Islander on the Beach complex:


Niihau Building work scheduled March 8th, 2021 for about a week:

Aloha Owners & Agents,

Hope everyone is doing well😊

I spoke with the contractor Scott Hansen, who will be doing the repairs on Niihau Building. Scott will be starting these repairs on Monday March 8, 2021 weather permitting.

Niihau Building repairs, in order consist of:

-replacing the fascia & gutter on the 45 stack end

-paint beam on the 45 stack end

-adding mid-span support to the existing north end railings for 2nd and 3rd floor

-touch up rusty areas on railings to the 2nd and 3rd floor railings


On March 8th for about a week, weather permitting & depending on the severity of the damage - the stairway on the 45 stack end will be closed for safety reasons. The stairway on the 54 stack will be open.

Noise: (Construction times are: MON through FRI 9:00am – 5:00pm)

hammering, grinding.

Bike Path (updated 3/10/21):

The Board continues to work with the County of Kauai on the bike path planning from the proposed easement between the Islander on the Beach and Kauai Shores to potential privacy fences and landscaping and will take the place of the current walkway which wraps around to the front of the complex between the two oceanfront buildings (Kauai and Ni'ihua) and the ocean. The work is in the final planning and design stages, with tentative project start date of 3/28/22 and will last 2 months and could be shorter or longer, dependent on weather, permitting, etc. No firm timetable as to when they will start this project but this is a notice to put all guests on alert, just in case. As soon as I know an exact start date, I will update this section.

Kauai Kailani complex:


From Board member: the shoreline at KK has been further damaged from erosion after the portion at the north end of the temporary shoreline protection feature had begun coming loose after a severe storm sometime around Christmas.

The section did eventually detach which over the past weeks has resulted in loss of several more feet of KK property behind it. At the request of the AOUO, management erected a safety fence to keep people away from the edge and are putting in sandbags. It will likely be a few weeks before the state issues a new permit with which to begin repair.

As yet it doesn't affect use of the pool or access to the beach on Waipouli, but we may wanted to let you know there has been storm damage at the property. Once we have a start date for repair work I'll let you know so guests may be notified of that as well.

Kauai Beach Villas Complex (note, our E building will not be affected):

Building G and H Exterior Lanai and Stairwell Repair Notice

Kauai Beach Villas will be performing an exterior lanai and stairwell repair project on Buildings G and H. The project is expected to begin in April 2021 and will take 12 months to complete. Attached is the overall projected schedule for the Building G and H project. The project will begin on Building G. Once the work is completed at building G, the work will then proceed to building H.

The scope of work to be performed on the lanais at buildings G and H are as follows:

Lanais and Stairwells

Concrete Spall Repair

Post Tension Cable Repair

Lanai and Stairwell Waterproofing Installation

Lanai Railing Replacement

Painting of All Lanai and Stairwell Surfaces

Painting of Roof Soffit on Entire Building

The work will be performed from the exterior of the building by means of scaffolding systems that will be built on the ground and extend up to the third- floor lanais. The scaffolding will be positioned directly in front of the unit lanais at the impacted unit stacks for the duration of the work being performed at those selected units.

During the project, there will be periodic loud jackhammering, grinding and sand blasting noises during work hours. To assist with noise reduction, please keep your windows and doors closed during work hours.