Haleʻōlelo - He Kipa LEED

Haleʻōlelo - LEED Tours

Haʻaheo mākou i ka nani o Haleʻōlelo a me ka nui o ka noʻonoʻo ʻana no ka mālama honua a me ka mālama ikehu, mai ka wā i hakulau mua ʻia ai a hiki loa mai i kēia wā a i kēia mua aku hoʻi.

Ua nui loa ka hoʻomanawanui ʻana o mākou a loaʻa maila ka hale, a nui loa hoʻi ko mākou minamina a me ke aloha i kēlā a me kēia kūʻono, mai luna a lalo, mai uka a kai, ma nā wahi a pau hoʻi o ka honua hale. E kipa mai a e ʻike i ia mau nani ma kā mākou papahana Kipa LEED.

We are proud of the beauty of Haleʻōlelo and the great amount of thought surrounding the energy and Earth-conscious practices employed from the initial concept and design through to its occupancy today and also into the future.

We waited very patiently for many years before we were blessed with this building. We have a great amount of love and respect for it and place value in its maintenance and care in every nook and cranny. Please join us in a LEED Tour of the building to learn more.

He Mau Ki‘ina Hale ‘Ōma‘oma‘o Ko‘iko‘i
Key Green Building Strategies

Ke Kipa LEED

LEED Tours

Hoʻopaʻa Manawa

Schedule A Tour

E kelepona i ko mākou keʻena ma ka helu (808) 932-7222 no ka hoʻopaʻa ʻana i wā e kipa mai ai.
Please call our main office at (808) 932-7222 in order to schedule a time for your visit.

Ka ʻIkepili

Information

Ke kipa mai i Haleʻōlelo ma ka papahana Kipa LEED, e hāʻawi ʻia ana he palapala kiʻi o ka hale e hōʻike ana i nā wahi like ʻole e kō ai nā pahuhopu mālama honua a mālama ikehu hoʻi ma loko a ma waho o ka hale ponoʻī. Hāʻawi pū ʻia hoʻi he pepelu e hōʻike ana i nā manaʻo nui e hoʻokele ana i ka poʻe nāna i hakulau a kūkulu i ka hale.
When you visit Haleʻōlelo for a LEED Tour, you will be provided with a map showing the locations where we can explain our green practices and how we are doing our part to save the Earth and to save energy. You will also be given a brochure outlining the strategies that were used in the design and construction of the building.

He Mau Manaʻo Nui

Tour Highlighted Points

  • He kahua kaiaō
  • Ka mālama ʻana i ka wai
  • Ka mālama ʻana i ka ikehu
  • Ke ʻano o nā mea i hoʻohana ʻia
  • Ke ahuana o loko o ka hale
  • Sustainability of the site
  • Efficiency of water usage inside and outside
  • Energy efficiency and solar power
  • Materials and resources used
  • Indoor environmental quality

No ke aha e kipa ai?

Why come for a tour?

Makemake mākou e hōʻike aku i ko ke kaiaulu e ake ana e ʻike no nā hana "ʻōmaʻomaʻo" like ʻole i ahuwale ke nānā aku i ka hale e kū nei ma ke Kulanui o Hawaiʻi ma Hilo. E ʻike ana ka mea kipa no ke kiʻina noʻonoʻo ma ka wā hakulau, kūkulu, a mālama hoʻi i ka hale ma nā ʻano a pau, a me ka pili o ia lawena i ka mālama honua kula, ka honua kaiaulu, a me ka honua holoʻokoʻa. He mea hoʻi kā mākou Kipa LEED e kū ana i nā papahopu o nā papahana hoʻonaʻauao a ka USGBS.
We want to share with those in the community who wish to know more about green building strategies and real-life examples of their use here at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo. By visiting, you will learn more about how the planning, construction, and ongoing maintenance of the building is helpful to all people: occupants, those in the community, and hopefully everyone around the world. Furthermore, the tour falls in line with the USGBS educational outreach program goals.

Ma hea e holo ai?

Where does the tour go?

Lawe ʻia ka poʻe kipa ma loko a ma waho o ka hale i kekahi mau wahi kūpono no ka hōʻike ʻana i nā manaʻo nui. ʻAʻole ana e pilikia nā haumāna o ke Koleke ʻoiai ua hoʻolālā mua ʻia ke ala mākaʻikaʻi i mea e pilikia ʻole ai. He lumi hoʻi ko mākou me ka papa hōʻikeʻike e hōʻike mai ana i nā ʻano makelia like ʻole i hoʻohana ʻia i loko o ka hale ma ka wā kūkulu. E pūʻiwa ana paha ka maka i ka nani a me ka maʻemaʻe o ke kūkulu ʻia ʻana o ka hale a me ka mālama ʻia hoʻi ma ke ʻano he hale ʻōmaʻomaʻo.
Visitors are taken to locations chosen, both inside and outside, to exemplify the main points of the LEED program. Students and staff will not be disturbed or affected by your visit since we have carefully planned the tour path to minimize disturbance. We also have a room where we display a board and plans showing some of the materials used in the building's construction. Visitors will no doubt be amazed at how beautiful, clean, and well-built the bulding is, and how it is being maintained as a green building.
He Mau Ki‘ina Hale ‘Ōma‘oma‘o Ko‘iko‘i
Key Green Building Strategies