Wednesday, June 14
Improving the Performance of Historic and Existing Buildings to Save Energy and Money
Hawai'i Energy, US Green Building Council Hawai'i Chapter, Huper Optiks
The Chinatown Improvement District and Historic Hawaii Foundation are pleased to announce the historic preservation summer series for 2017.
The 3-part series provides information about methods, techniques and resources to preserve historic commercial buildings. The seminars provide practical, specific information on maintaining and rehabilitating historic structures, helping them to continue to provide benefits to the owners, the historic district and the greater community. The series also educates policy makers about problems and concerns building owners face and potential solutions.
The 2017 series will be held on the second Wednesday of the months of May, June and July from 12 – 1 p.m. at Lyon Associates, 45 No. King Street, 5th Floor. The one-hour classes are free and open to the public but space is limited so registration is encouraged.
Wednesday, July 12
Infrastructure: Electrical Capacity and Upgrades
Douglas Engineering Pacific, Inc.
2017 Summer Preservation Series
Wednesday, May 10th
Facades & Storefronts: Identifying & Protecting Your Building's Visual Presentation in a Cost Effective Way
Fung Associates, Inc. and Mason Architects, Inc.