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Taking Pride in Our Work

The Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor trusted The Zelinsky Company to restore the Ford Island Field Control Tower. The tower was the site of the operations center that broadcast the alert of the Japanese air raid in December, 1941. It had fallen into disrepair. The familiar red and white paint scheme first appeared in the 1960s and was featured in the films Tora! Tora! Tora! and Pearl Harbor. This is just one of the many projects that Zelinsky was entrusted with. Below you can see some of the other works Zelinsky has worked on.

US NAVAL PEARL HARBOR CONTROL TOWER

TURTLE BAY RESORT SUITE

TURTLE BAY RESORT SUITE

QUAD B SCHOFIELD BARRACKS

NOBU AT WAIEA TOWER

FOUR SEASONS KOELE SUITE