Pacific International Inc. was founded by Jerry Kramer in 1976 in Majuro, Marshall Islands. It is a corporation whose stock is held by the Kramer family: Jerry and Mercy Kramer, and their children.
PII’s first project was the finance and construction of Tobolar Copra Processing Plant. Since this first project, PII has been involved in numerous construction projects which have included construction projects for the Republic of the Marshall Islands Government, the U.S. Federal Government, US Navy, US Army Corps of Engineers and for the private sector. Examples of some of our more notable projects include:
- Design and Construction of the Republic of the Marshall Islands Capitol Building complex.
- Construction of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (Majuro) Weather Station.
- Construction of the Majuro Airport Hanger Facility.
- Design and Construction of the Republic of the Marshall Islands Convention Center.
- Design and construction of the 150 room Marshall Islands Resort.
- Construction of 100 room military housing facility at Kwajalein Island.
- Design, construction and rehabilitation of Rongelap Atoll including airfield, circumferential paved road, terminal building, power plant, desalination project, houses, warehouses, wharf, dock, field station.
- Design and construction of the 72 unit staff housing for Daichi Hotel in Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
- Construction of numerous Schools scattered throughout the Marshall Islands.
- Road Pavement.
- Design and construction of the U.S Embassy (Majuro) including security upgrades.
The company pioneered domestic airline service and private shipping services to the remote outer islands of the Marshall’s. The company and our directors contribute time and money to assist the country and its inhabitants in charitable and social programs for the benefit of the community.
Today, PII has grown into an international firm based in Majuro and has operations in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (Saipan), Guam, and Federated States of Micronesia (FSM).
The growth and capacity of PII in being technically and financially competent has enhanced its leadership in securing and completing for sophisticated contracting work in the Marshall Islands. The company’s ability to compete with foreign contractors has assured employment for its majority local Marshallese citizen employees. By keeping the labor dollars in the country, the economy of the Marshall Islands is positively impacted.