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Island Architect Weekly - Tuesday, Augst 15, 2017

Posted By Camilla Nicholas, Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

In Remembrance

Aloha Mr. Frank Haines, FAIA ME

It is with sad hearts we inform you that longtime AIA Honolulu member and past president, Frank Haines, FAIA ME, age 96, passed away on Thursday, August 10, 2017.

Mr. Haines was born in Bethlehem, PA and raised in Stanford, CT. He studied architecture at Princeton University, served in the Navy during WWII, and finished his schooling with a master's degree in architecture from MIT upon his return.

He was first introduced to Hawaii through the military but was invited back by Cyril "Cy" Lemmon, founder of Architects Hawaii (AHL), to work for him at Lemmon Architect, which got started out of his garage. Mr. Haines career in Hawaii architecture spanned six decades and he was one of the founders of modern architecture in the State. He became the president, and later chairman, of AHL, a professor at the UH Manoa School of Architecture, and the author of two books on Hawaii architecture.

Mr. Haines was an active member of AIA Honolulu since 1953 and in 1960 he became the Chapter president.  Due to his interest of historic buildings he co-founded our popular Saturday walking tour over 56 years ago, and still led them at a fast clip, up until his death. In 2015 the Historic Hawai‘i Foundations gave Mr. Haines the prestigious Preservation Commendation Award for this walking tour.

It was a true honor to have met and known Mr. Haines and he will be missed dearly by our AIA Honolulu members. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Mr. Haines is survived by two of his three children. His wife and a daughter preceded him in death. Services are pending, and we will notify you when more information is available.

View Frank Haines, FAIA ME on KITV's MVP section on Honolulu's architectural "SAGE" aired March 12, 2016

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Join Us for our Design Awards Gala Celebration - Saturday Sep, 16!

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When/Where: Saturday, Sep. 16, 5pm-9pm at the IBM Building Courtyard, 1240 Ala Moana Blvd

The event begins at 5pm, when you can join us for cocktails, heavy pupu’s, live music and socializing with friends and colleagues, and of course the Awards Program featuring our 2017 Winners presenting their distinguished project stories! (Please note: There will be no sit down dinner at this years awards ceremony)

Tickets: $95.00/person for AIA Honolulu Members & Guests. $30.00/person for Students

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AIA/HAF Gordon W. Bradley Humanitarian Award

Gordon Bradley Humanitarian Award

Nomination Deadline September 15

In recognition of architect Gordon W. Bradley, AIA’s rare and wonderful personality and immense love for life, AIA Honolulu and the Hawaii Architectural Foundation are proud to announce that nominations for the 2017 Gordon Bradley Humanitarian Award are now being accepted!

This award was originally created to perpetuate Gordon Bradley’s special spirit by acknowledging architects who, through their profession, have exemplified this giving attitude. Thus, the “AIA/HAF Gordon W. Bradley Humanitarian Award” is intended to acknowledge a person who has given his or her time and energy to benefit society. View our 2017 Call for Nominations.

Deadline Sep. 15: All nominations must be submitted to AIA Honolulu by end of day on Friday, September 15. Review our nomination information today and email submissions to Abigail Spencer Mundell, EVP, AIA Honolulu

AIA Hawaii State Council

Sep 8: Attend "Legislature 101" with the AIA HSC

Discover the Public's Power in the Legislative Process!

Register Online Today! (Please register for planning purposes).

When/Where: Friday, Sep. 8, 12pm-1pm, Center for Architecture

Presenter: Keanu Young, Public Access Room’s Assistant Coordinator

Join the AIA Hawaii State Council (HSC) for an important and information presentation from Public Access Room (PAR) about the things you need to know related to Legislature in Hawaii.  The flexible nature of this free workshop provides a useful start for newcomers, as well as new information and inspiration for veterans of the legislative process.

Cost:  FREE to AIA Members and Non-Members

AIA Honolulu Programs

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING (1 HSW)
Aug 17: Talk Story with the Mayor - Moderated by Howard Dicus, Hawaii News Now

Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 16, 10am.

Register Online!  Attend our next GMM on Thursday, August 17 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Center for Architecture. View Event Flyer!

Topic: Talk Story with the Mayor:  An Update on the City and County of Honolulu

Guest Speaker: The Honorable Kirk Caldwell, Mayor City and County of Honolulu

Cost - Lunch will be provided
$20 for AIA Honolulu Members (must log in with username/password for member rate)
$35 for Non-Members

Go-To-Meeting available for our neighbor island friends and those who simply can't attend in person.

UPCOMING GMMS:
Sep 21: The ArtSpace Housing Project
Oct: No GMM as we prep for the PBT Expo! See you there!
Nov & Dec: Stay tuned for more info!


Aug 22: AIA/GCA Meeting "The Contractor’s Point of View"

Register Online!  Attend the second session f our 3-Part AIA/GCA Series! The Life of a Drawing – From Napkin Sketch to As-Built and Everything In-between: The Construction Bidding Process: The Contractor’s Point of View

When/Where: Tuesday, August 22, 11:30am-1pm, Center for Architecture (brown bag session).

Construction drawings and specs are complete, they are distributed to the contractors, now what happens?

In our last meeting, the panel discussed planning, programming and the design process. Join us at our next meeting to find out the process contractors go through as they take those drawings and prepare a bid proposal.

We will hear from a panel of experts as they take us through preconstruction, bid preparation, estimating, and ultimately bid proposal submission.  

Cost: $10 for AIA Honolulu & GCA members and $20 for non-members.


Aug 23: Emerging Professionals Committee

RSVP Online Today! Any AIA Honolulu member interested in learning more about or joining the new Emerging Professionals Committee is invited to attend. Bring your own lunch.

When/Where: Wednesday, August 23, 12pm-1pm, Center for Architecture

This new committee will be the umbrella for all programs geared toward emerging professionals, including but not limited to: Mentorship Program, Young Architects Forum and the Architectural Exam Prep (ARE Prep).

At this kick-off meeting we will talk specifically about the important role this new committee will play in serving all of our emerging professionals.  This committee is not specific to associate members, but open to anyone in the earlier stages of his or her career.


Aug 30: Attend CANstruction Hawaii FoodBank Tour at 11:30am

RSVP Online Today!

When/Where: Wednesday, Aug. 30, 11:30am-1:00pm, Hawaii Foodbank

This tour is open to all 2017 CANstruction Team Captains/Firm Leaders, and members interested in participating next year.

If you have not been on the Foodbank tour please consider joining our group touring the Foodbank facility!  If you have been on the tour in the past, please consider joining us again to see what's new!  The tour is well-worthwhile to see where the donations and donated food goes to, how it is stored, how it is organized, and how the food is distributed throughout our island for the communities in need.”

Registration Deadline: Friday, August 25, 2017

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Associate AIA News

Aug 17: Attend ARE Prep Session "Project Planning & Design" (1 HSW)

Register Online!

When/Where: Thursday, Aug 17, 5:30-7pm, Center for Architecture.

We will cover ARE 5.0 Project Planning & Design (PPD) which corresponds to portions of the ARE 4.0 exams of Building Design & Construction Systems (BDCS), Structural Systems (SS), Building Systems (BS), and Schematic Design (SD).  We will also review the ARE 4.0 BDCS vignettes for any 4.0 exam takers in attendance.Presenter: Jason DeMarco, AIA, LEED BD+C, Project Architect, WRNS STUDIO

Cost: $10/AIA/AIAS members & $20/non-members.

Neighbor Islands! If interested to attend via Go-To-Meeting please choose that option when registering.

AIA Honolulu Job Board

One New Job Just Listed on our Job Board

Jobs are posted for 1 month. Posting fee: $25/members, $40/non-members.

AIA National Updates

Submit Your Project to the AIA Innovation Awards

Sponsored by the Technology in Practice Knowledge Community, this program recognizes the exemplary use and implementation of innovative technologies and progressive practices among architects and designers, their collaborators, and their clients, in support of the design, delivery and operation of buildings or research in practice and academia.
•    Deadline: August 21, 5pm EST
•    Learn more


Call for Submissions: 2017 AIA Upjohn Research Initiative Grants

The Upjohn program funds up to six research grants of $15,000-$30,000 per recipient each year for projects completed in 6-18 months. Proposals should address the value of design, practice issues, or novel materials and methods of construction. The research should relate to architectural knowledge that can readily be applied within the discipline.
•    Deadline to submit proposal: September 1, 11:59pm PST
•    Submit here

Upcoming Events in the Community

Sep 14 & 15: USGBC Hawaii Workshops at the Center for Architecture

September 14, 9am-4:30pm: LEED Green Associate Exam Prep
Register Online! (AIA members will receive the USGBC member rate) Get ready for the LEED Green Associate Exam hosted by USGBC Hawaii.  The class will cover the basics of green building, USGBC and GBCI, and the intent and requirements of every credit toward LEED BD+C certification. No prior knowledge of LEED is required to attend the class.

September 15, 8am-12pm: LEED Project Management
Register Online!  (AIA members will receive the USGBC member rate) Successfully managing the LEED documentation process requires specific knowledge, tools and skills. Hosted by USGBC Hawaii, this half-day workshop led by instructor John Bendon is based off of the LEED Project Management course.  It's designed for professionals who are somewhat familiar with the LEED rating system, but who are looking to go beyond the basics to gain a deeper understanding of the unique processes involved with managing a LEED project, including documenting several of the most common credits from start to finish.


Sep. 20-22: 2017 Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials Conference

Register Online! The City & County of Honolulu Department of Planning & Permitting invites you to the 2017 Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials Conference, September 20 – 22, 2017 at the Alohilani Resort Waikiki.

Hawaii is home to the most isolated metropolis in the world, Honolulu, and, just like any other community, we depend on our neighbors, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and Hawaii for social, economic, and cultural support. Isolation, and the conditions associated with it, breeds a unique set of circumstances across our island chain. Public, private, nonprofit, activist, neighbor island and volunteer groups must continue to work together. Developing stronger partnerships with our neighbors is paramount to the success of the Hawaiian Islands.

For question or sponsorship opportunities email prc@hawaiibiz.rr.come or call (808) 864-9812.


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Questions?
Email Camilla Nicholas, AIA Honolulu or call (808) 628-7245.

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