engineers and architects of Hawaii


Hawaii's oldest engineers' & architects' association,

meeting since 1902.  

2019 January EAH Program


Program Chair: Paul Vierling


Friday  Jan 4th 


Speaker: Kenton Beal Executive VP Enpro   


Title: “Environmental Concerns during Building Renovations” 


Ken Beal from Enpro Environmental will provide expert advice about the environmental concerns when renovating a building or home, what is required, what is recommended and most importantly what are the risks.


Friday  Jan 11th:


Speaker: Katherine McKenzie, Project Manager Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii  


Title: “Transportation Electrification Impacts on Emissions and Fuel” 


Katherine McKenzie’s presentation to EAH will explore the opportunities and challenges facing Hawaii with transitioning from our fossil fuel vehicle transportation systems to electric vehicles and the impacts on emissions and reducing oil imports.


Friday  Jan 18th: No Meeting Martin Luther King Holiday


Friday Jan 25th

 

Special Meeting and Location –

Please RSVP by Jan 24 noon so we can plan lunch

 

Speaker: David Ige – Hawaii State Governor

Title: “State Infrastructure & Energy Policies” 

 

Governor David Ige will visit EAH. The Governor will first give a brief on his infrastructure and energy policies and plans for Hawaii. The Governor, who is an Electrical Engineer by training, will answer questions and wants to have a discussion on the roles Hawaii’s engineers and architects should have as Hawaii’s expert technical advisors and builders.


Thanks to Lia Hunt

the Special EAH Meeting will be held again at the

Homer A. Maxey International Trade Resoure Center (ITRC)

Pier 2 521 Ala Moana Blvd.

Across Ala Moana from Federal Building




 



 
 Meetings are open to all interested persons and are held every Friday (except holidays) in Downtown Honolulu.  Meetings start at NOON and end PROMPTLY at 1:00 pm.

Meeting Location Map 

 

All Friday meetings are in meeting room 301 in the Topa Tower (Ewa Tower) of the (old AmFac Building) 745 Fort Street Mall. 

Validated Parking is available cost $2.00 (enter from Nimitz Hwy).

A buffet lunch with two hot entrees,  salad. sweets and drinks provided by Okalani Cafe.

Lunch cost: Members $10.00; Guests $12.00; Students Members free;
Visiting Students $5.00

Welcome to bring your brown bag lunch, a $2 donation is appreciated.

Ice Tea, Lemonade, and Sweets Free.

All are invited to attend.  No RSVP required! See you there!