HCI Mission Statement

HCI provides opportunities for offenders to acquire real life work skills and good habits through businesses that produce quality products and services for our customers.




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Our Install crews can help with any installation, cleanup, moving, or light contracting work.

Metal Assembly and Fabrication

We are able to partner with different agencies to provide assembly of metal products and light fabrication if needed.

Furniture and Wood Products

Weather you need a simple office chair or are redoing an entire floor HCI can provide a solution on time and within budget to make your project a success.


Come on down to our new showroom on 801 Dillingham Blvd in Honolulu to see all of the latest HCI has to offer.

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One Stop Many Solutions

HCI is a one stop solution for providing services and products to many agencies around the state.


HCI CoreValues:


KULEANA— Responsibility.
We accept our responsibilities, and we will be held accountable.
MĀLAMA— Stewardship.
Serve, honor, protect, and care for resources; maintain fiduciary responsibility.
KŪLIA I KA NU‘U— Achievement.
We pursue excellence in all we do. Strive to reach the summit.
KA LĀ HIKI OLA— Optimism.
We think positively.
HO‘OMAU— Perseverance.



Our Sales Office and Showroom located in Downtown Honolulu at 801 Dillingham Blvd. Please feel free to call us for an appointment or just stop in!!

KITV--Halawa Shops Story

KHON Hawaii Correctional Industries Story




It was an honor and privilege to be able to sign SB2630, which will allow HCI to sell inmate-made products and services on the open market to the general public. Not only will this bill help the program to be self-sustaining, it will also give individuals in the program a source of income to help meet their financial obligations while incarcerated.


The first factor in efficiency is the food the program produces for its own institutional food-service system. The food produced by the agribusiness program, by inmates for inmates, using PSD facilities, reduces PSD'’s need to purchase food from outside vendors. We use as much of its own fresh produce in its food-service system as possible.

The agribusiness program maintains its own distribution system, which we hope will extend to all the correctional facilities in the state. Where appropriate, the program can maximize what is grown at any one site and distribute it throughout the entire system. When the program produces significantly more than what the inmate population will consume, the surplus can be delivered to nonprofit organizations, and other state-owned facilities.

Agribusiness crops and seasonability


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