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Campus Tour | University of Hawaii at Manoa

Published July 12, 2021
Presented by Jan Gouveia, University of Hawai‘i | Seth Siaki, University of Hawai‘i | Ryan Sullivan, G70 | Glen Berry, HERA Laboratory Planners | Seth Goodnight, Layton Construction
Planning Types: Campus Planning

Institution(s) referenced in this resource:
University of Hawaii at Manoa

This tour will showcase the University of Hawaii’s flagship campus and the unique challenges the university faces with regard to long-term planning, campus redevelopment, and designing in a tropical environment. The tour will then focus on the university’s new Life Sciences Building, which consolidated various departments in aging facilities into new state-of-art teaching and research laboratories. This building was one of the first major design-build projects on campus. We will discuss the challenges that were encountered and how each was solved.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Summarize University of Hawaii’s long-range development plans and how they are being implemented.
  2. Describe the unique challenges the university has faced being located in a remote part of the world.
  3. Explain how the new Life Sciences Building helped consolidate various aging facilities under one roof.
  4. Explain how the design/build process works.

Presenters:

Jan Gouveia, University of Hawai‘i
Seth Siaki, University of Hawai‘i
Ryan Sullivan, G70
Glen Berry, HERA Laboratory Planners
Seth Goodnight, Layton Construction

This tour was presented as an on-demand session. Recorded July 2021.