Seminars: Session Details
Making Kihei Campus Net-zero
|Time & Location||3:30PM - 4:30PM | Room 314|
Ryan Sullivan & Lindsay Ching
This presentation will focus on the design concepts and sustainable strategies being implemented for Kihei High School on Maui. The brand-new campus is being designed from the ground up to incorporate the latest passive green strategies that will be used as a model for future DOE projects throughout the state. With an ultimate goal of net zero energy, the campus is being designed to take full advantage of the abundant sunlight and natural forces found throughout the site. We will discuss various green strategies that were explored and how they will be implemented throughout the project to achieve the goals of sustainability and good design.
Ryan Sullivan, AIA, LEED AP is an associate at G70 with experience working on a broad range of educational, commercial, hospitality and residential projects throughout the United States, Asia and Hawaii. Some of the past projects he has worked on are CMORE Hale (LEED Platinum Laboratory) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Hawaii Baptist Academy’s new high school classroom buildings.
Lindsay Ching, D. Arch, is a designer at G70 and enjoys working primarily in the educational sector. Lindsay earned her Doctorate in Architecture from UH-Manoa, where she wrote her dissertation on climate change and building resilience. Her past experience in sustainable baseline reporting focused on facility assessments in the areas of energy, carbon, water and waste.