May 2016 Renton, Washington - Global Engineering & Construction LLC received a Preservation Honor Award at the Historic Hawai'i Foundation's 2016 Preservation Honor Awards Ceremony for the rehabilitation of Building 160 at Tripler Army Medical Center

May 2016 Renton, Washington - Global Engineering & Construction LLC received a Preservation Honor Award at the Historic Hawai'i Foundation's 2016 Preservation Honor Awards Ceremony for the rehabilitation of Building 160 at Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu. Building 160 is an orginal building of Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) that was constructed in 1948. It is a Modern building of reserved style. It originally functioned as a general purpose warehouse and is a contributing memeber of the National Register eligible district TAMC. The rehabilitation converted the warehouse into a Command Suite for the REgional Health Command, Pacific. The project required that the interior be re-purposed and sub-divided into administrative space. Building 160 retained all of its original significant features, had some of its lost features restored, maintained its setting of its designed and constructed landscape and received an adapative re-use to allow the building to be functional while its historic character was maintained and enhanced.