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On Saturday, September 13th Architects Hawaii Ltd joined in the celebration of The St. Andrew’s School dedication of their new Art Studio that was completed as an Architects Hawaii 1% Project. Architects Hawaii and our 1% project team brought new life to storage space/old shower rooms and created a new space for art instruction for the… Keep Reading
Studio 3 Build Your Own Burger Bar did not disappoint with burgers, chips and root beer floats. Employees enjoyed an array of toppings and built their burgers high. Aloha United Way Studio Meal Day 3 capped off a hugely successful week of meals for a great cause.
AHL went south of the boarder for Taco Tuesday to raise money for Aloha United Way. Studio 2 served up such favorites as tacos, beans and rice, chips and salsa, and guacamole to name a few. The fiesta continued with a photo booth, martinets and a piñata all to raise money for Aloha United Way. Muy excelente!
(September 16, 2014, by Rosemarie Bernardo – Honolulu Star-Advertiser) The social services nonprofit intends to seek proposals for much-needed renovations. Palama Settlement is looking into redeveloping its 6.2- acre campus that has long served the Kalihi-Palama community. Brian Takahashi of Architects Hawaii Ltd., a firm that has worked with Palama Settlement in the planning stages, said… Keep Reading
(Aug 25, 2014, Duane Shimogawa-Pacific Business News) A San Francisco-based developer plans to begin construction this week on Kalakaua Garden, a long-planned, 17-story senior-living facility on Kalakaua Avenue near the Hawaii Convention Center, the general contractor for the project told PBN on Monday. Island Paradise Investments, which originally planned to build a residential condominium on the site… Keep Reading
(Aug. 17, 2014, Mariel Moriwake-Star Advertiser) Reinventing residential environments will help active seniors live gracefully Do you ever ask yourself how you want to live as you age? The world’s population is aging, and by 2050 there will be more seniors than there are infants in the world. Here in Hawaii, we rank first in… Keep Reading