MASON Recognized for Three Preservation Awards!

We are honored to receive recognition from the Historic Hawaii Foundation (HHF) for three Preservation Awards at the 45th Annual Preservation Honor Awards Ceremony!

Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church

HHF’s Historic Preservation Honor Awards are Hawaii’s highest recognition of projects, organizations, publications or individuals active in preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, or interpretation of the State’s archaeological, architectural, and cultural sites.  Our three projects being recognized are:

  • The Filipino Community Center’s Rehabilitation. This project provided accessibility into and through the building, while restoring and updating the interior and exterior without changing the original floor plan or affecting the historic appearance.
The Filipino Community Center, before and after
  • Kilauea Elementary School Building B’s Rehabilitation. This project created a new space for the school administrative offices and brought life back to an underused historic building while maintaining its exterior characteristic features.
Kilauea Elementary School, before and after
  • Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church Renovations. This project accomplished repairs, improvements, and upgrades to the historic church while retaining its character-defining features.
Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church after pictures

We are excited to celebrate this recognition together with our clients and project team members, at HHF’s award ceremony and reception on May 31, 2019, at the YWCA Laniakea.  We are looking forward to learning about other recent preservation projects in our community as well!

MASON - “Redefining preservation one storied place at a time.”

Visit HHF's Historic Preservation Honor Awards article here!

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