Darcey Builders bids aloha with auction

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Darcey Builders, a leader in the Hawaii construction industry, will be closing its doors this weekend after nearly 40 years in business.

Darcey  Builders was founded in 1974 by Hal Darcey.   Darcey Builders became one Hawaii's top construction, cabinetry companies.

Hal Darcey now retired is a long time Rotarian that spearheaded many philanthropic endeavors, his son Mike Darcey has since taken over the business, as of 2000. One of the reasons for the decision from Mike Darcey, "The influx of products from a foreign market increased competitiveness in the marketplace."

"It was time to realize that the economy and the industry will continue to face difficult times and we needed to make some hard decisions." Mike Darcey

Mike Darcey still remains hopeful that the economy will one day turn around and he will be back. Darcey Builders will be auctioning its entire inventory on Saturday April 21st 10am.

Some of the items that will be at auction are flatbed trucks, vans, routers, sanders, saws, drills, generators, compressors, constructions materials, portable office trailer, ladders, forklift,  office equipment and much more.

For more information on the auction visit www.joeteipel.com or call 538-1961

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