Sustaining Chinatown: Historic Preservation Summer Series

Historic Hawai‘i Foundation and the Chinatown Improvement District are pleased to announce the historic preservation summer series for 2016.

The 3-part series provides information about methods, techniques and resources to preserve historic commercial buildings. The seminars provide practical, specific information on maintaining and rehabilitating historic structures, helping them to continue to provide benefits to the owners, the historic district and the greater community.

The 2016 series will be held on the second Wednesday of the months of June, July and August from 12 – 1 p.m. at Lyon Associates, 45 No. King Street, 5th Floor. The one-hour classes are free and open to the public.

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Wednesday, JUNE 8:

Building System Upgrades: Mechanical Systems and Energy Conservation

Presented by:
Allana Buick & Bers Inc.

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Building System Upgrades: Mechanical Systems and Energy Conservation

Wednesday, JULY 13:

Hazardous Materials Abatement: Lead Paint, Asbestos, Canec and Pesticides

Presented by:
EMET

Wednesday, AUGUST 10:

Zoning and Special District Design Guidelines in Chinatown

Presented by:
City & County of Honolulu
Dept. of Planning & Permitting

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Zoning & Special District Design Guidelines in Chinatown

This series is proudly sponsored by:

Historic Hawaii Foundation, Chinatown Improvement District and Lyon Associates.

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