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  • 30th Jun

    design. perspectives.
    The Journey Bet...

    design. perspectives.

    design. perspectives. is a recurring segment from Architects Hawaii’s architects and designers on today’s topics in the A/E/C industry. Today’s issue features Chairman and Principal, David Miller, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP on the Journey Between Destinations. I grew up in New York City and walked to school starting in kindergarten and then graduated to buses, bikes… Keep Reading

  • 31st Mar

    AHL Honored as one of PBN’s Best Pla...

    Announcements

    Architects Hawaii Ltd was honored by Pacific Business News as one of the 2015 Best Places to Work. Selection was based on anonymously employee surveys, as well as AHL company benefits, policies and offerings. Each studio sent representation to the awards ceremony held on Friday, March 27th at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.

  • 29th Jan

    design. perspectives.
    Greenbuild 201...

    design. perspectives.

    design. perspectives. is a recurring segment from Architects Hawaii’s architects and designers on today’s hot topics in the A/E/C industry. Today’s issue features Designer/Drafter, Rebecca Weatherford, LEED AP BD+C, Assoc. AIA, and her experiences at Greenbuild 2014 in New Orleans.

  • 30th Jun

    AHL ranked #1 Architectural Firm on Oahu b...

    Posted June 30, 2015

    Architects Hawaii Ltd has been ranked the #1 Architecture Firm – ‘Oahu by Pacific Business News for 2015. The list is ranked by 2014 Hawaii Architectural Billings and is published each year. AHL has been ranked #1 for four out of the last five years. Of the 23 years the list has been published, AHL has been ranked… Keep Reading

  • 29th Apr

    Ground broken for new Joint Traffic Manage...

    Posted April 29, 2015

    (May 13, 2015, KHON2) The City and County of Honolulu broke ground Wednesday for a new Joint Traffic Management Center. The three-story facility will be located at the mauka corner of King and Alapai streets, next to the Alapai Transit Center. The city Department of Transportation Services is building the $53.6 million JTMC with $30.2… Keep Reading

  • 13th Apr

    AHL’s “Live Work Play AieaR...

    Posted April 13, 2015

    (April 10, 2015, Duane Shimogawa Pacific Business News) Robertson Properties Group, which is developing the $767 million, 14-acre mixed-use “Live Work Play Aiea” project near Pearlridge Center on Oahu, has submitted off-site drawings to the City and County of Honolulu for review, another step ahead in the development’s process, the Los Angeles firm told PBN. Robertson Properties also… Keep Reading

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