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September 2, 2021 | Source: GC Magazine

G70 Named in 7 Best Industrial Architects in Honolulu

The editors at GC Magazine listed the top seven industrial architects in Honolulu, ranked by looking at the firm’s experience, process, and portfolio. GC Magazine described G70's expertise by our "extensive knowledge of the cultural and historical aspects of various locations in Honolulu. One example is the project above, featuring the Kapolei Harborside. A coastal landmark,...

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August 23, 2021 | Source: Hawaii Business Magazine

The Next Gen of the AEC Industry | G70 Internship Program

Our community and world are changing daily, and with it, the talents, experience, skills, and expertise needed to be a part of that growth cycle are changing too. One of the most essential elements of internships is the opportunity to integrate knowledge and theory gained in the classroom with practical application, to develop skills in a...

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August 12, 2021 | Source: Hawaii Business Magazine

Charles Kaneshiro Explains Decisions In Building a Hospital for the Future

Hawaii Business Magazine's former Events Director Anthony Bagnoli, spoke with Charles Kaneshiro, President and COO of G70, a presenting sponsor for the CHANGE Event Series. [embed]https://vimeo.com/584017034[/embed] In this interview, they discuss how architecture serves as a catalyst for people to be creative and work for the betterment of the community. Kaneshiro also shares his passion for health...

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August 12, 2021 | Source: GC Magazine

GC Magazine: 9 Best Restaurant Architects in Honolulu

GC Magazine editors picked nine of the most outstanding restaurant architects working in Honolulu. These architects are specialists in restaurant and commercial architecture. With several years of experience in the business, these architects provide excellent designs for restaurants, bars, and cafes in Honolulu and the rest of Hawaii. GC Magazine described G70 as: A heavyweight in the...

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August 6, 2021 | Source: Mink Center for Business Leaders Hawaii

Announcing Patsy T. Mink Leadership Alliance Cohort 6 Mink Leaders

Honolulu, HI – The Patsy T. Mink Leadership Alliance, the only program in Hawai‘i designed to enable mid-career women to advance their management and leadership skills, has named 17 women leaders to its sixth cohort, starting on August 27. “We are thrilled to announce the final selection for the 6th cohort of the Leadership Alliance,” said...

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July 12, 2021 | Source: Hawaii Business Magazine

Nā Makamaka o Kou | G70 Culture Committee

As part of an initiative to educate staff on the diversity and inclusivity of social values, perspectives, and beliefs held within Hawaiʻi’s culture, G70 formed an intra-office culture committee, Nā Makamaka o Kou (poetically translated as the friends of Kou, which is the traditional Hawaiian place name of the area now known as Honolulu but also...

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June 30, 2021 | Source: GC Magazine

GC Magazine Names G70 as one of the Best Commercial Architects in Honolulu

Alongside being in touch with changing trends, consumers and businesses also expect a commercial space’s atmosphere to enhance the user experience. Planning for customers in this careful way starts with a well-planned design from licensed architects. Many architects design good commercial structures yet only a few can provide a great customer experience while they do it....

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June 18, 2021 | Source: Pacific Business News

Designing for Sea Level Rise

The king tides that are expected to arrive in the Islands next week will bring floods – what Hawaii may see as climate change affecting sea levels along the state’s coasts. While king tides are not a direct result of climate change — they are caused by the moon being at its closest point to the...

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June 16, 2021 | Source: Hawaii Business Magazine

Providing Thoughtful Land-Use Planning For Hawaii’s Unique Islands, Culture, and People for a Sustainable Future

Here at G70, we strive to create new places in Hawai’i that bring energy and life to our communities, sustain and grow our economy, and steward our precious resources. Our kuleana was built on the foundation of our belief in the community (aloha kekahi i kekahi), and will continue to helm the work we do within...

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June 7, 2021 | Source: UH Foundation

UH MAGAZINE: TRANSFORMATIVE ART

A SCHOOL OF UHU TWISTS AND TURNS, lending a fluttering sense of motion to the otherwise still, concrete façade of the newly erected Hawai‘i State Hospital in Kāne‘ohe. Rendered in monochromatic white, the medium-relief sculpture forms a pattern that swarms in a myriad of directions yet, somehow, remains a cohesive whole. Artwork depicting fish may seem...

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