Project Description

University of Hawaii at Hilo – The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy

The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy new construction met the demand for a high-tech college of pharmacy in the Pacific Rim, offering classrooms that accommodate applied learning, high-fidelity simulations, and allow for distance AV communications. AV components included simulation labs allowing students a hands-on approach to learning with touchscreen capabilities. Lab and classroom AV capabilities included the ability to incorporate interaction between classrooms, live interaction with distance instructors, and access to educational programming.

  • Client: University of Hawaii

  • Architect: WCIT Architecture

  • Program: Construction budget of 31 m for the 45,000 sf project, state-of-the-art technology including 4K projection, wall-mount screens and touchscreen controls, and distance learning equipment. Project is set to achieve LEED Silver certification.

  • Site: 4.5 Acres on UHH Campus