Last week, the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) announced the winners of its 55th annual design awards program. The organization recognized 21 projects with awards of excellence out of more than 100 submissions from producers, engineers, and architects across the country.
Earlier this summer, Waikiki’s Royal Hawaiian Center finished a multiyear, multibuilding renovation, which transformed a dark, outdated shopping center into a vibrant, lifestyle-oriented retail and entertainment community.
The long-running American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top 10 Awards reward the industry’s innovative architecture firms for creating projects that are sustainable, high-performing, and unique. What does a firm need to be or do to be added to this list?
Touted as “Hawaii’s number-one craft beer,” the award-winning Maui Brewing Company has expanded to a 3900-m2 (42,000-sf) insulated metal panel (IMP)-clad facility to meet an overwhelming demand. After nearly a decade of brewing, the company required a more energy-efficient, sustainable facility to stay consistent with its brand.