Roy Tsutsui, PE


Title: Vice President / Department Manager, Construction Management
With RMTC Since: 1975
Education: M.S., Civil/Environmental Engineering, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1975
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1973
Active Registration: 1991 – Civil Engineer – Guam
1990 – Civil Engineer – Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
1977 – Civil Engineer – Hawaii
Professional Experience: Mr. Tsutsui, employee of RMTC since 1975, has played a major role in the master planning, design, and construction management of many of the firm’s largest and most challenging projects. In the 1990s, he was involved in the planning, design, and construction of major developments on Oahu including Ewa Villages, West Loch, and the Villages of Kapolei, as well as solid waste facilities and wastewater treatments plants throughout the state. Mr. Tsutsui has served clients from all levels of government, as well as many of Hawaii’s private landowners and developers.

In 2002, Mr. Tsutsui became manager of the firm’s Construction Management Department. In the years prior, he oversaw the firm’s Engineering, Planning, and Environmental practices. Today he serves as Construction Manager on all of the firm’s Construction Management assignments and Program Manager on multi-disciplinary contracts involving the planning and design of many, concurrent initiatives.