engineers and architechs of Hawaii
engineers and architects of Hawaii
Hawaii's oldest engineers' & architects' association,
meeting since 1902.
EAH Zoom Meeting: October 23 Friday
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Speaker: Sam Dannaway - Fire Protection Engineer
Topic: "The Second Great Chinatown Fire "
The Great Chinatown Fire of January 20, 1900 was the second great conflagration experienced in Honolulu, the first having occurred on April 18, 1886. The 1900 fire resulted in the near complete destruction of the Chinatown district bounded by Kukui Street, Nuuanu Street, Queen Street and River Street. This talk will focus on the story of events leading up to the great fire. The story has many elements of a good novel. There was the threat of a quickly spreading epidemic of plague, racial and ethnic issues, bold and decisive leaders, heroic actions of the fire department, and of course a really big fire!
October Program Chair: Sam Gillie Past President
EAH Zoom Meeting: October 9 Friday
Covid 19 Forum by working Professionals
Topic: "The Covid 19 Office"
How has Covid 19 Impacted how your Office Operates?
How do you maintain communications?
What has worked well?
What has not worked?
How will or may Covid 19 change how you work after Covid 19?
Bill Brizee Ahl Principal (Architect)
Maria Tome - Hawaii State Energy Office - Director Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Rob Kinslow: Sustainability Director Ola Hawaii - 1st VP EAH
Andrew Stanton - Start Out! Inc. President - San Francisco
Currently there are no in person EAH meetings due to CORONAVIRUS 19!
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June 26, 2020 Zoom meeting
July 24, 2020 Zoom Meeting
August 21, 2020 Zoom meeting
Reference Sites: About Covid Act Now
September 23, 2020 Zoom Meeting
(No In Person Meetings Currently Scheduled Only Zoom meeting Until Further Notice)
Meetings are open to all interested persons and were held Fridays in Downtown Honolulu. Meetings start at NOON and end PROMPTLY at 1:00 pm.
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