First Hawaiian Center

Honolulu, Hawaii

1996

Kohn Pedersen Fox

Fletcher Pacific Construction Company

Overview

The First Hawaiian Center is the world corporate headquarters of the First Hawaiian Bank, the oldest and largest bank based in Hawaii. It is considered a "unique marriage of commerce and the arts". It houses a contemporary museum of local Hawaiian works, as well as a three story banking hall.
The building was met with controversy as Hawaii residents became concerned about...

Specifications

  • Consultant

    N/A

  • Floors

    30

  • U-value

    N/A

  • Depth of System

    7-1/4

  • Thermal Break

    N/A

  • Glazing Frame Type

    2-sided structural, 2-sided captured

  • Glass Type

    - 1" low-e green vision IGU
    - 1-5/16" outboard LAM. IGU w/striped frit

  • Design Wind Pressure

    P = +50 PSF, -50PSF, local reinforcing up -65PSF

  • Nominal Stack Joint Dim

    3/4

  • Exterior Finishes

    Exotic silver (3-coat Duranar CL)

  • Interior Finishes

    Exotic silver (3-coat Duranar CL)

  • Embed

    12

  • Anchor Type

    Steel plate embedded on top of slab, Halfen channels in side of slab

  • In fills / Special Material

    Horizontal and vertical sunshades, limestone and granite, skylight, art glass

  • Project Type

    Commercial