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Building Industry Magazine - June 2012 - (Page 6)

NewsBeat BIA Gala Honors Renaissance Winners The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Hawaii hosted its 27th annual Renaissance Building & Remodeling Awards on May 2 at The Royal Hawaiian. The renowned competition, says Paul Kane of Aloha Marketing Manufacturers Representatives, LLC, this year’s event chair, “celebrates excellence and recognizes the collaborative partnerships within our industry.” A total of 38 entrants participated in the program. Overall grand awards were presented to the following: • Residential remodeling — La Pietra Circle; entrants: Hawaii Architecture, LLP and DH Squared Construction, LLC; architect: Phillip Camp, AIA, of Hawaii Architecture; contractor: DH Squared Construction; category: projects more than $500,001 The remodel of the La Pietra Circle two-story residential townhouse built originally in the 1970s included build out of a mezzanine loft into a study and design of the bedroom suite on the first floor for full accessibility. Designed as a legacy home for the family, Hale Nunu in Kahala consists of a 2,329-squarefoot cottage and garage and the 7,860-squarefoot main house, which itself features a nearly 1,700-squarefoot covered lanai. • New commercial — Yokouchi Family Pavilion; entrant and architect: John Hara Associates, Inc.; contractor: Honolulu Builders, LLC; category: innovative design and construction (a new category) The new pavilion at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center can support a large range of events, from small performances to major events for 5,000 people. • Commercial remodeling — Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa; entrant and contractor: Cleveland Construction Group, LLC; architect: Nick H. Huddleson; category: historical The historic renovation of this church was intended to return the structure to the original eastern orientation. New white oak was used to recreate twenty-two 215pound doors, 16 transoms, 72 windows and 66 pews that were ravaged by termites. • New residential — Hale Nunu; entrant and architect: Welch and Weeks, LLC; contractor: RJE Construction; category: projects more than $2,000,001 The Carl Reppun Award was presented to: • Kailua Lake House; entrants: Brooks & Brooks, Inc. and Emery Construction, Inc.; architect: Brooks & Brooks; contractor: Emery Construction; category: projects from $350,001 to $750,000 This new Kailua home features an open floor plan with 8-foot windows for panoramic views of Enchanted Lake. 6 | BUILDING INDUSTRY | JUNE 2012

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Industry Magazine - June 2012

Cover June 2012, Drilling for the first column
News Beat
BIA Gala Honors Renaissance Winners
Southeast Maui to Get Wind Power
LCC Breaks Ground for Education Building
REHAB Completes First Phase of Rebuild Campaign
GCA Salutes Build Hawaii Winners
Vitus Group Completes $3.1 Million Renovation
HSA Celebrates Milestone Year
Contracts Awarded
Spotlight on Success: Pearl Harbor Fitness Center
Best Practices
Low Bids
Concept to Completion: Hilton Hawaiian Village Renovations
New Products

Building Industry Magazine - June 2012