Bishop Museum, Hawaiian Hall

A $16 million renovation project, Bishop Museum’s Hawaiian Hall has been completely restored to preserve its Victorian era style.  This project consists of a new galleria, multiple new entryways, marble chip terrazzo, electrical wiring, fire sprinklers, piping, and innovative lighting systems.  Air conditioning and ventilation, plumbing, fire protection and specialized mechanical systems were provided by MEH.  The hall was reopened in August 2009.