Lahainaluna High School Cafeteria

20,000 square feet
LEED Silver
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The new Lahainaluna High School Cafetorium will provide 20,000 square feet of modern cooking, dining, and assembly space for 1,100 students and faculty. Completed in December 2011, the LEED® Silver equivalent building will meet the diverse needs of a growing campus and community. The naturally ventilated dining room emulates the sloping hillside and takes advantage of commanding views of West Maui and the neighbor island of Lanai. Perimeter glass jalousie windows allow for maximum ventilation and visibility while high-bay louvers allow for heat exhaust. Multiple dimmable solar-tubes provide users with controlled daylight without solar heat gain. A unique wrap-around lanai provides for shaded exterior dining integrated with an open-air entry plaza and seating area.

Sustainable Design Strategies

  • Cross & stack ventilation
  • Low-velocity high-efficiency circulating fans
  • Daylight & shading systems
  • High performance building envelope
  • Native, drought tolerant landscaping
  • Construction materials with recycled content
  • Construction materials with low VOC content
  • Solar hot water heating system
  • Construction waste management
  • Construction indoor air quality management
  • Web-based building performance monitoring