engineers and architects of Hawaii

engineers and architects of Hawaii

Hawaii's oldest engineers' & architects' association,

meeting since 1902.  

eaH is an Industry Partner in this year’s PBX23, CSI Honolulu’s annual trade show for Hawai‘i’s construction and design industries being held in the Hawai‘i Convention Center on Wednesday, September 27.  Visit us at eaH's PBX23 booth!

Here is the link to the PBX23 web site:  PBX23

Here is the link to the Seminars being offered.  PBX-Seminars

Link to Registration:  PBX Registration 

September Program Chair: Aaron Erickson - eah Treasurer

eaH Noon Meetings start 12:00 am End 1:00 pm sharp (Hawaii Time)

In person meeting is in Room 301 Topa Tower 745 Fort Street.


email for Zoom Link for meeting


Special Notice: eaH Bulletins from 1928 to 1962 are now available in the eaH Archives on this site


Friday September 8th

Speaker: Jason Gruver, Founder and CEO, E-opala Incorporated 

Topic: "e-Waste Computer Recycling"

Jason Gruver will talk to eaH about the founding of E-epoal an e-waste recycling company which is Hawai'i's first and only consumer and industry level e-waste demanufacturing plant.  They retrieve, reuse, and recycle electronic products to reduce waste, preserve the environment, and fund IT accessibility to underprivileged communities.  

Friday September 22nd

Speaker: Lori Kahikina Executive Director & CEO Hart

Topic: "Completion of Skyline"

Hart has turned over the first portion of the 'Rail' to Honolulu's Department of Transportation Services which now operating the newly named 'Skyline'. Lori Kahikina will talk about their plans to complete the project, the timing and possible future extensions to Ala Moana and UH.  

 Lunch  $10.  Validated parking $4.

[NEW EVENT] - September 16th: Potluck/BBQ at the Hawaii Rail History Museum: Lunch at noon, light restoration work tasks available from 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM. Come dressed to paint - EAH will be painting portions of the recently reconstructed Merci Car, among other light work. The Merci car is as described on as well as

[eaH FIELD TRIP] November 11th, 3:00 PM departure for the EAH chartered Dillingham Car excursion - Early 1900s formal attire is discretionary. See for information of interest. More details later.

eaH on Olelo Channel 53 

This year EaH continues to host past meetings on Olelo Channel 53. The 30 Minute Programs premier on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:00 pm and replay every Sunday’s at 1:00pm.

eaH Olelo Channel 53 September Program:

'Pacific Airport Development Part I' by long time eaH member Frank Hermann

Part I covers Hawaii and Part II from Majuro to Taiwan. 

Showings: Wednesday August 9 6:00 pm and every Sundays at 1:00 pm

(Note: Olelo Programs are available on this site - See Site Index In Left Sidebar (Click on 'Ξ' at top, if no side bar  )

Click here to see the eaH proposed Position Statement on Managed Access for Ha`iku Stairs.

Checkout Past eaH meetings at the YouTube Links below:

Nevada Atomic Energy Testing 1960s

Speaker: Bill Bonnet 

Histor of Honolulu Fire Department

Speaker: Sam Dannaway -FPE

Tasmania or Bust

Speaker: Bill Leary 

Hawaii;s Gifts to the World

Speaker: Bob Sigall - Rear View Mirrot

"Chevron Tank Farm Fire 1980"

Speaker: Paul Fox

“My Recollections of Governor John Burns”

Speaker: James Burns (2011)

"Hawaii Real Estate Mortgage Market Upate"

Speaker: Manny August ASB

"Queen Theater Renovation Plans"

Speaker: Bill Brizee AHL

"Covid 19 Vaccine Developed in Days"

Speaker: Dr George Poore 

"Kahauiki Village, Honolulu Community Built Homeless Project"


“Preserving Plantation Housing in Hawaii”

Speaker: Barbara Shieder


“Ala Wai Ahupua’a – 5 Step Solution”

Speaker: Michael Elhoff – President - Hawaii Engineering Services Inc.


“HyperLapse Photography”

Speaker: Dan Eckert


“Honolulu Rail Transit Project Update”

Speaker: Stephen Cayetano


“2nd Great Honolulu Chinatown Fire 1900”

Speaker: Sam Dannaway


“Mauna Kea Early Years”

Speaker: John Harwood


“Aloha Stadium ReDevelopement”

Speaker: Terry McFarland

  Meetings are open to all interested persons and are held Fridays in Downtown Honolulu Topa Tower 745 Fort St (Old AmFac Bldg) Room 301.  Meetings start at NOON and end PROMPTLY at 1:00 pm.

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