The American Savings Bank Honolulu Campus: Dynamic Teams, Better Buildings
Local architect Phillip Camp will give an overview of the project highlights from both a design and construction standpoint and share the scope of work behind the project for ASB. He will address his role as local architect handling CA and offer insights on the teaming effort. Unique features will be explored from a construction standpoint including the use of precast concrete and electrochromatic view dynamic glass. See how the primary design elements become a platform for a thriving working community, and how the use of space and general layout was organized to encourage more interaction for the American Savings Bank team.
Mr. Camp has over a decade of lead architectural management experience on projects ranging from new class “A” commercial office towers to very complicated mixed use multifamily development as well as design intensive custom residential and boutique commercial office / retail projects. With LEED and WELL Accreditation and an AEE Certified Energy Management Certification, Mr. Camp’s commitment to sustainable design goes beyond surface applied green washing accoutrements. He aims to focus on efforts that foster true sustainability with a pursuit of timeless design, quality detailing that reduces maintenance and increases longevity, as well as deep energy saving measures that will benefit the client’s operating costs for the life of the project. Mr. Camp’s project experience has included work in Singapore, California, Arizona and Hawaii and Mr. Camp is a licensed registered architect in Hawaii, California, Nevada and Guam. Mr. Camp was born and raised on Oahu and is a graduate of Iolani H.S. and the USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles. Before starting hiarch llp, Mr. Camp was a Principal of one of Southern California’s leading multifamily and commercial office design firms. Mr. Camp is a prior Board Member for Honolulu Habitat for Humanity, and a current AIA Honolulu Board Member. As a recognized expert in the industry; Mr. Camp is often requested to speak to the benefits of sustainable design and the value of architecture, and repeatedly participates in speaking engagements for the Bank of Hawaii, Hawaii Developers Council, USGBC, as well as the Hawaii Chapter of the Appraisal Institute.
- August 21, 2018
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm