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Congratulations 2016 AIA Honolulu Design Awards Winners

September 19, 2016 J. Uno & Associates, Inc. (JUA) had the privilege of sponsoring the 2016 AIA Honolulu Design Awards on Saturday, September 17 at the NOAA Inouye Regional Center.  Special congratulations to our talented friends at Architects Hawaii Ltd., Group 70 International, Inc., Ferraro Choi and Associates Ltd., WhiteSpace Architects, and to all other [...]

Congratulations 2016 AIA Honolulu Design Awards Winners2017-05-23T14:13:00+00:00

J. Uno & Associates Welcomes Vinson Hiraoka as Project Estimator

August 02, 2016 Honolulu, HI – J. Uno & Associates, Inc. welcomes Vinson Hiraoka as Project Estimator.  In this capacity, he will provide quality construction cost estimates to clients.  Mr. Hiraoka is a licensed architect with sixteen years of experience in the construction industry.  As an architect, he worked on federal, state, military, educational, and [...]

J. Uno & Associates Welcomes Vinson Hiraoka as Project Estimator2017-05-23T14:13:00+00:00

J. Uno & Associates Promotes Brett Katayama to Vice President

May 05, 2016 Honolulu, HI – J. Uno & Associates, Inc. announces the promotion of Brett Katayama to vice president.  In this capacity, he will oversee operations and estimates and will be responsible for the maintenance and growth of existing customer relations as well as new employee training.  Katayama joined the firm in 2010 and [...]

J. Uno & Associates Promotes Brett Katayama to Vice President2017-05-23T14:13:00+00:00

How I created a succession plan for my 25-year-old Honolulu-based construction cost consulting firm

Sep 26, 2014 By Joseph Uno, president of J. Uno & Associates, a business owner born in the middle of the Baby Boomer generation Published By: Pacific Business News (requires subscription) Joseph Uno, President, J. Uno & Associates TINA YUEN I plan to retire in five to seven years. You have to accept [...]

How I created a succession plan for my 25-year-old Honolulu-based construction cost consulting firm2017-05-23T14:13:00+00:00

A Baby Boomer Crafts His Succession Plan

Joseph Uno sets out to develop someone to take over his firm May 25, 2012 Article by: Lynn Nakagawa Published by: Pacific Business News (requires subscription) As a business owner born in the middle of the Baby Boomer generation, Joseph Uno is approaching retirement age and hopes to pass along his business within the next decade. [...]

A Baby Boomer Crafts His Succession Plan2017-05-23T14:13:00+00:00