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DATEBOOK Industry Classes, Events & More JUNE 4 Hawaii Traffic Control Safety for Utility Construction The Hawaii Chapter of National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) is sponsoring a workshop discussion at no cost to the community. Safety Trainer Tracy Lawson will lead "Hawaii Traffic Control Safety for Utility Construction," which offers attendees the latest updates and rules to comply with Hawaii's safety standards. Noon to 2 p.m. Pacific Pipe Company, Second-Floor Training Room, 1255 Kuala St., Pearl City. To RSVP, email or visit Free. JUNE 17, 18 & 19 Construction Quality Management for Contractors This BIA-Hawaii three-day CQM course is limited to four attendees per company per course; additional contractor personnel wishing to attend will be placed on a waitlist. Only appointed quality control managers are required to attend and successfully complete this training program. Noon to 4 p.m. CTC-Pacific, 94-487 Akoki St., Waipahu. Register at; registration is open until June 16. For more information contact Lea Wong at 629-7506 or BIA-Hawaii members $95, nonmembers $125. With ETF funding, $62.50. JUNE 18 ADA Accessible Routes - Scoping and Technical Provisions The Disability and Communications Access Board has prepared a presentation for AIA Honolulu that will cover components of an accessible route; technical provisions for routes, doors and ramps; and scoping provisions for interior accessible routes and exterior accessible routes on site. 7:30 a.m. check-in; event 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Center for Architecture, 828 Fort Street Mall, Suite 100, Honolulu. Register by June 17 at Contact Camilla Nicholas at 8 | BUILDING INDUSTRY HAWAII | JUNE 2014 for more information. AIA members $20; nonmembers $35. JUNE 19 NAWIC General Membership Meeting Join the National Association of Women in Construction, Honolulu Chapter for its networking event and dinner/membership meeting. Get to know other women in the industry, build partnerships and increase your knowledge. All membership meetings are open to the public and no advance registration is required. Networking 5 p.m.; dinner and meeting 6 p.m. Honolulu Country Club, Honolulu. Email for more information. $35. JUNE 24 & 25 Fall Protection Training in the Construction Industry Falls account for the greatest number of fatalities in the construction industry. The GCA of Hawaii hosts this one-day training program, which is based on OSHA standards and best practices, to answer the need for quality fall protection training within the industry. The program is offered by AGC of America at no cost to attendees. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. GCA Conference Room, 1065 Ahua St., Honolulu. Participants should indicate which date they prefer. For more information, contact Roj Vohra at (703) 837-5409 or, or contact the GCA. Free. JUNE 25 Prevailing in a Prevailing Wage Market Seminar ABC Hawaii presents a seminar that teaches participants about prevailing wage rates, Chapter 104, recent changes in legislation, how to ensure your certified payroll process is compliant, how to lower bids and more. Speakers include Wesley Lum, Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations compliance branch chief, and John Dean, Fringe Benefit Group regional director. 9 a.m. to noon. ABC Hawaii Office, Suite 201A, 1375 Dillingham Blvd., Honolulu. Registration closes June 16. For more information, visit or call 845-4887. Free for ABC Hawaii members, $50 nonmembers. Includes a light lunch. JUNE 25 CAPS I Marketing Strategies for Aging & Accessibility This BIA-Hawaii Certified Aging-inPlace Specialist (CAPS) course will help participants identify opportunities among the older adult market seeking to revitalize their home environments and learn best practices for communicating and interacting with this growing population. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CTC-Pacific, 94-487 Akoki St., Waipahu. Register by June 25 at For more information contact Barbara Nishikawa at 629-7505 or BIA-Hawaii members $270, nonmembers $370. JUNE 26 ABC Hawaii's 25th Anniversary Member Appreciation Networking Opportunity Dinner Registration closes June 12. ABC Hawaii has reserved an entire restaurant for networking and providing an opportunity to recognize new members as well as those who have reached milestones from five to 25 years of loyal membership with the organization. Highlights will include Japanese dishes and sake samplers, plus a short program in recognition of members. This event is limited to 150 attendees, so advanced registration is essential. ABC members only. Sponsorships are available. Event begins at 6 p.m. Doraku, in Kakaako. Register online at; contact ABC Hawaii at 845-4887 or for more information. JUNE 26 Design and Analysis of PostTensioned Building Structures and Slabs Seminar The Cement & Concrete Products Industry (CCPI) and the Structural Engineers Association of Hawaii

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Industry Magazine - June 2014

STANFORD CARR: Kudos for a Visionary
HLPA’s 2014 Wood & Lumber Resource Guide
News Beat
Contracts Awarded
Low Bids
Spotlight On Success: Kaiser Kona Medical Office Building
HWEA Photo Contest
New Products
Best Practices

Building Industry Magazine - June 2014