Landscape Advisory Committee
The Landscape Advisory Committee functions in a advisory capacity to recommend policy and advise on all aspects relating to plans, proposals, projects and activities in all areas of the UHM campus outdoor environment.
Committee members collectively employ a wide range of academic expertise to help attain high quality in all aspects of the outdoor environment and provides oversight, assessment, and evaluation of all activities that impact this environment.
- Serves as the primary advocate for the campus of UH Mānoa.
- Promotes an attractive and appropriate campus environment that encourages and fosters positive academic and social interactions.
- Evaluates and encourages the functional and aesthetic organization of outdoor spaces and all they include.
- Reviews existing practices and plans for landscape modifications to promote appropriate design, maintenance of the long-term health of the plants, and the overall development of a landscape that supports the function and sustainability of a major research university.
- Fosters the adoption of landscape practices that are water and energy efficient.
- Develops projects that maintain the historic and educational landscape features of the campus.
- Roxanne Adams, Director, Buildings and Grounds Management
- Simon Bussiere, School of Architecture
- Hiapo Cashman, Ka Papa Lo‘i O Kānewai
- Richard Criley, emeritus, Tropical Plant & Soil Sciences
- Janet Gillmar, Campus Landscape Architect
- Andrew Kaufman, Tropical Plant & Soil Sciences
- Camilo Mora, Geography
- Jameson Ramelb, Landscape Manager
- Daniele Spirandelli, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, SeaGrant
- Judith Stilgenbauer, School of Architecture
- Nōweo Kai, Curator, Campus Arboretum
- Sharon Williams, Campus Planning Architect
- Restoration of the historic Joseph Rock Botanic Collection in Sinclair Grove and the Joseph Rock Palm Garden by Hawai‘i Hall
- The Mo‘ili‘ili Gateway
- Bicycle Plan
- Hamilton Library plaza, steps and grove improvements
- Campus tree protection policy, including canopy loss compensation
- Maintenance issues, including staffing, equipment and fragmented jurisdiction
- Aesthetic quality and relationship to recruitment and retention of students, faculty and staff
- Planting along Correa Road parking lots and Physical Science
- Sustainability Courtyard
- Quarry wall stabilization
- HIG courtyard landscaping
- Contributions to 2007 update of the Long Range Development Plan
- Skateboard use policy
- Historic botanic collection information for the Campus Heritage Report, 2008