aloha Mike, we love you.