Science, Technology and Creative Building, University of Hawaii

Allana Buick & Bers, Inc. (ABB), was retained by KYA Inc. to provide building envelope commissioning and peer review services for the new construction of the University of Hawaii – Sciences, Technology and Creative Building in Honolulu, Hawaii.

KYA was contracted by the University of Hawaii to provide design peer review of all submittals and material change requests for this design build project. The $35 million project was a new, two-story building on the University of Hawaii-West Oahu Campus. The building design included CMU masonry block exterior wall construction, standing seem metal roofing, and punched aluminum-framed windows built on slab-on-grade foundations. The building is approximately 38,951 square feet.

ABB worked with KYA and the project team to review the system selection for the building enclosure assemblies for the project. Systems included roofing, exterior facade weatherproofing, glazing fenestrations, and horizontal waterproofing. ABB proposed the following scope of services for the project: Schematic Design Phase Services, Design Development Phase Services and Construction
Documents Services.