Architects Hawaii establishes endowment at UH Mānoa

Endowed fund to promote excellence within School of Architecture

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Margot Schrire, (808) 956-6774
Director of Communications
Posted: Feb 5, 2009

Architects Hawaii Limited, one of the state‘s oldest and largest architectural firms, has established a $60,000 endowment at the UH Mānoa School of Architecture. The funding will be utilized for student scholarships, travel, publications, specialized equipment, research, curriculum and program enhancement, special programs and plans for future development of the school.

"To commemorate our 60th anniversary, Architects Hawaii wanted to invest in the future of Hawaiʻi by establishing this endowment at the University of Hawaʻi to promote excellence in education of new architects and excellence in architecture and design," said David Miller, president and chief executive officer of Architects Hawaii.

"This generous contribution allows the school to position itself as a worldwide agent of change within the field of architecture," said Clark Llewellyn, dean of the School of Architecture. "Our partnership with Architects Hawaii gives us the tools necessary to provide leadership in professional education in a global environment."

Architects Hawaii Limited provides architectural, planning and interior design services in the hospitality, commercial retail, office, residential, healthcare, institutional and industrial facilities markets. The firm‘s impressive portfolio of award-winning projects extends around the globe. For 60 years, Architects Hawaii has been an integral part of shaping Hawaiʻi‘s cities and communities.