Seminars: Session Details
COMMUNITY MOBILITY TRACK
Session F3 (HSW)
|Time & Location||2:15PM - 3:15PM | Room 321|
As a collaborative piece of an overall master planned development in Kaka’ako, the Keauhou Lane Mixed-use Development project is the first truly integrated Transit Oriented Development project delivered to the Honolulu market. Conceptual design as it relates to community mobility will be spoken to, illustrating early ideas through delivery of a truly integrated project. This presentation aims to discuss the scope of overall mobility as it relates to our regional community, examining the project as it relates to urban Honolulu and the SALT masterplan, including connectivity of the future HART Civic Center Rail station as well as local retail programs that promote bicycle transit. Collaborative efforts with separate projects will be examined, whereas joint development agreements between Keauhou Lane and neighboring Keauhou Place helped both parties overcome site-specific challenges, maximizing circulation and creating a dynamic live-work community. Project-specific micro level connectivity within the building will be discussed, highlighting the conceptual process through the realization of an engaging and connected space.
Phillip Camp, AIA, has over a decade of lead architectural management experience on projects ranging from new class “A” commercial office towers to very complicated mixed-use multifamily development as well as design intensive custom residential and boutique commercial office / retail projects. With LEED and WELL Accreditation and an AEE Certified Energy Management Certification, Phil’s commitment to sustainable design goes beyond surface applied green washing accoutrements. He aims to focus on efforts that foster true sustainability with a pursuit of timeless design, quality detailing that reduces maintenance and increases longevity, as well as deep energy saving measures that will benefit the client’s operating costs for the life of the project.