Hawaii - Pacific Chapter

The APT Hawaii-Pacific Islands Chapter is comprised of members of the Association for Preservation Technology International (APT International) who currently reside in Hawaii and the Pacific US territories.

The APT Hawaii-Pacific Islands Chapter was formally constituted in 2012; the inaugural event was a guided tour of the recently restored Ford Island Control Tower at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Oahu, Hawaii.

In addition to enjoying the sunny days, tropical breezes and swaying palm trees, the chapter is committed to the following goals:

  • Create training and professional education opportunities in conservation and preservation technology through workshops, tours, and other preservation-related events
  • Raise awareness and appreciation of historic preservation
  • Promote discussion of conservation challenges
  • Share resources with other related organizations such as Historic Hawaii Foundation, DOCOMOMO, and ICOMOS
  • Increase membership and participation in APT International

Membership in the Chapter is automatic for all APT members in the Hawaii and the US Pacific Territories. There are no additional dues.

Chapter Officers:

Barbara Shideler, President
Joy Davidson, Vice-President
Katie Stephens, Secretary