PBS Hawaii receives $50,000 grant from Matson Foundation for NEW HOME, February 23, 2015
HONOLULU, HI – PBS Hawaii has received a $50,000 grant from the Matson Foundation for the public television station's NEW HOME at the entrance to Sand Island.
The grant brings the sum that PBS Hawaii has raised for its new facility up to $23.9 million. The fundraising goal is $30 million.
PBS Hawaii receives $200,000 grant from Atherton Family Foundation for
NEW HOME, January 26, 2014
HONOLULU, HI – PBS Hawaii has received a $200,000 grant from the Atherton Family Foundation for the public television station's future home in Kalihi.
PBS Hawaii to showcase need for NEW HOME on Hawaii News Now, January 6, 2014
PUBLIC TELEVISION STATION GRANTED UNPRECEDENTED AIRTIME ON COMMERCIAL NEWS
HONOLULU – Nonprofit broadcaster PBS Hawaii has been granted unprecedented airtime
for its NEW HOME Campaign on Hawaii News Now's 10:00 p.m. newscast on Tuesday, Jan. 13.
"We're very proud to support PBS Hawaii, which is an essential and trusted part of our
community," said Rick Blangiardi, Hawaii News Now General Manager.
PBS Hawaii breaks ground for its NEW HOME, November 10, 2014
Honolulu, HI – PBS Hawaii hosted a small groundbreaking ceremony this morning on the site of its future home at 315 Sand Island Access Road in Kalihi.
From left: Neil Hannahs, former PBS Hawaii Board Chair; Robbie Alm, current PBS Hawaii Board Chair; Leslie Wilcox, PBS Hawaii President and CEO; Victoria Cuba, HIKI NŌ graduate; Cameron Nekota, PBS Hawaii Board Facilities Chair; Sheryl Seaman, architect; Justin Izumi, Allied Builders System.
PBS Hawaii receives $10,000 gift from Aloha Petroleum for NEW HOME Campaign, October 24, 2014
Honolulu, HI – PBS Hawaii recently received a $10,000 gift from Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. for the public television station's future home on Nimitz Highway and Sand Island Access Road.
From left: Cassandra Bui, Marketing Communications Manager, Aloha Petroleum; Ben Nishimoto, Vice President of Advancement, PBS Hawaii; Leslie Wilcox, President and CEO, PBS Hawaii; and Richard Parry, CEO, Aloha Petroleum. Photo courtesy Aloha Petroleum, Ltd.
PBS Hawaii announces general contractor for NEW HOME construction project, October 16, 2014
PBS Hawaii has selected a general contractor for the construction of its future home on N
imitz Highway and Sand Island Access Road.
Allied Builders System, a locally and employee-owned company, was chosen from a field
of 13 interested general contractors.
NEW HOME Campaign Update
PBS Hawaii is moving forward with our NEW HOME at the corner of Nimitz Highway and Sand Island Access Road in Honolulu.
A local company that's been leasing the site, American Electric, is vacating the property to make way for site work. Meantime, we're finalizing an agreement with a respected general contractor.
Construction of The Clarence T.C. Ching Campus of PBS Hawaii is to begin later this year, with completion in early 2016. We thank our Hawaii community for contributing $23 million toward the $30 million goal! We're still striving to reach our goal. If you'd like to help, please mark your check NEW HOME or go to www.PBSHawaii.org/newhome for more information.
General Contractors in the House
We had a succession of construction professionals walking the building here today at PBS Hawaii in Manoa. They were checking out our TV studio and broadcast equipment set-up on behalf of their companies.
Six general contractors, selected from an original field of 13 strong applicants, are planning to submit bids to build our new home along Nimitz Highway in Kalihi. During this process, they've been asking good questions and they've consulted outside specialists in television "integration."
We're looking forward to seeing their ideas and their prices for translating a 21st-century design by architectural firm Group 70 International into a striking two-story building in one of the most heavily traveled corridors in Honolulu.
Shaping Buildings, Shaping Lives: Q&A with Sheryl Seaman, Architect of PBS Hawaii's NEW HOME
PBS Hawaii sat down with NEW HOME architect and project principal Sheryl Seaman, AIA, ASID, LEED-AP, to talk about the process and vision that went into the design of PBS Hawaii's NEW HOME.
PBS Hawaii Prepares for NEW HOME Construction
PBS Hawaii is preparing to begin construction on its NEW HOME on Nimitz Highway and Sand Island Access Road later this year, with completion in 2016.
PBS Hawaii's NEW HOME Campaign Moves Forward
PBS Hawaii Board Chair Robbie Alm writes about what the near future holds for PBS Hawaii – a New Home at the corner of Nimitz Highway and Sand Island Access Road in Honolulu.
Three Empty Vessels
For nearly 40 years, we've filled our current studio at University Ave. and Dole St. with countless memories. Soon, we will be creating new memories in the three studios at our New Home.
Media Innovation Center
PBS Hawaii's 2,000 square foot Media Innovation Center will be a place for innovative, open thinking for HIKI NŌ students, teachers and mentors to train, learn, collaborate, discover and play.
NEWS RELEASE - PBS Hawaii Sells Waikiki Land for $3.5 Million -
Friday December 6, 2013
"PBS Hawaii today closed the sale of its Waikiki property for $3.5 million. The 28,761-square-foot land parcel, located at 1812 Kalakaua Avenue, was sold to locally owned..."
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