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Hawaii’s HPM Building Supply Celebrates 100th Anniversary

HPM Building Supply, Hawaii’s local, family-founded building industry retailer, manufacturer and supplier is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2021. The company has survived two tsunamis, each time rebuilding and reestablishing itself.

“HPM is grateful for the support of generations of customers who have chosen HPM as their main source for building supply materials over the last century,” says Jason Fujimoto, HPM Building Supply’s president and CEO. “We look forward to continuing to grow and innovate our business to help others build and live better.”

After five generations and a century in business, HPM is now a statewide organization, with branches and services on every major Hawaiian Island and 14 locations across the state, including four acquired during a merger with Miyake Concrete Accessories. HPM is also 100 percent employee-owned by their more than 400 owner-employees, who share in the company’s success.

HPM credits the support of their community with helping reach their centennial milestone. To show appreciation, and in honor of the centennial year, HPM is increasing their community involvement. Their celebration includes a commitment to accomplish 100 community acts of service, centennial-related benefits and activities to thank professional partners and customers. The celebration will also include statewide giveaways, including $20,000 of building materials from HPM for a lucky winner to use towards a home project of their choice.

In 2017, Hardware Retailing profiled HPM Building Supply about their approach to teamwork and how that commitment to team unity has empowered the business.

Learn more about HPM Building Supply’s 100-year history of helping Hawaii build and live better here.

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