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VOL. 52 NO. 8 SERVING 2000 ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYORS OCTOBER, 2016 continued on page 7 Kunia Country Farms Receives Hawaii’s First Envision Sustainability Award at TEACHawaii Envision Workshop by TEACHawaii The Kunia Country Farms project, owned by partners Jason Brand, Cary Takenaka, and C. Scott Wo, was recently awarded the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Envision Gold award. The previous 17 Envision awards were given to public projects throughout the country, making the Kunia Country Farms pro- ject the first private corporation, and first entity in the state of Hawaii, to receive Envision sus- tainable infrastructure recognition. The award ceremony was part of the TEACHawaii Envision Workshop conducted on August 29, 2016. The goal of the workshop was to discuss the necessity of sustainable infra- structure and to both discover and experience the Envision sustainable infrastructure rating system. The Envision Action Committee of Hawaii (TEACHawaii) is a task force consisting of members from the local chapters of the American Public Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, and American Council of Engineering Companies. Formed with the mission to TEACH Hawaii about Envision, TEACHawaii is working to increase awareness and incentivize change and sup- port for sustainable infrastructure. Raise Your Bar Douglas Sereno, Director of Program Management at the Port of Long Beach and chair of ASCE’s Committee on Sustainability, began the TEACHawaii workshop with indis- putable examples of changing environmental conditions and calamities which have occurred because of our stationary engineering design standards. At the ASCE Sustainability Summit earlier this year, keynote speaker Ron Sims challenged civil engineering professionals to take action, asserting that “We will either succeed because of your skills or we will fail because of your indifference.” Sereno’s keynote presentation called for an ambitious transformation of the civil engineer- ing profession. All of us need to raise the bar, apply principles of sustainability and resiliency to our projects, and advocate for the public and people that our infrastructure projects serve. Civil engineers have an ethical duty to create environmentally, economically and socially sustainable infrastructure to equitably meet the needs of human welfare and to realize healthy communities. Sound a bit intangible and overwhelming? Good news, there is hope and help! Envision is a multi-tool everyone can use to guide projects with a holistic, measurable, and transparent approach. It defines best sustainable practices and packages them into 5 categories and 60 credits with levels of achievement ranging from improved to restorative and innovative. Information on Envision can be found on the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure website, www.sustainableinfrastructure.org Sustainability Efforts in Honolulu Currently there are 14 Envision Sustainability Professionals (ENV SP) in the State of Hawaii that are registered on the ISI website. Director of Honolulu’s Department of Facility Maintenance (DFM), Ross Sasamura, supports the mission of TEACHawaii and ISI, hopes that some of his staff will pursue ENV SP certifica- tion, but could not specify what, if any, of his projects would be utilizing the Envision tools. Sasamura stressed the importance of water to our culture here in Hawaii. Due to the unique way that Hawaii has developed historically through Ahupua’a, from mauka to makai, there is a basis for future efforts integrating conser- vation of water resources with storm water quality improvements that will also help reduce and control incidences of localized flooding. This approach will actually involve three (3) different City agencies: the Honolulu Board of Water Supply (BWS), the DFM Stormwater Quality Branch (SWQ), and the DFM Division of Road Maintenance (DRM). While all three (3) agencies conduct public education and out- reach campaigns to address the issues of spe- cific concern to their respective responsibili- ties, a rain barrel embodies benefits that satis- fies each agency’s concerns. For example: a rain barrel collects storm water that may be used to irrigate plants and crops conserving the water stored in our aquifer for potable uses (a concern of the BWS). The storm water collected and stored in a rain barrel does not collect in our streets where it may cause localized flooding where storm drains and street drainage systems are not constructed (a concern of the DRM). And finally, storm water collected and stored in a rain barrel reduces discharges of oils, chemi- cals, sediment, and debris from the City storm drain system (a concern of the SWQ). Planned projects along the Kapalama Canal and other nearby areas will incorporate design elements that address the benefits associated with storm water collection, to conserve resources, restore natural elements, and improve the quality of life for residents and vis- itors. Discover Envision The ISI is a not-for-profit education and research organization founded by the American Public Works Association, the American Council of Engineering Companies, and the American Society of Civil Engineers. Envision was developed in joint collaboration between the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the ISI. Many of the Envision tools are available online and free to use. As Vice President for Public Education at the ISI, Denise Nelson provided valuable insight into ISI and Envision. Envision is broad and capable of covering multiple sectors of devel- opment and infrastructure while providing a single common system for evaluation. Speakers (S) and TEACHawaii members (T) from L-R: Doug Sereno (S), Jessica Cassman, Denise Nelson (S), Jon Young (T), Amber Takenouchi (S,T), Ross Sasamura (S), and Darin Izon (T).

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Kunia Country Farms Receives Hawaii’s First Envision SustainabilityAward at TEACHawaii Envision Workshopby TEACHawaii

The Kunia Country Farms project, owned bypartners Jason Brand, Cary Takenaka, and C.Scott Wo, was recently awarded the Institutefor Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) EnvisionGold award. The previous 17 Envision awardswere given to public projects throughout thecountry, making the Kunia Country Farms pro-ject the first private corporation, and first entityin the state of Hawaii, to receive Envision sus-tainable infrastructure recognition.

The award ceremony was part of theTEACHawaii Envision Workshop conducted onAugust 29, 2016. The goal of the workshop wasto discuss the necessity of sustainable infra-structure and to both discover and experiencethe Envision sustainable infrastructure ratingsystem.

The Envision Action Committee of Hawaii(TEACHawaii) is a task force consisting ofmembers from the local chapters of theAmerican Public Works Association, AmericanSociety of Civil Engineers, and AmericanCouncil of Engineering Companies. Formedwith the mission to TEACH Hawaii aboutEnvision, TEACHawaii is working to increaseawareness and incentivize change and sup-port for sustainable infrastructure.

Raise Your Bar Douglas Sereno, Director of Program

Management at the Port of Long Beach andchair of ASCE’s Committee on Sustainability,began the TEACHawaii workshop with indis-putable examples of changing environmentalconditions and calamities which have occurredbecause of our stationary engineering designstandards.

At the ASCE Sustainability Summit earlier thisyear, keynote speaker Ron Sims challengedcivil engineering professionals to take action,asserting that “We will either succeed becauseof your skills or we will fail because of yourindifference.”

Sereno’s keynote presentation called for anambitious transformation of the civil engineer-ing profession. All of us need to raise the bar,apply principles of sustainability and resiliencyto our projects, and advocate for the public andpeople that our infrastructure projects serve.

Civil engineers have an ethical duty to createenvironmentally, economically and sociallysustainable infrastructure to equitably meet theneeds of human welfare and to realize healthycommunities.

Sound a bit intangible and overwhelming?Good news, there is hope and help! Envision is

a multi-tool everyone can use to guide projectswith a holistic, measurable, and transparentapproach. It defines best sustainable practicesand packages them into 5 categories and 60credits with levels of achievement ranging fromimproved to restorative and innovative.Information on Envision can be found on theInstitute for Sustainable Infrastructure website,www.sustainableinfrastructure.org

Sustainability Efforts in Honolulu Currently there are 14 Envision Sustainability

Professionals (ENV SP) in the State of Hawaiithat are registered on the ISI website. Directorof Honolulu’s Department of FacilityMaintenance (DFM), Ross Sasamura, supportsthe mission of TEACHawaii and ISI, hopes thatsome of his staff will pursue ENV SP certifica-tion, but could not specify what, if any, of hisprojects would be utilizing the Envision tools.

Sasamura stressed the importance of waterto our culture here in Hawaii. Due to the uniqueway that Hawaii has developed historicallythrough Ahupua’a, from mauka to makai, thereis a basis for future efforts integrating conser-vation of water resources with storm waterquality improvements that will also help reduceand control incidences of localized flooding.

This approach will actually involve three (3)different City agencies: the Honolulu Board ofWater Supply (BWS), the DFM StormwaterQuality Branch (SWQ), and the DFM Division ofRoad Maintenance (DRM). While all three (3)agencies conduct public education and out-reach campaigns to address the issues of spe-cific concern to their respective responsibili-ties, a rain barrel embodies benefits that satis-fies each agency’s concerns.

For example: a rain barrel collects storm

water that may be used to irrigate plants andcrops conserving the water stored in ouraquifer for potable uses (a concern of theBWS). The storm water collected and stored ina rain barrel does not collect in our streetswhere it may cause localized flooding wherestorm drains and street drainage systems arenot constructed (a concern of the DRM). Andfinally, storm water collected and stored in arain barrel reduces discharges of oils, chemi-cals, sediment, and debris from the City stormdrain system (a concern of the SWQ).

Planned projects along the Kapalama Canaland other nearby areas will incorporate designelements that address the benefits associatedwith storm water collection, to conserveresources, restore natural elements, andimprove the quality of life for residents and vis-itors.

Discover EnvisionThe ISI is a not-for-profit education and

research organization founded by theAmerican Public Works Association, theAmerican Council of Engineering Companies,and the American Society of Civil Engineers.Envision was developed in joint collaborationbetween the Zofnass Program for SustainableInfrastructure at the Harvard UniversityGraduate School of Design and the ISI. Manyof the Envision tools are available online andfree to use.

As Vice President for Public Education at theISI, Denise Nelson provided valuable insightinto ISI and Envision. Envision is broad andcapable of covering multiple sectors of devel-opment and infrastructure while providing asingle common system for evaluation.

Speakers (S) and TEACHawaii members (T) from L-R: Doug Sereno (S), Jessica Cassman,Denise Nelson (S), Jon Young (T), Amber Takenouchi (S,T), Ross Sasamura (S), and DarinIzon (T).

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SAME Honolulu September 14, 2016 LunchMeeting Presentations#1 Topic: Akamai Summer Internship: BuildingHawaii’s Local Scientific and TechnicalWorkforce#1 Presenter: Austin Barnes, Institute forScientist and Engineer Educators at Universityof California, Santa Cruz

Austin Barnes is the program manager forthe Akamai Workforce Initiative, which runs anannual summer internship program in Hawaii toplace local undergraduates in high tech STEMpositions.  Austin is grateful to be a formerSAME Honolulu Scholarship recipient whomajored in astrophysics and chemistry as anundergraduate at Harvard University, returnedto the University of Hawaii at Manoa for a mas-ter’s in ocean and resources engineering, andnow is trying to help retain local students inSTEM fields here on the islands.#1 Synopsis: The Akamai Workforce Initiativeplaces STEM college students in summerinternship positions with Hawai‘i-based hightech companies, observatories, and govern-ment facilities.  The briefing will highlight thedesign of the Akamai program and its successin retaining Hawai‘i students in the STEM field,especially here in the islands.  Several of thesummer projects, such as diminishing shockon instruments at W.M. Keck Observatory,redesigning and installing a new declinationpin for the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope,automating testing for the military health the-ater medical data store application, and imple-menting a differential image motion monitor forthe Air Force Research Laboratory’s MauiSpace Surveillance Site will be presented.#2 Topic: SAME in the Pacific: The 2020 SAMEStrategic Plan - What it Means to You and thePacific Region#2 Presenter: Richard Stump, Regional VicePresident, Pacific-SAME.

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2015-2016 ASCE Hawaii Section OfficersPresident: Ben Rasa, P.E. email: [email protected]: Tim Goshi, P.E. email: t[email protected] Pres.: Lara Karamatsu,P.E. email: [email protected]: Eric Arakawa, P.E. email: [email protected]: Jason Kage, P.E. email: [email protected] Pres.: Glenn Miyasato, P.E. email: [email protected] Pres.: Amanda Tanaka, P.E. email: [email protected]

14TH ANNUAL ASCE HAWAII SECTIONSCHOLARSHIP GOLF TOURNAMENTBy the Golf Tournament Committee

On Friday August 26, 2016, the 14th AnnualASCE Hawaii Section Scholarship GolfTournament was held in Honor of Steve Fong.A 160 golfers enjoyed a day of fun in the sun as3 player teams scrambled along the PearlCountry Club course. It was a day filled withfun, laughter and camaraderie with proceedsto support the ASCE Student Chapter and thegrowth and development of future engineers.We would like to thank our sponsors, volun-teers, participants and committee membersand generous donations for making this annualevent a success. We look forward to everyonejoining us again next year!

ASCE HAWAII SECTION OCTOBER DINNERMEETING

The next Dinner Meeting is tentatively sched-uled for Thursday, October 20th at Dave andBusters. Details of the meeting will be emailedto the membership when they are finalized.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETINGLast held: September 7, 2016 Next meeting: October 5, 2016

CONTINUING EDUCATIONASCE National holds more than 275 semi-

nars and computer workshops each year on awide variety of technical, management, andregulatory topics. These seminars are held inmore than 45 cities across the U.S. In addition,ASCE offers customized on-site training andmany distance learning programs, includinglive interactive web/teleconference seminars,online courses and courses on CD, videotape,and audiotape. Please visit http://www.asce-hawaii.org/links.html and click on ASCENational for complete details.

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Please help us increase our scholarshipendowment so that we can recognize deserv-ing students. We continue to accept tax-deductible donations with the goal of increas-ing the annual scholarships. Make your checkpayable to ‘ASCE Hawaii Section’ and mail to:ASCE Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 917,Honolulu, HI 96808-0917. If you have anyquestions, please contact Glenn Miyasato at488-7579 or [email protected].

ASCE JOB LISTINGSThe following job listings are currently post-

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• Civil Engineer – CH2M• Water Engineer – CH2M• Assistant Program Administrator – City andCounty of Honolulu• Civil Engineer V (Geotechnical)– City &County of Honolulu• Civil Engineer V – City and County ofHonolulu• Mechanical Engineer V – City and County ofHonolulu• Structural Engineer V - City and County ofHonolulu• Junior Engineer – GPRM Prestress• Sr. Geotechnical/Geological Engineer – HartCrowser, Inc.• Project Geotechnical/Geological Engineer –Hart Crowser, Inc.• Project Manager - Kennedy/JenksConsultants• Staff Engineer (Honolulu Office) -Kennedy/Jenks Consultants• Staff Engineer (Other Hawaii Offices) -Kennedy/Jenks Consultants• Construction Project Engineer - Jas W.Glover• Principal Project Control Engineer/Specialist,AIRPORT – Parsons• Professional Engineer (Civil andEnvironmental Engineering) – SEY Engineers,Inc.• Civil Engineer V – SSFM International• Structural Engineer IV – SSFM International

For further information on these job listingsplease visit http://www.ascehawaii.org/job-list-ings.html. or to find out how you can post yourcompany job openings on our website, pleasecontact Tim Goshi at (808)791-3966 [email protected].

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2015-2016 YMF OfficersAmanda Tanaka, President

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for Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at 6:00 pm atThe M. If you are interested in attending andlearning more about the various professional,social and service opportunities availablethrough YMF, please contact YMF [email protected].

Bayview Golf Course By Mason Suga, GolfActivities Chair

On Sunday, August 14, 2016, YMF held agolf outing at Bayview Golf Course. ElevenYMF members and friends put their short gameto the test at the 18-hole par 60 course inKaneohe. Following the round, the golfersrelaxed, talked story and networked over somegood food and drinks at Brick Oven Pizza.Thanks to all who participated.

Adopt-a-HighwayBy Lori Higashi, Community Service Chair

On the Saturday, August 20, 2016, YMFteamed up with ITE for a joint Adopt-A-Highwayclean up. Adopt-A-Highway is a State DOT pro-gram providing public service by allowing vol-unteers from the community to pick up litteralong state highways. Volunteers spent theirmorning walking 2 miles of Kahekili Highwaypicking up litter to help keep our highway cleanand storm water runoff pollutant & debris free.Thank you to all the volunteers for coming outto this event, State DOT for supporting theAdopt-A-Highway program and to ClaireFukuoka from ITE for coordinating this eventwith YMF.

Judd Trail HikeBy Austin Wong and Emily Dong, SocialActivities Chairs

On Saturday, August 27, 2016, YMF hosted asocial hike to Judd Trail with a handful of atten-dees. Water and snacks were provided. Themaintained trail starts from a paved road inNuuanu Valley and has an elevation climb andfall in a loop trail. The trail crosses NuuanuStream and parallels the stream, with an inclineinto the natural forest vegetation. The lush veg-etation and Nuuanu stream were remindershow lucky and close we live to nature. Themosquitos were abundant but thankfully thereare no reports of Zika!

Pau Hana Happy Hour at Tipsy PigBy Emily Dong and Austin Wong, SocialActivities Chairs

On Friday, September 9, 2016, YMF hosted aPau Hana Happy Hour at Tipsy Pig, a karaokebar, by Ala Moana Center. There was a greatturn out, with over 20 members coming out tothe event. Many active and new memberssocialized and enjoyed each other’s company,while singing everything from classics to cur-rent hits. The social committee was able to pro-vide the food thanks to the generosity of ASCE.Thank you to all who came out!

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HAWAII CHAPTER OFFICERSPresident: Robert Bigtas S.S. Dannaway Associates [email protected] Vice President: Derick Kam Fire ProtectionSecretary: Ferdi Guinto Lohaus and AssociatesTreasurer: Sam Dannaway Coffman Engineers

The Society of

FIREPROTECTIONENGINEERS

HAWAII SFPE SEMINAR PRESENTATION

2016 NFPA 72National Fire Alarm Code

The Hawaii Chapter of the Society ofFire Protection Engineers is sponsoringthis excellent three-day seminar through aspecial arrangement with the National FireProtection Association. Sponsored by: HAWAII SFPEDate & Time: Three-day Seminar MondayNovember 7 to Wednesday November 9,2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM each day Registration on Monday is at 7:30 AM

Location: Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter GolfClubhouseCost: $ 1295 per person. The following discounts apply for regis-trations submitted before October 21,2016• $1195 for SFPE Members and Chapter

Friends• $ 995 per person for organizations that

send 3 or more personsFor information contact: Sam Dannaway,

Program Chairman, Hawaii Chapter SFPE,Tel (808) 526-9019 / Email:[email protected].

ONLINE REGISTRATION & PAYMENTAVAILABLE AThttp://sfpehawaii.memberlodge.org

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2016 BOD OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSPresident Jeffrey Hanyu 536-2108 [email protected] Pres Jonathan Murai 791-3952 [email protected] Secretary Lyle Carden 521-4513 [email protected] Kimberly Hoo 521-6958 [email protected] (Yr 2) Dennis Sakamoto 682-5737 [email protected] (Yr 2) Gaur Johnson 956-2377 [email protected] (Yr 1) Damien Enright 845-2474 [email protected] (Yr 1) Ryan Lawton 208-1433 [email protected] President Fernando Frontera 781-2802 [email protected]

PREVIOUS BOD MEETINGSeptember 7, 2016

General Membership Meetings/TechnicalSeminars/Events

For all events see seaoh.org or look for emailflyer for registration.• AISC Seminar – October 26 – Details to beannounced.• SEAOH Golf Tournament – Hoakalei CountryClub. October 21.

New Member ApplicationsApplication for the following individuals have

been received and are open for commentsfrom the membership: Wa Cham Hoi as aMEMBER; Jerald Pascua as an Associatemember; Rolando Bautista as an Affiliate mem-ber; Tyler Allen as a Student member; TimothyHo as a Student member.

Nominations for the 2017 SEAOH Board ofDirectors

WE WANT YOU! SEAOH is looking for enthu-siastic members to participate in the steward-ship of our organization. Please contactFernando Frontera if you have interest or wouldlike to nominate a fellow member to serve onnext year’s board (748-7028,[email protected]). We’re actively seek-ing volunteers or nominees for Vice President,Secretary, Treasurer and Director.

Next Meeting on October 5, 2016. For loca-tion, contact SEAOH President, Jeffrey Hanyu,[email protected].

The AmericanSociety of

Mechanical Engineers

www.asme-hi.com

ASME-HI 2015-2016 OfficersChairperson Derek Sato 543-4108 [email protected] Derick Kam [email protected] Victor Russell [email protected] Kevin Dang 737-1708 [email protected] Kory Ikeda HCES Rep: Derick KamAlternate: Derek Sato

NEXT ASME-HAWAII SECTION GENERALMEMBERSHIP MEETINGDate: October 19, 2016Time: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pmPlace: HECO Ward Ave Cafeteria ConferenceRoom

All members are invited and encouraged toattend our meetings. There are always lots offree pizza and soft drinks. Please contactChairman Derek Sato for directions and formore information, such as parking withinHawaiian Electric’s Ward Avenue facilities.

ASME AT KAILUA HIGH SCHOOL CAREERFAIR

ASME-HI will again participate in the KailuaHigh School Career Fair planned for November4, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM in the schoolgym. This is a poster, displays, pamphlets, andQ&A session where students visit and wespeak about our jobs and experiences, and tryto promote mechanical engineering.

Besides the informational pamphlets, ASME-HI pencils are handed out to the inquiring stu-dents. ASME-HI members answering the stu-dents’ questions include Derek Sato, RonaldFlegal, Raymond Liu, and Ed Chang.

MATHCOUNTS 2017 COMPETITION DATESFor those planning to help proctor and score

the Hawaii Society of Professional Engineers(HSPE) sponsored 2017 MATHCOUNTSCompetition, Barry Nakamoto reported that theOahu Chapter Competition will be heldSaturday, February 4, 2017, and the HawaiiState Competition on Saturday, March 4, 2017.Both competitions will be held at KamehamehaMiddle School Kapalama Campus.

Barry Nakamoto and ASME member NathanYuen are co-coordinators for HSPE’s HawaiiMATHCOUNTS competitions. ASME’s EdChang and Ronald Flegal will be recruitingboth competitions proctor and scorer volun-teers.

ASME MEMBERSHIP MEETINGSKudos to the ASME-HI Executive Committee,

the Student Section officers, Dr. Zac Trimble,and Dr. Mehrdad G. Nejhad for promoting ourMechanical Engineers’ meetings. ChairmanDerek Sato with the help of Derick Kam, KevinDang, Victor Russell, Ronald Flegal andRaymond Liu conducts the meetings withreports from the Student Section and theDepartment of Mechanical Engineering (DME)by Dr. Zac Trimble. These meetings help keepASME-HI members informed and keep theSection connected to the students and DME.The next meeting is planned for October 19,2016 in the Hawaiian Electric Ward Avenuecafeteria. All members are encouraged toattend. Please contact Derek Sato for moreinformation.

P.O. Box 4135, Honolulu, Hawaii 96812Website: http://www.falea.org

2014-16 Officers/BoDirectorsPresident: Francisco T. Cruzata, AIAVP/Pres-Elect: Gene C. Albano, Jr., PE, LEED APSecretary: Maritez A. MarquezTreasurer: Riza Marie R. Gatdula, EITAss’t Treas: Belinda P.TeguiAuditor: Ramon B. Bonoan, Jr., LEED GABus. Manager: Ferdinand B. Guinto, PEPress Rel. Off: John C. Ramos, PE, CSPPast President: Jeoffrey S. Cudiamat, PEHCES Rep: Francisco T. Cruzata, AIAAlternate: Gene C. Albano, Jr., PE, LEED AP

September 2016 HIGHLIGHTS: PRO-POSED BY-LAWS CHANGES – As we go topress, and by the time you read this, youshould have received, reviewed, and gave

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YEAR-END ACTIVITIES – More to comefolks! Our traditional Officers/DirectorsInstallation, and also Christmas and New Yearare just around the corner!

HAVE A GREAT MONTH, & SEE YOU ALLAT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING!

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LETTER FROM THE ACECH PRESIDENTWritten by Corey Matsuoka,P.E., PMP, LEED AP

By now we’re all familiar with LEED, the thirdparty rating and verification system for greenbuildings. But what if the project we’re workingon is not a building, but a highway, park orwaterline? Shouldn’t those projects bedesigned and constructed with sustainability inmind also? Of course the answer is yes!

On August 29th of this year, the HawaiiChapters of ACEC, APWA and ASCE jointlyhosted a workshop to present just such a veri-fication system. It’s called Envision, developedby the  Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure(ISI), and it provides guidance on sustainablebest practices for infrastructure design, con-struction and operation. If you haven’t heardabout it, check it out since people like RossSasamura (the Director and Chief Engineer ofthe Department of Facility Maintenance for theCity and County of Honolulu) already knowabout it. Mr. Sasamura was one of the manyaccomplished speakers on the day.

Another one of the speakers was JasonBrand, President of Brand Industrial Group,Kunia Country Farms. Mr. Brand describedfrom an owner’s point of view, Hawaii’s firstEnvision verified project, Kunia Country Farms.Kunia Country Farms is a local company with apurpose to help Hawaii become food indepen-dent in a sustainable manner. Kunia CountryFarms is also the first Envision sustainableinfrastructure entity in the state of Hawaii, andthe first private corporation in the nation toreceive an Envision award. Congratulations toMr. Brand and Kunia Country Farms!

ACEC, APWA and ASCE are all aboard theEnvision train and soon I’ll be able to start mymessage with “we’re all familiar with Envision”.Corey Matsuoka, P.E., PMP, LEED APACECH President (FY 2016-2017)

P.O. Box 88840Honolulu, HI 96830Website: www.acechawaii.org

2016-2017 Board of DirectorsPresident - Corey Matsuoka, SSFM InternationalPresident-Elect - Jeff Kalani, Yogi Kwong EngineersTreasurer - Sean Sugai, Ronald N.S. Ho & AssociatesSecretary - Ken Kawahara, Akinaka & Associates,Ltd.National Director - Janice Marsters, Hart Crowser Past President - Robin Lim, GeolabsDirector - Garret Masuda, Insynergy Engineering, Inc.Director - Liana Choy, Sato & Associates, Inc.Director - Paul Matsuda, Group 70 International

CCMAA Hawaii Chapterhttp://hawchapter.cmaa.org

2016 Hawaii Chapter OfficersPresident: Bill Thornton (Ledcor) [email protected] Pres: Chandra Namumnart (EKNA Services) [email protected] Secretary: Craig Williamson (Bowers+Kubota) [email protected] Treasurer: Julie Hero (SSFM) [email protected] Past President: Derek Mukai (Community Planning & Engineering) [email protected] Directors: Tim Bramsen (Bowers+Kubota) Mike Young (Bowers+Kubota) Jeff Clark (Fluor)

CMAA Hawaii Chapter News:September is always a busy month for us

here at CMAA, and this one was certainly noexception!

On Sept 15th our chapter held our quarterlynetworking Happy Hour at Real- A Gastropub,This event was well attended and as usual pro-vided our chapter members an opportunity tomake new acquaintances, connect with ourpeers, compare notes on managing our pro-jects, or just enjoy the camaraderie- manythanks to the guys from CH2M for putting thisevent together!

Up next in September was our kickoff to2017 CMAA Hawaii Board elections, which willclose out at the end of September- stay tunedin October for the 2017 Board election results.We look forward to our new leadership contin-uing to build on the successes of our past!

On September 30th, we held our 5th AnnualCMAA Scholarship Golf Tournament at CoralCreek Golf Course in Kapolei to fund scholar-ships for our Hawaii CM students as well as ourchapter’s other yearly events and activities.Many thanks to our generous sponsors and tothose of you who took part in the tournamentfor all of your support. Also a big Mahalo needsto go out to Jason Sugibayashi, and FrankCamacho from Community Planning andEngineering as well as our volunteer HCC CMstudents for planning and facilitating anothergreat event!

Coming up October 9-11, CMAA Nationalwill hold the CMAA National Conference in SanDiego CA. At the Industry Recognition Dinnerbeing held on Tues Oct 11th, our own ChrisTakashige will receive the CMCI Mehdi HeydariCCM of the Year Award! Congratulations Chrisand thank you for all that you have done forConstruction Management in Hawaii, and forbringing this award home for the first time!

Finally in October- please join us in welcom-ing our 2017 CMAA Board and thanking our2016 Outgoing Board, Committee Chairs andmembers at our 2016 end of the Year Painabeing held on Friday Oct 28th at 5pm at Daveand Busters Rooftop Sunset Lanai in Honolulu.Please join us and be a part of our Ohana! Ourchapter is here as a resource for allConstruction Engineering and Managementprofessionals, and the things that we do benefitnot only our CM community but our largerOhana as well.

If you have any questions regarding any ofour upcoming events, would like to join ourOhana and become more involved with theCMAA Hawaii Chapter or would simply like tobe added to our email list, please email us [email protected], or at our mailingaddress; CMAA Hawaii, PO Box 531, Honolulu,HI 96809.

Looking for a CCM? The current listing for allHawaii CCMs can be found here:https://cmaanet.org/certified-construction-managers-registry. UHM College of Engineering

Deans and ChairsInterim Dean H. Ronald RiggsAssistant Dean Song K. ChoiCEE Chair Panos PrevedourosEE Chair Wayne ShiromaME Chair Mehrdad N. Ghasemi NejhadHCAC Director Magdy Iskander

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VEX ROBOTICS COMPETITION VEX VRC(Grades 6-12)10/8-9: Pan Pacific VEX Championship,

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The Pan Pacific VEX Tournament atKamehameha School on OCT 7-9, is a verylarge tournament and requires volunteers forjudges, referees, other tasks, so IF you areinterested, please reply directly with thename(s) and volunteer position(s) that theyhave in mind to:Ms. Harmony Paz

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Project and infrastructure owners can utilizeone system, Envision, for all of their projectsincluding, but not limited to wastewater treat-ment plants, water distribution mains, floodcontrol and urban drainage systems, roads,highways, airports, and harbors.

Envision can be used at no cost for projectplanning and self-assessment purposes. Anoptional independent, third party reviewprocess called verification qualifies projects tobecome eligible for recognition and awards.Verification fees are based on project size.

One of the major benefits of Envision verifi-cation is that the process promotes best prac-tices, triple bottom line benefits, project trans-parency, accountability, and good governance.In this way, Envision is great tool for addressingcontroversial project concerns effectively.Another benefit is that the system allows pro-jects to be compared on a sustainability scorebasis across disciplines and project function.

Every verified project must have one ENV SPon record. Completion of an online or in-persontraining is required to become eligible to takethe online ENV SP test. In-person trainingallows for a custom learning experience tai-lored to local needs and concerns.

Experience EnvisionThe afternoon session of the workshop pro-

vided attendees with a better understanding ofthe Envision assessment process. AmberTakenouchi of Blue Ocean Civil Consultingmoderated the experience which includedexamples of how the Kunia Country Farmscredits were rated and how the verificationsubmittal was put together.

Attendees were separated into severalgroups, each led by an ENV SP. Each groupdiscussed and analyzed several credits andpresented their conclusions. The group analy-sis provided additional insight into the detailsof the Envision credits.

The experience was engaging, showing howsome credits are related, that credits caninversely impact others, how all credits are notcreated equal, and that many credits are sub-jective leaving it up to the ENV SP to determinehow best to support their assessment.

Workshop attendees were inspired andmany left with a desire to make Envision hap-pen in Hawaii. When asked what they remem-ber most about the workshop, follows is whatsome had to say:• “Considering sustainability in our designs isthe main objective, the scoring is secondary.”

• “Made me think about the purpose of engi-neering and how we should be more responsi-ble to protect this planet we all live in.” • “Adjusting our designs to the changing worldaround us and not to just rely on old standardsall of the time. Think about if what we are doingmakes sense.”

What’s Next? A training workshop in Hawaii is being

planned for January. This full-day workshopwill equip participants to take the ENV SPexam. This workshop can be taken in lieu of theonline training course available on the ISI web-site. The workshop presentations, discussions,and group exercises will be facilitated by anISI-approved Envision trainer. Participants willreceive access to the presentation slides,online training course, Envision guidance man-ual, references to additional resources, andlinks to social media venues for continuedinvolvement in the Envision professional com-munity.

About Kunia Country FarmsKunia Country Farms (KCF) is one of the

largest commercial aquaponics farms and pro-ducers of leafy greens in Hawaii. The projectsustainably grows local produce in a mannerthat minimizes wastes, achieves economic sus-tainability and helps reduce Hawaii’s fooddependence on imports, and Kunia CountyFarms has become a main supplier ofaquaponic lettuce to the islands’ supermarketsand high-end restaurants. KCF was awardedthe Gold award for its’ focus on the develop-ment and implementation of

Zero Impact Farming, which minimizeswater and electricity use, soil degradation, pol-lution and other environmental economies, andmaximizes land efficiency, labor efficiency, andthe production process. “Sustainable infra-structure comes in all shapes and sizes, andISI is proud to recognize Kunia Country Farmsfor its contribution to the local community, envi-ronment, and economy” said ISI President andCEO, William Bertera. “Sustainable infrastruc-ture serves the community, whether it is pub-licly owned or privately owned, and this projecthighlights the impact of the sustainability of pri-vately owned infrastructure on the local econo-my.”

“The farm is designed to provide locallygrown produce using sustainable techniquesand practices, helping Hawaii achieve foodindependence from imports,” said JasonBrand, KCF owner and president of the BrandIndustrial Group, Inc., which maintains activeequity positions in sustainable farming and

Kunia Country Farms, from page 1

Kunia Country Farm Partners (L-R), ScottWo, Jason Brand, and Cary Takenaka, withDenise Nelson, Vice President, Institute forSustainable Infrastructure presenting theaward.

production ventures (including KCF) in Hawaii.“It is humbling to know that our efforts are hav-ing a positive impact on our community.”

The KCF’s sustainability achievementscaught the attention of Blue Ocean CivilConsulting (BOCC), who nominated the projectfor assessment in the Envision rating system.“KCF took industry-transforming risks, andwe’re inspired by their innovation and commit-ment to sustainability and resiliency,” statedBOCC principal engineer Amber Takenouchi.“Envision verification provides a credible andindependent means to measure the project’ssustainability successes and will further theKCF, BOCC and TEACHawaii missions.”

“The Envision rating system is a multi-toolwith potential use in a wide variety of projects,”said TEACHawaii member Jon Young. “All pro-jects – especially our public infrastructure pro-jects, could use a greater focus on transparen-cy, collaborative ingenuity, environmentalresponsibility, and resiliency. Envision pro-motes a streamlined navigation of sustainabilitygoals.”

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