May 14, 2022 | Source: Pacific Business News

NAIOP Hawaii announces winners of the 2022 Kukulu Hale Awards

Late architect Joseph “Joe” Farrell was posthumously honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from NAIOP Hawaii, the local chapter of a national commercial real estate association, during its 25th annual Kukulu Hale Awards on May 6.

Among Farrell’s most notable projects are the Honolulu Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse Complex, ASB Tower and Pacific Guardian Center, as well as the capitol of the Federated States of Micronesia, NAIOP said in an announcement.

Among commercial real estate winners announced during the May 6 ceremony are:

  • 2022 Developer of the Year – Castle & Cooke Hawaii
  • Outstanding Service Award – Kevin Carney, vice president, special projects at EAH Housing’s Hawaii office
  • Brokerage Firm of the Year – Commercial Asset Advisors
  • New Project Award, commercial/other over 40,000 square feet – Koae Makana, which provides a mix of affordable housing opportunities for Kauai’s workforce
  • New Project Award, commercial/other 40,000 square feet or less – Straub Medical Center, Kapolei Clinic & Urgent Care
  • Renovation Award, commercial/other over 40,000 square feet – The Queen Emma, an adaptive reuse of 1964 offices into affordable rental housing
  • Renovation Award, commercial/other 40,000 square feet or less – White Sands Hotel, designed to fully restore the last vintage walkup hotel in Waikiki, renovated to a 1960s theme
  • Public/Government Project Award – Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, Hale Kihoihoi, University of Hawaii at Hilo; and Solomon Elementary School
  • Nonprofit Project Award – University of Hawaii Life Sciences Building, a state-of-the-art facility that brought the university’s biology, microbiology, botany and Pacific Biosciences Research Center department under one roof
  • Green Building Award – Honouliuli Middle School, phase one; and Kohala High School STEM/science facility.

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