Mr. Yasumoto has been part of AHL since 1979 and became a Principal in 1982. He is responsible for overseeing residential, justice facilities, light industrial, and mixed-use projects. His designs have achieved local and national recognition from the American Institute of Architects, the U.S. Navy, the Building Industry Association, the Pacific Coast Builders Conference and the National AIA Committee on Architecture for Justice.
Mr. Yasumoto’ projects include the Ronald T.Y. Moon Judiciary Complex, Kapolei Regional Police Station, University of Hawaii’s Hawaii Hall Renovation, Keoneula Elementary School and Pomaikai Elementary School, Kaiulani of Princeville luxury condominium residences, and the Middle Street and Pearl City Bus Facilities. He is a member of the Japan America Society. Mr. Yasumoto received his Bachelor in Architecture from the University of Oregon and is licensed in Hawaii.