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2011 Kukulu Hale Awards—Building Community, Building Excellence

Recognizing excellence in Hawaii's commercial real estate industry

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About NAIOP Hawaii

NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association, is the leading organization for developers, owners and related professionals in office, industrial and mixed-use real estate. NAIOP comprises 56 chapters with 15,000+ members in North America and advocates responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.

The organization provides unparalleled networking opportunities, educational programs, research on trends and innovations and strong legislative representation. NAIOP's sister organization, the NAIOP Research Foundation, is one of the industry's leading think tanks dedicated to conducting research assessing the trends, economic viability and needs of the built environment

The Hawaii Chapter of NAIOP was chartered in 1988 and began with only a handful of members. Today the chapter has more than 90 members. NAIOP Hawaii offers monthly educational programs featuring industry experts and is the recognized forum for current issues that impact commercial real estate in Hawaii. It also is the leading networking association for the industry's key decision-makers.


NAIOP Hawaii 2011 Corporate Sponsors


Platinum Sponsors

Imanaka Kudo & Fujimoto
American Savings Bank

Gold Sponsors

Bank of Hawaii
CommonWealth REIT
First Hawaiian Bank
Grubb & Ellis/CBI Inc.
Kamehameha Schools
Kober/Hanssen/Mitchell Architects
Pacific Office Properties (Shidler)
The Pacific Resource Partnership

Silver Sponsors

Architects Hawaii, Ltd.
Belt Collins Hawaii
Bureau Veritas
Central Pacific Bank
D.R. Horton—Schuler Homes
The MacNaughton Group
MW Group, Ltd.

Bronze Sponsors

Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel
John Child & Company
KAI Hawaii, Inc.
Title Guaranty of Hawaii
Wells Fargo
Yamaguchi & Yamaguchi, Inc.


— NAIOP Hawaii Board of Directors —


Mitchell A. Imanaka

Daniel Cody

Larry Helm

Serge Krivatsy, MAI

Immediate Past President
Jackson Nakasone

Second Past President
Tony Mizuno

National Board Representative
Catherine Camp

Legislative Liaison
James Mee

Executive Director
Barbie Rosario

Jeff Arce
Paul D. Cool, MAI
Dean Hirabayashi
Stephen Keil
C. Michael Kido
Kurt Mitchell
Kenneth Pai
Rocco Sansone
Jan Yokota


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