Each year the Pacific Building Trade Expo offers a robust line-up of topical seminars to complement its all-day trade show. This year we have augmented our usual 24-seminar schedule with the addition of four seminars in the inaugural HONBLUE Center Stage venue on the main exhibition floor. All of the seminars will qualify for one AIA/CES learning unit (1 LU/HSW).

Seasoned professionals as well as those just starting their careers will find stimulating presentations on current trends, issues, case studies and opportunities of interest to the design and construction industries.

You will need your Expo admission badge to attend the seminars.

Track 8:00am - 9:00am 10:00am - 11:00am 2:15pm - 3:15pm 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Room 314
Session A1
LEEDing Hospitality Projects
Session A2
Moving Toward NZE: UH and USGBC Hawaii
Session A3
Historic Building Energy Measures
Session A4
Making Kihei Campus Net-zero
Room 317A
Session B1
Reimagining Learning Environments
Session B2
Design Competitions for Hawaii’s Future
Session B3
Two Schools: Sustainable Sonoma and Kakaako High-rise
Session B4
Honouliuli’s Historic WWII Structures
Room 317B
Session C1
Working with the Corps and the Future
Session C2
US Army Approach to Cyber Security
Session C3
NAVFAC Pacific Business Opportunities in Hawaii, Guam and Australia
Session C4
Design-Build: Expectations for NAVFAC Post Construction Award Design
Room 318A
Session D1
LED Video Display Wall Technology
Session D2
Fiberglass Performance for Windows and Doors
Session D3
Acoustics, Fire, Framing: Wall Innovations
Session D4
View All with View Walls
Building Technology
Room 318B
Session E1
Sophisticated Stone Systems
Session E2
Giving the Past a Future
Session E3
Trace it Back: Material and Market Transparency
Session E4
Wind Testing for Building HVAC
Room 319
Session F1
Successful Business Development Tips
Session F2
AEC Contract Updates!
Session F3
Best Practice: AEC Business Operations
Session F4
High-rise Fire Code Concepts
Session H1
Balcony Door Systems
Session H2
Access Control Overview
Session H3
Sound Control and Tiled Floors
Session H4
Modern Cooking Technologies for the Luxury Client
All seminars qualify for one AIA CES LU.
All seminars qualify for (HSW) Health Safety and Welfare credit.

AIA Honolulu is a registered provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems (CES). Credits earned will be reported upon completion to CES records for AIA members.