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University was expanding and in need of additional classroom and
office space in time for the Fall 2001 semester. Group 70 International
Inc. worked closely with Hawaii Modular Space to design two modular
buildings for the campus.
Located on the
upper slope of the campus, the new complex has a sprawling view
of Waikiki and Diamond Head. The design preserves the character
of the Spanish Mission-style architecture of the existing campus
Science Building (Second Phase)
Eight modules make up this 5,607 square-foot school building which
includes two classrooms, nineteen offices, lunchroom, copy room,
men's and women's handicap accessible restrooms, telephone closet
and storage rooms.
siding is Hardipanel "stucco" style with skirting to match,
painted to blend with the existing stucco campus buildings. Windows
are vinyl half sliders, mulled and grided. The architectural design
of the roof includes a Spanish-parapet detail along the length of
the modules. Vinyl wrap sheet rock finishes the interior walls,
and carpets cover all floors except the restrooms and break room.
The ceiling is a suspended T-grid throughout. An ADA compliant ramp
was added for easy access to the building's main entrance.
Support Services (First Phase)
This 2,883 square-foot building was designed to accommodate Chaminade's
new Learning Support Center Department: a career services counseling
department, and the department's faculty offices. A covered walkway
with columns and a Spanish ceramic-style tiled shed roof add to
the mission look of the design. The interior layout includes a large
area in the middle of the building for students to use computer
stations and meet with counselors. There are seven faculty offices,
a conference room/break room and a copy room. The exterior windows
are horizontal half sliders with grids to coordinate with the architectural