18th ANNUAL INSTALLATION BANQUET

GUEST PRESENTATION BY HUNT MOSS HAWAII VICE PRESIDENT DOUGLAS ROGERS
THE HUNT MOSS STRATEGIC ALLIANCE

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The Hawaii Steel Alliance presents it's 18th Annual Installation Banquet at Pomaika'i Ballrooms (Dole Cannery, Iwilei) on Friday, April 24th, 2015 at 5:30 pm.

This Years Program:

  • Installation of new Officers and Directors
  • Recognition of new Lifetime Member
  • Entertainment by Vance Texeira
  • Guest Speaker Douglas Rogers of Hunt Moss Hawaii

Donations for raffles are being accepted. Please send a message to info@hawaiisteel.com if you are interested.

Dinner Menu

Caesar Salad with Parmesan and Croutons

Roasted Tomato Soup

Choice of Entree:

  • Char Broiled Salmon with Artichoke Tomato and Mushroom Relish, Vegetables, and Roasted Red Potatoes, or
  • Char Broiled Rib Eye with Mushroom Ragout, Vegetables, and Mashed Potatoes, or
  • Vegan Risotto

Rolls and Butter

Freshly Brewed Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Hot Tea, and Mango Breeze Iced Tea

Capuccino Caramel Gelato (or Lilikoi Sorbet for Vegans)

Registration

Registration includes dinner, complimentary hosted beverage, and validated parking.

Early Registration Deadline is April 20th. (Extensions not allowed due to strick headcount deadline at Pomaikai Ballrooms.)

Discounted Tables of Six Available

Company Sponsorships Available

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(Business or Aloha Attire Please)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Benefits of Membership

HSA membership benefits include several networking opportunities, access to the latest research and development, up-to-date information, dinner meetings with expert speakers, and other important resources. In addition, by belonging to the HSA you can participate in the Alliance’s future direction and more. And last but not least, you will belong to our HSA Ohana, where lasting friendships are made, and we do our part to use the most recycled product in the world.  Click here to Join Today

 

Steel Framing and the Energy Code

 

Now that the State and Counties have adopted the new International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), specifiers and contractors need to be aware of alternatives that may be used instead of costly continuous foam insulation. For residential construction, the State has added exceptions to continuous foam. For commercial construction, there are other options to use besides the IECC. Click here for more information.    Commercial     Residential

 

 

 
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