Meeting/Event Information

    SMPS Hawaii holds an event each month alternating between Lunch programs and casual Lunch+Learns. Our Lunch Programs are held at the Plaza Club and educational Lunch+Learns (bring your own lunch) are held at AIA Honolulu. We offer AIA Continuing Education credits for many of our events. 

    View or print the 2017 meeting calendar. See you soon!

    March 2017 Lunch & Learn

    March 22, 2017
    12:00 PM HST to 2:00 PM HST
     Add to Calendar

    Site Visit: Living Building Challenge Hawaii House Tour
    2448 Halenoho Place
    Honolulu, HI 96816
     Directions

    Tickets

    $0.00 SMPS Member

    $25.00 Non-SMPS Member

     

     Please join us for the following Lunch & Learn Program
    Site Visit: Living Building Challenge Hawaii House Tour
    (LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE!)

    Only a few buildings in the world exist to meet the International Living Future Institute’s Living Building Challenge and one of them is right in our backyard!  Take a tour of the “Greenest Single Family Residence in the World” this month with Aaron Ackerman, LEED AP ID+C, of Bowers + Kubota.  See the residence that was designed and built to be 100% self-sustaining, allowing its occupants to live off the land.  Aaron utilized reclaimed regional construction waste and the latest and greatest green technologies available on the market compliant with the Living Building Challenge’s stringent guidelines to build this home.  He wears the hats of all stakeholders involved – owner, fundraiser, borrower, designer, builder, advocate, educator, and O&M operator of this project – and on March 22nd, he will be our tour guide!  Aaron also presented on this project at the December 2014 SMPS Lunch Program, "Greening Facilities."

     

     


    More information on the project can be found at www.livingbuildingchallengehawaii.com

      As a husband and father of 2 young boys, local boy and Punahou graduate Aaron Ackerman brings 13 years of Architectural and Regenerative Design experience to Bowers + Kubota. Mr. Ackerman received his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Design with a special emphasis in Architecture from Boulder Colorado. As Sustainability Team Leader at B+K, Mr. Ackerman is a crucial leader in the firm’s coordinated approach to environmental stewardship, and is the lead on most projects seeking U.S.G.B.C. LEED Certification. Driven by innovation and utilizing his experience as a carpenter, Mr. Ackerman is currently pursuing certification of his own residence through the International Living Future Institute’s Living Building Challenge Certification Program, recognized by many in the Industry as the most stringent and progressive green building programs in the world.

     

    *The tour will last approximately 1.5 – 2 hours.  Please eat lunch on your own time, before or after the tour.

    *Additional parking is available near the Mu Ryang Sa Buddhist Temple near Waioma’o Road.  Carpooling is recommended.

    *Please wear flat shoes.  No high heels.


     2017 Sponsorship Opportunities Available! Contact beth@smpshawaii.org


    Mahalo to our sponsors:

    Platinum Sponsors

     
       


     


    CONTACT

    For more information, please contact smpsevents@smpshawaii.org

    ABOUT SMPS
    Founded in 1973, SMPS represents a dynamic network of 6,000+ marketing and business development professionals from architectural, engineering, planning, interior design, construction, and specialty consulting firms located throughout the United States and Canada. The Society and its chapters benefit from the support of 3,700 design and building firms, encompassing 80% of the Engineering News-Record Top 500 Design Firms and Top 400 Contractors.  SMPS' mission is to advocate for, educate, and connect leaders in the building industry. SMPS' vision is for premier professional service firms to recognize SMPS as their most trusted resource for building business and achieving success. Follow us on Twitter @SMPSHawaii and Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/smpshawaii.

    COPYRIGHT NOTICE
    Presentations at all SMPS Hawaii events are subject to US and international copyright laws. Unauthorized videotaping or recording of SMPS Hawaii events is prohibited.