engineers and architects of Hawaii

Hawaii's oldest engineers' & architects' association,

meeting since 1902.


June Program 2015

Program Chair: Sam Gillie - Past President


 Friday – June 5


Speaker: Alan Lloyd – Emeritus Member

Title: “1952 Big Island Volcano Lava Fountains


Alan will share his pictures of 1000 foot volcano fountains from the Halema’uma’u crater taken starting in 1952 during his trips to the Big Island following 20 years of silence from the volcano after 1934 eruptions ceased.

Friday – June 12


No Meeting Kamehameha Day Holiday


Friday – June 19


Speaker:  Dr. Janice Marsters  Senior Environmental Engineer Kennedy/Jenks Consultants,

Subject: Kalaupapa Harbor Repair


Kalaupapa, Moloka‘I harbor repair consisted of design and construction of critical repairs to the damaged breakwater, pier, low dock, and bulkhead wall. The project included removing displaced armor stones from the barge berthing basin, and increasing protection of the structures through the placement of larger armor stones. Failure of the bulkhead wall could have damaged the historically significant Community Food Warehouse, adding to the project urgency. The project required extensive environmental permitting and compliance, due to the fragile ecosystem of Kalaupapa Harbor and the immediately surrounding areas. Special considerations included the presence of coral on many of the structures, and the proximity of the project to monk seal haul-out and pupping beaches.


Dr. Janice Marsters is a Senior Environmental Engineer with the Hawaii office of Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, where she manages the office’s environmental consulting practice, working mostly in storm water management and engineering, environmental planning and permitting, and sustainability. 

Friday – June 26
Annual Meeting; Officer Elections; Annual Member Photo
Speaker: Sam Gillie - Past President Past Plumbing Designer

Title: “The Plumber Saved  Civilization"

Sam Gillie will talk about how the plumber saved our cities from their own success or their own filth.   Start in 3000 BC with the Indus Valley Civilization, then Greeks and Roman civilizations, he talk about their contributions to water and waste water development, then the slow chances over the last 5000 years through changes to London’s sewers and how about half the world’s population have water and waste water resources not even on par with the Indus Valley Civilization. 


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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.

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After 65 years at the YWCA, In 2009 EAH had to relocate our meeting location.  

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 complete Buffet Lunch is catered by the Mango Grill.

Lunch cost: Members $10.00; Guests $12.00; Students free.

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

Ice Tea, Lemonade and water Free.

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


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