Building Industry Magazine - July 2011 - (Page 21)

NewsBeat BIA Honors Renaissance Winners The overall grand award winners are: • Bishop Street Tenant Improvement — entrant, architect and designer: Hawaii Architecture LLP; contractor: Sutton Construction; division: commercial remodeling; category: commercial remodel • Hale Ala Honu — entrant: Lively Architects & Complete Construction Services Corporation; architect: Lively Architects; contractor: Complete Construction Services Corp.; division: residential remodeling; category: projects more than $500,001 • Murray Residence — entrant: Marc Taron, AIA and Arquitectura, LLC; architect: Arquitectura, LLC; contractor Trend Builders, Inc.; division: new residential; category: projects more than $2,000,001 • Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman — entrant and contractor: Armstrong Builders, LLC; architect: MC Architects; designer: Shook Kelley; division: new commercial; category: project 5,001 square feet - 7,500 square feet The Carl Reppun Award was presented to: • A Historic Remodel — entrant and contractor: Mokulua Woodworking, Ltd.; architect: ATA; division: historical; category: residential remodeling A home designed to accommodate three generations, Hale Ala Honu features a ground level master suite designed for the senior family member while the enormous second level master suite includes an elegant master bath, cedar-lined walkin closet, executive office and lanai with panoramic marina views. JULY 2011 | BUILDING INDUSTRY | 21 The Building Industry Association of Hawaii presented its 26th annual Renaissance Building & Remodeling Awards during a gala banquet on May 4 at The Royal Hawaiian Monarch Room. First established in 1986, this prestigious competition celebrates the best in new and renovated construction projects. The Murray Residence was designed with an open plan based on 45 degree angles, providing privacy while capturing the ocean view corridor framed by Lanai and Molokai and accommodating frequent get-togethers of a large extended family. The Bishop Street Tenant Improvement reflects the client’s mission of stewardship, preservation and protection of the environment. The eco-friendly, light-filled space is the seventh project in Hawaii to achieve LEED-platinum certification. Monkeypod Kitchen is designed to express the lifestyle of island living by creating the atmosphere of dining on a friend’s porch. The space is up slope from the water and offers distinctive views of both the ocean and the volcanoes on Maui. To balance modern comfort with historic preservation, the key goals of the Carl Reppun Award-winning historic remodel were to refurbish where cost and design were effective, replicate where possible and update where necessary. Every area was evaluated to establish effective restoration costs while maintaining the historic design.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Industry Magazine - July 2011

Aqua Starts Work on Schofield Pipes
Target Teams up With dck
BIA Honors Renaissance Winners
Hawaii Prince Gets Makeover
COE Honors Firms in Mothballing Project
Renovations Begin at Kuhio Park Terrace
Best Practices
Contracts Awarded
Low Bids
Spotlight on Success: Franciscan Vistas Ewa
Company Showcase: Walker-Moody Construction Co., Ltd
Concept to Completion: Kukui Gardens
News Makers
New Products

Building Industry Magazine - July 2011