University of Hawaii Cancer Center

University of Hawaii Cancer Center

Science and Technology


The University of Hawaii Cancer Center is a 160,000 square foot research facility that employs a matrix-style clinical-care
system where researchers will collaborate with doctors and hospitals on new and existing therapies, treatments, and clinical trials. This facility will provide a state-of-the-art
environment for wet and dry laboratory research, allowing collaboration with local hospitals and JABSOM, while breaking new ground in building sustainability and energy efficiency.
Awards:
– AIA Honolulu 2014 – Mayor’s Choice Award
– AIA Honolulu 2014 – Jack C. Lipman Members’ Choice
Award
– NAIOP 2013 Kukulu Hale Award – New Project,
Public/Government
– NAIOP 2013 Kukulu Hale Award – Green Building
– BIA Renaissance 2013 Grand Award – New Commercial
Division, Projects >15,001 s.f.
– GCA Hawaii 2013 Excellence Award – Design-Build/Design-
Assist Construction >$35 Million

University of Hawaii Life Science Campus

University of Hawaii Life Science Campus

Institutional

Honolulu Community College Music and Entertainment Lab

Honolulu Community College Music and Entertainment Lab

Institutional

With the completion of this $1.1M project on the Honolulu Community College campus, Hawai’i musicians have an opportunity to learn music business and production in this state-of-the-art recording facility. HCC’s Music & Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) is affiliated with Nashville’s Belmont University, ranked one of the “top music business schools” in America. The MELE program features a 3,000 s.f. classroom, control room, recording studios, and an isolation room.

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Jimmy Carter Presidential Library

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library

Institutional

The Carter Presidential Library and Museum serves as an educational resource for the public, as well as a Center for scholars and leaders.

The Museum is a dynamic learning center that presents the history of the United States from the perspective of the nation’s 39th President of the United States.

The Library houses over 27 million documents and records, including the Camp David Accords, SALT II Treaty, Panama Canal Treaty, the Iranian Crisis, the evolution of a national energy policy, and developments in nuclear control and human rights.