Glenn E. Mason

Project Management and Architecture


Mr. Mason has 39 years of architecture experience, in both preservation of historic structures and in design of new projects.  He has managed a wide range of projects, from small residential renovations to multi-million dollar industrial complexes, and he has been responsible for all stages of work, from planning through construction phases.  His expertise in historic architecture is widely acknowledged and he has received several awards for his projects in restoration and renovation as well as in design and planning.  His experience and education meet Secretary of the Interior’s standards for Historical Architect.  Mr. Mason has served as the principal-in-charge, the project architect, or the primary researcher for many of the projects in the firm’s resume.  He was a principal in Spencer Mason Architects from 1984 through 1997 and founded Mason Architects in 1998. His relevant experience includes master planning, design and historic renovation on museums, schools, federal buildings, theatres, palaces and monuments.   He has acted in leadership roles for many organizations including as President of the Hawaiian Historical Society, Bishop Museum, American Institute of Architects (AIA)/Honolulu and State Chapters.