engineers and architects of Hawaii

engineers and architects of Hawaii

Hawaii's oldest engineers' & architects' association,

meeting since 1902.

August Program Chair: Andrew Stanton


Friday August 5th Noon Meeting start 11:45 am End 1:00 pm sharp (Hawaii Time)

Speaker: Dr. Tim Brown Senior Fellow at East-West Center –

Topic: West vs East Covid Responses

This is a replay of Dr Browns talk at the East West Center International Media Conference “Connecting in a No Trust World” at the Hawaii Convention Center in June 2022

Dr. Tim Brown talks about his analysis on what Countries / States did well and poorly in the Covid battles. Countries with Women leaders did better. He looks back and discusses the first year of the covid pandemic responses, the miss steps and good steps made. Compares efforts of the West vs. Asia. How Science, Public Health, Media, and Politics brought both good and bad. Because credibility of WHO and CDC was lost early the public looked to social media and the NEWS for information, while misinformation was weaponized by some. He explains all these issues and provides his take on moving forward for this pandemic and future ones.

Dr. Tim Brown is a Senior Fellow in the Research Program at East-West Center, where he directs a small team of epidemiologists and programmers in developing and applying tools for HIV modeling and analysis. Before joining the Center, he was formerly assistant professor in electrical engineering, University of Hawai'i; adjunct assistant professor in the Program on Computing, Department of Mathematics, University of California at Los Angeles; and applications group manager, AMETEK Computer Research Division, Pasadena.

Next Meeting August 19 TBA Program Chair Andrew Stanton


ATTENTION!!!

eaH has restarted in-person lunch meetings in our 301 meeting room in the Topa Tower (old AmFac) along with our Zoom meetings. Email eaHawaii@gmail.com to get the Zoom link. A $5 donation is requested for lunch. Validated parking $4.



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 May Program:


Historic talk given at the January 21, 2011 eaH meeting by James Burns (1937-2017), former Chief Judge of the State Intermediate Court of Appeals

Topic: “My Recollections of Governor John Burns”


At this meeting James Burns gave EAH an oral history of his life growing up with his father former 3 term Democratic Governor John Burns. Dozens of historic photos were added to illustrate his life stories

(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 draft Position Statement on Managed Access for Ha`iku Stairs.

Recent Past eaH Meetings:


Friday February 4th Time: Noon to 1PM


Speaker: Bob Sigall – Rear View Mirror – Star Advertiser

Eminent Speaker, Historian and Man For All Seasons

Topic: The World As Seen From The Rearview Mirror.

Friday February 18th Noon to 1PM

Speaker: Hans K Van Tilburg PhD

Maritime Heritage Coordinator Pacific Islands Region

NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries

Topic: Falls of Clyde and the history of Scottish shipbuilding.

Checkout Past eaH meetings at eaH YouTube Channel:


"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. Meetings start at NOON and end PROMPTLY at 1:00 pm.

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