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 Banyan News in Brief

September 9, 2016

Fire System Upgrade.Ohana Control Systems (OCS) will start work in Tower 2 units on Monday, 9/12/16, beginning with the 36th and 35th floors. They need to replace the fire emergency system speaker in each unit with a new speaker that will be compatible with the new system. OCS expect work in most units to take about 15 minutes, with a few units, such as the 03, 13 and 14 units, taking longer.

Work is scheduled for the 36th floor between 9:00am and 1pm, and on the 35th floor between 1pm and 6pm. Work will proceed on two floors per day for the next three weeks.

Tower 2 unit schedule

August 5, 2016

Fire System Upgrade. Ohana Control Systems (OCS) has had to add the 37th floor, Tower 2, as a second pilot floor. 37-2 is typical of the majority of our residential floors, whereas 38-2, with its dropped ceiling, is not.

OCS will work in the 37-2 units on Wednesday, 8/10/16, through Friday, 8/12/16, following the same pattern they established on 38-2.

37th floor schedule

We expect OCS will have sufficient information after they complete 37-2 to provide us with a detailed schedule for the duration of the project.

Drain Line Replacement. We are approaching the end of the Tower 1 13-stack drain line replacement. Next week Maintenance will begin preliminary inspections of units in the 14-stack of Tower 2, preparatory to starting work on August 25.

T2, 14 stack schedule

The work should take about four months, with scheduled completion December 17. The final stack of corner units is the Tower 1 14-stack. Work is scheduled to start on that stack December 15.

Once the corner units have been completed, we will return to the interior stacks to complete the project by replacing the remaining original sanitary lines.

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Updated September 09 2016

Banyan Rentals

The Association does not rent apartments. The Association of Apartment Owners (AOAO) manages Waikiki Banyan’s common elements but we are not realtors and we have no information regarding rental or sales of Waikiki Banyan units. The Association has no contact person for such information.

However, if you contemplate renting online, we may be able to help you avoid being scammed by verifying the information you receive.

Check one of our in-house agents or the local media for information on available units.

Banyan Paid Parking

Effective February 1, 2015, paid parking available from Security at the garage entrance is $20 for 24 hours.

24-hour parking allows unlimited in and out and is available for both residents and non-residents. You pay when you drive into the garage.

Effective February 1, 2015, there is an overparking charge of $20 for every 24 hours, or any portion of that time, a car is parked past the expiration of its parking ticket. There is a lost ticket charge of $30. There are no refunds of paid parking charges.

Disaster Preparedness

The Association does not have the resources to provide supplies like flashlights and batteries to everyone in the building. Owners, agents and residents of Waikiki Banyan should think about maintaining their own kits of emergency supplies.

You can find advice on what to think about for your disaster preparedness kit at the state’s Civil Defense website and more detailed information at this DHS-affiliated website.