By: Erin Higa
At the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation’s 40th Annual Preservation Honor Awards on Friday night, HHF was recognized for multiple projects:
- Preservation Commendation Award, Hickam Building 1102
- Cultural Landscape Report
- Tree Protection Plan
- Preservation Commendation Award, Fort Kamehameha Historic District
- Preservation Award, IBM Building Rehabilitation
- Native Hawaiian Garden
When re-capping the night for all of us, Wendie said, “The event was wonderful! I was inspired by the diversity and quality of historic preservation efforts throughout Hawai‘i, and it was especially meaningful to see Glenn Mason receive well-deserved recognition as this year’s Frank Haines honoree.”
Congratulations to Wendie McAllaster, Rick Quinn, Robyn Sweesy, Tina Bushnell, Ryan Masuda; and a special thank you to David Franzen, for his wonderful photography work on Fort Kamehameha!
Click here to see HHF’s Historic Preservation work.
For David Franzen’s photography, please click here.
To read a Star Advertiser piece written about the event, click here.
Follow the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation @HistoricHawaii