Construction Leadership Council (CLC)
The purpose of the Construction Leadership Council is to serve as a resource for the next generation of GCA of Hawaii members. The CLC is to act as a conduit for the upcoming leaders to network, to exchange ideas about work and the industry, and to further develop leadership and profession of the industry.
For more on the CLC, check out "A Melting Pot for the Industry".
CLC FIRST FRIDAY FORUM
November's Feature Forum: TBD
November 5, 2021, 12:00 - 12:45pm
More information and to register coming soon.
INFORMATIONAL / PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EVENTS
The CLC recently held a construction job site tour at the 'A'ali'i project in Ward Village. Members got to hear about the process, challenges, and successes from a few of the project leaders before touring several areas of the almost complete project. After the tour, a pau hana networking event was held at Lokahi Brewery.
Big mahalo to Albert C. Kobayashi, Inc. and Ward Village / The Howard Hughes Corporation.
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS
One of the goals of the CLC is to reach out and do various community service projects. The first of these was a Lo'i cleanup event! The severe rains several months back in 2021 deeply damaged the North Shore of O'ahu. This project was aimed to help the farms re-establish streams and dams, as well as dig out buried kalo. The two farms supported were Homestead Poi Hanale Bishop Y& Sticky Famrs Lo'i.
Stay tuned for future community service project events!
If you are interested in joining the Construction Leadership Council, please contact Gladys at
CLC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:
Peter Mercuris, Hensel Phelps Construction
Kawika Nakoa, Albert C. Kobayashi, Inc.
Claire Thompson, Nordic PCL Construction
Travis Higa, Constructors Hawaii
Garrett Sullivan, Sullivan & Associates
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