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Architects Hawaii Limited has been recognized for the innovative design and functionality of the renovated AHL Ohana Room. The renovation created a more user-friendly space that can be utilized for presentations and charrettes for employees, vendors, and community groups alike. The AHL Ohana Room renovation received the AIA Honolulu – Honorable Mention for Imaginative Spatial Organization award and the ASID… Keep Reading
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
Architects Hawaii Ltd was honored by Hawaii Business Magazine 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.
(August 10, 2015 Building Design + Construction) – This is an excerpt from the article. Find the complete article at the Building Design + Construction website The drugstore chain Walgreens isn’t exactly known for innovative store design. But the Illinois-based retailer may not be getting its just due for its willingness to alter its standard format to respect history.… Keep Reading
(July 31, 2015 Pacific Business News) – This is an excerpt from the article. Find the complete article at Pacific Business News The six business executives who gathered for a PBN-hosted roundtable earlier this month have two things in common: They are successful in what they do, and they are women. For nearly two hours, they talked… Keep Reading
(July 27, 2015, Lorin Eleni Gill, Pacific Business News) The American Cancer Society has broken ground on the Clarence T.C. Ching Hope Lodge, a lodging facility for cancer patients in Hawaii who come to Honolulu for treatment. The nonprofit is still $3 million from its $13.5 million capital campaign goal for the 19-bedroom facility on… Keep Reading