The PMI Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter's Monthly Meeting topic is entitled, "Pacific Aviation Museum: Coping with WWII Era Facilities on a Non-Profit Budget"|
Mr. Steve Melgaard will be providing a background of the Pacific Aviation Museum, which operates two aircraft hangars and an Operations Building which were built circa 1938-1942. Maintaining these facilities while simultaneously implementing several multi-million dollar upgrade projects poses many challenges with outdated electrical, water, and sewer systems. The Pacific Aviation Museum is a non-profit organization and receive no federal funding. Our revenue comes from the 225,000 guests we entertain each year and philanthropic charitable contributions.
Please join us for an engaging speaker, lunch, and networking opportunities. Anyone currently involved or interested in the Project Management profession is welcome!
Mr. Steve Melgaard is the Facilities and Projects Manager for the Pacific Aviation Museum and has been with them since 2013. Prior to then, Retired Colonel Melgaard served 26 years in the United States Marine Corps, as a Delta Airlines International Pilot, and as a Department of Defense CI Senior Risk Management Consultant. He holds a BA from the University of Michigan in History/Political Science, an MA from Pepperdine University HR Management and graduated from the Naval War College in 1984.
Event ID: C166-P1408200
Location: The Plaza Club
Date: August 20, 2014
Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Plaza Club - Pioneer Plaza, 20th Floor (View)
900 Fort Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|