The HLTA Engineers Advisory Council provides a forum for the professional development of engineers in the hospitality industry. 2017 had a larger base of members with our allied members being allowed to join the council. This has brought more collaboration and more learning opportunities, while getting to know the Allied members who can provide additional services to our properties.
We expect to see the value of the Engineers Council grow even more in 2018. Participants will have access to the most up to date trends, concerns, health and safety information, latest energy technologies available, career opportunities, Scholarship opportunities and more.
While we count on the support of the chief engineers, the council also believes it’s important to have a role in succession planning. With this in mind, we have also included more of the up and coming assistant chiefs, managers, and supervisors into our membership. They will have an opportunity to participate in the sharing of ideas and best practices.
Annual membership dues are only $150.00 per HLTA member lodging property and you may designate up to five (5) individuals to represent your property. Dues for HLTA allied members are $150.00 and you may designate one (1) employee to represent your company. To join, simply Click This Link no later than 5/31/18.
As a member of the Engineers Advisory Council, you will receive an EAC membership roster, have access to materials on our new website (https://hawaiiengineersadvisory.com), and enjoy a networking breakfast at every meeting. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Engineers Advisory Council breakfast meeting – Thursday, September 20, 7:45am at Embassy Suites Waikiki Beach Walk / Beach Walk meeting room – pool deck level Aloha Engineers Advisory Council! Now that you’ve all recovered from a fun-filled Labor Day weekend, plan on attending our next breakfast meeting on Thursday, September 20th! Here’s the trailer from
Chairperson– Eric Au, Marriott International Vice Chair – Harzali Hashim, Sheraton Waikiki Resort Treasurer – Stephen Weldon, Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach Secretary – Karen Mashiba, Embassy Suites Waikiki Beach Walk At Large Director – Bert Takahashi, Sheraton Waikiki Resort At Large Director – Craig Matsuura, Aqua Aloha Surf At Large Director – Chris Spencer, Royal