Tuesday, July 19, 2016

SHADE Preliminary Proposal for Waipahu Aloha Clubhouse

Tuesday, July 19, the interns presented the preliminary designs for the Waipio Point Access Road in front of the Waipahu Aloha Clubhouse members.  During this time, the interns discussed two potential proposals for the pathway leading to the clubhouse, one on each side of the street.  There were many pros and cons brought up by the clubhouse members and patrons, which allowed for a greater discussion on improving the proposed concept plans.  The next phase of the project will be to merge and distinguish potential areas for the secondary concept plan.

Thank you to Ryan Char, Kathleen Merriam and the Clubhouse members for giving us their time and effort in this on-going process.


Wednesday, June 29, 2016

SHADE TOD Roundtable hosted event

Wednesday, June 29, SHADE Institute hosted the TOD Roundtable discussion at the AIA Honolulu Conference Center.  This discussion was comprised of a panel of speakers including:
Harrison Rue, City & County of Honolulu, DPP TOD Administrator
Aki Marceau, AICP, HART, Land Use and Sustainability Planner
Deepak Neupane, AIA, HCDA, Director of Planning and Development
Rodney Funakoshi, AICP, State Office of Planning, Planning and Program Administrator.
and moderated by our own Dean Sakamoto of SHADE Institute.
This seminar made sure to identify and clarify any misunderstandings about the TOD and the rail project areas.


Friday, June 24, 2016

Pau Hana Review

Friday, June 24th, was the Pau Hana review, where interns were to present their analysis and documentation in front of SHADE mentors and critics.  Special guests Jeanine Centuori, Grant Murakami, Nathalie Razo, Vanessa Stockton and Denise Bekaert joined the interns to help them better represent their information graphically and effectively for the next phase of the project.  Thank you to all SHADE mentors, interns and critics who came!

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Charrette with SHADE, DPP and PBR

Thursday, June 23th, the DPP and PBR hosted the Waipahu TOD Action Plan Charrette, where they discussed the key places and points of the areas visited on the June 24th Bus Tour.  At this stage, the SHADE interns took notes on areas of improvement, and made notes on areas to focus on moving forward into this project.  This information will help project a clearer boundary for the interns to start the next step of the pre-design phase.