May 2010 | Categories: Awards
PVA Wins Commercial Renovation Award for Ko'a Kea Hotel & Resort at the 2010 NAIOP Kukulu Hale Awards
Peter Vincent Architects was proud to accept the Commercial Renovation Award for projects over 40,000 sf at this year's NAIOP Kukulu Hale Awards on May 7th.
Ko'a Kea Hotel & Resort (formerly the Poipu Beach Hotel), a valued part of the Poipu community since the 1960's on the island of Kauai, was completely renovated after suffering devastating effects of Hurricane Iniki. Ko'a Kea was one of the last two hotels that remained unopened since Iniki struck the island in 1992.
April 2010 | Categories: Media
In Case You Missed It
Peter Vincent's Great Room Renovation was featured on HGTV's "Bang for Your Buck" on March 26, 2010. Click on the link below to find out if Peter's Great Room renovation was the biggest bang for the buck!
January 2010 | Categories: Media
Peter Vincent to appear on HGTV's "Bang for your Buck"
Peter's home will be featured on the HGTV show in an episode showcasing Great Room renovations. For those that are not familiar with the program, there are 3 renovations featured and at the end of the episode the "experts" decide which remodeling decisions have the highest return on investment. Filming will begin at the end of January.
Stay tuned for more details.
September 2009 | Categories: People
Arnie Valero Promoted to QC/Technical Manager at Peter Vincent Architects
Arnie Valero has been promoted to QC/Technical Manager at PVA. Arnie joined the firm in October 2008 as Senior Project Architect with over 20 years of experience in Project Management. He holds a B.S. in Architecture from Adamson University, Manila, Philippines.
Arnie's projects of note include the Kahala Estate and the Moana Surfrider Wedding Facility.
July 2009 | Categories: Awards
Peter Vincent Architects Wins AIA Honolulu Award of Merit
Peter Vincent Architects was honored at the AIA Honolulu Design Awards Gala on June 23, 2009. PVA received the Award of Merit for the recently completed Na Manu Eha Renovations and Additions to 1938 Albert Ives Designed Diamond Head Residence.
The International Style Architecture incorporated indoor/outdoor design elements specific to Hawaiian climate. The steeply sloped site and new cantilevered swimming pool affords sweeping views Gold Coast views.