|Dillingham Hall Punahou School
ACEC Hawaii Engineering
Excellence 1995 Grand Conceptor
|Dillingham Hall on the campus of Punahou School was designed and built in 1927 by noted architect, Bertram the
enjoyment of performances. The necessity of open windows during performances would allow dust and traffic
noise to enter the auditorium, contributing to audience discomfort.
Renovation and restoration of the building interior challenged Notkin Hawaii Inc. to integrate an "invisible" air
conditioning system into the new building features. Imaginative use of air supply and return ducts transformed
functional components into handsome design elements. Notkin Hawaii Inc. also provided plumbing, ventilation and
fire protection systems for this award wining project.