The World Language Center (WLC) is a new 21st Century School facility designed to enhance the existing campus’ functionality and set a new standard for the Hawai’i State Department of Education’s (DOE) school construction projects.
Naeole Pool House
This new athletic building supports student and community use of the Nae‘ole Pool and the Athletic Stadium on the Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i campus (K-12).
Our concept is based on a “triple bottom line” decision-making approach, as well as low impact design (LID) and high impact design (HID) strategies to minimize cost, maximize the sustainability and functionality of the project and reinforce our client’s mission.
Academic Sciences Building, Live Learn Downtown Phase 1
This project is an adaptive reuse, comprehensive renovation of the building commonly known as 1042 Fort Street, an existing three-story concrete, masonry and steel building located in Downtown Honolulu’s Financial District.
Live Learn Downtown, Phase 2
Located within the Downtown Transit Oriented District and at the geographic center of Honolulu’s urban core, this project promises to regenerate both the Chinatown Historic District and the Financial Center.