2017 CMAA National Project Achievement Awards

Have you completed CM work on a project between June 2016 and 2017, that you are proud of and feel deserves recognition? If so, here is the opportunity to put your project in the spotlight and shed some light on your project team for a job well done. Submissions for the 2017 CMAA National Project Achievement Awards are being accepted until midnight, June 5th. This competition is open to both CMAA members and Non-Members

To be eligible for the award, the project which you are submitting must have been completed between June 3, 2016 and June 2, 2017.

If you intend to submit a project for the National award, please send a quick email to the Hawaii chapter at Hawaii.cmaa@gmail.com and let us know.

Good Luck!

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The May 2017 issue of Wiliki O Hawaii is here!

Wiliki O Hawaii is a monthly publication that reports on and brings together Hawaii’s Engineering, Construction Management, and Survey Organizations. The Publication is issued by The Hawaii Council of Engineering Societies (Editor: Warren Yamamoto), and is a great way to stay informed on the activities of our peer organizations.

Click HERE for the May 2017 edition of the Wiliki Newsletter.

6th Annual Mini-Conference


UPDATE: There is still time to register! Registration will be open till Tuesday, May 16th. Sign up today!

The CMAA Hawaii Chapter’s 6th Annual Mini-Conference takes place on Thursday, May 18, 2017 at the Ko’olau Ballrooms.

Please join us on the Windward side as we meet and mingle with fellow CM friends and colleagues; listen to informational and technical sessions; and visit various exhibitors. Continental breakfast and luncheon buffet provided.

CCM attendees are eligible to receive a total of nine (9) recertification points at the conference:
-Two (2) points for attending the conference
-One (1) point for attending each session and
-One (1) point for attending the lunch session
Please enter your CCM ID # on the form.

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