Located in Pioneer
Plaza on Fort Street
Mall, Allison-Ide Structural Engineers LLC has been in business for the
past 27 years. Originally a local consulting firm, they are not only one of
the leading structural engineering firms here in Hawaii, but they have now
expanded their geographic scope to include major projects on the mainland
USA, South America, Europe, and Asia.
Since inception, Allison-Ide has completed an average of 150 projects per
The company's first commercial project was the Hawaii Medical Service
Association (HMSA) building, which was completed in 1982. One of their most
recent commercial projects completed to date is the Hawaiki Tower
on Piikoi street,
completed on 1999. The Hawaiki
Tower is known
locally as being the headquarters of Channel 2 News.
John S. Allison and Brian M. Ide head Allison-Ide Structural Engineers.
Each of them has more than twenty years of experience in the structural
engineering business. Although a relatively small company with only nine
employees operating within three levels of management, they nevertheless
strive to work as a team regardless of title or stature. This is one of the
aspects that this company is known for, or a part of its embedded