In 1994, Fischer launched operations in Hawaii and have been bringing quality ever since. Fischer’s largest single project ever stands, not in Sacramento, but in Honolulu where a 15-man team installed almost five acres of tile and slate in Hawaii’s massive 1.1 million square foot convention center. The center includes a 200,000 square feet exhibition hall, 51 meeting rooms, a 36,000 square foot ballroom, and a grand exterior staircase leading down to a waterfront promenade. All of which is surrounded by six acres of lushly landscaped grounds. Heading the company’s Hawaii operations is Gary Fischer, Jay’s younger brother, who calls the center “a showcase job, one of the most beautiful convention centers you’ll ever see.” Another Honolulu project includes interior stone, marble, and tile work in a 46 story luxury condominium tower, Hawaiki. Even more recently, the Hawaii Division took on an huge renovation and expansion project at the University of Hawaii Campus Center, which included interior and exterior applications; including large irregular pattern natural quartz stone floors, Corian shower enclosures and counters, terrazzo stairs, and tile throughout. These projects clearly display Fischer Tile’s craftsmanship and dedication to quality.