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Greening Measures for Hawaii's Heritage Homes - Session 1
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Historic Hawai‘i Foundation & AIA Honolulu presents Greening Measures for Hawaii’s Heritage Homes

When: Monday, April 9, 2018
5:30 PM
Where: AIA Honolulu Center for Architecture
828 Fort Street Mall
Suite 100
Honolulu, Hawaii  96813
United States
Contact: Andrea Nandoskar, HHF

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Historic Hawai‘i Foundation & AIA Honolulu presents

Greening Measures for Hawaii’s Heritage Homes


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Historic Hawaii Foundation, in partnership with the Honolulu Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA Honolulu), has developed this five -course workshop series to provide information, knowledge and tools to help historic homeowners reduce their homes’ carbon footprint while retaining the properties’ historic integrity. Read more about each session online.

The series will encourage maintenance of historic properties through the lens of sustainability in order to provide affordable and accessible sustainability tools and techniques to incorporate into preservation maintenance plans. Areas covered include an overview of preservation & sustainability, water, energy, windows and landscape. View Event Flyer.

What makes your historic home unique & sustainable measures to green it.

  • Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, Kiersten Faulkner, AICP, Executive Director
  • US Green Building Council Hawai‘i, Melanie Islam, D. Arch, AIA, NCARB, CDT, LEED AP BD+C, Hawai‘i Market Advisory Leadership Board Chair
  • Historic Homeowners, Pat & Edward Chung

Become familiar with architectural elements and rehabilitation standards for the treatment of historic properties. Receive an overview of green measures to conserve resources and reduce carbon footprint noting benefits to homeowners and larger community. Historic homeowners will share examples of green initiatives they’ve incorporated on their property.

Upcoming Monday Workshops:

  • April 23 - Class 2: WATER: Water conservation, storm water management and on-site water reuse
  • May 7 - Class 3: ENERGY: Renewable energy, conservation, solar, wind, lighting, appliances, energy incentives and your historic home
  • May 21 - Class 4: WINDOWS: Sustainability measures to maintain/restore your historic windows
  • June 4 - Class 5: LANDSCAPE: Creating a sustainable & culturally-sensitive landscape

Cost:  $25 per session; $100 for the series (Attend one, several or all of the sessions.)

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