Pukalani, Maui, Hawai‘i
The Kamehameha Schools Maui Facilities Assessment focuses on assessing the current condition of the campus’ physical assets, the functionality of its instructional and administrative spaces, and the state of campus sustainability initiatives. The Facilities Assessment will be utilized as a facility-planning tool to define parameters and assist in the future planning for the Maui Campus. The project included extensive interviews with campus faculty, staff, and administration, which, in turn, provided a baseline for identifying future development and curriculum opportunities.
The Sustainability Assessment portion of the project builds on values rooted in the Kamehameha Schools’ foundations in Kula Hawai‘i and ‘āina-based learning. The Sustainability Assessment addresses current campus initiatives as well as potential in the following categories: Sustainability Policy and Administration, Climate Change and Energy, Food, Waste Management, Green Building and Infrastructure, and Curriculum and Community. The assessment guide was developed by integrating interview and survey results from facility users and administration with the Hawai‘i Collaborative for High Performance Schools (HI-CHPS) for New Construction and Major Modernization.