WRRC Seminar: Water Planning for the Manoa Campus
May 1, 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Mānoa Campus, Watanabe 112
Water Planning for the Manoa Campus, University of Hawaii (UHM)
Sharon Ching Williams, UHM Campus Architect
The UH-Manoa Office of Physical, Environmental, and Long-Range Planning strives to integrate sustainable water management strategies for the campus in balance with a multiplicity of competing requirements, such as landscaping, transportation, external watershed activities, and of course, budget. Sharon Williams will share experiences from the administration's water master planning process, illustrating how current draft proposals for water supply, wastewater disposal, and stormwater management meet current obligations to the City Department of Planning & Permitting per UHM's Planned Review Use permit, yet are just a preliminary base upon which further sustainable strategies can be built. We encourage open discussion, insight, and ideas for completing the planning process and implementing sustainable water management practices on campus and in the neighboring watershed community.
Sharon Ching WIlliams is the UHM Campus Architect and will represent collaborative efforts by UHM Planning, UHM Facilities Maintenance, and consultant RM Towill Corp. in this presentation. She earned a Doctorate in Architecture from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, a Master of Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from USC.
Water Resources Research Center, Mānoa Campus
Philip Moravcik, 956-3097, email@example.com, http://www.wrrc.hawaii.edu/seminars.php