Wayne Goo


As a founding partner of WORKSHOP-HI, Wayne’s wide range of experience is comprised of a diverse number of large scale projects in hospitality, healthcare, residential, and institutional developments, both foreign and domestic.

Most recently, Wayne led as project manager for the Ward Village Land Block 2 High Rise Luxury Condominium (targeting LEED Gold Certification), as well as the AIA Award of Merit winning master plan renovation of the Sheraton Waikiki and Royal Hawaiian Hotels. Wayne has also served as project manager internationally on such projects as the Park Hyatt Dongqian Lake development in Ningbo, China.

Wayne is an asset to the WORKSHOP-HI leadership team with his unique ability to bridge our vital collaborative design process with high performance technologies, code logistics, and the team management aspects of WORKSHOP-HI’s multi-disciplinary think tank.

Professional/Community Affiliations

Director, 2012-2013 AIA Honolulu, Board of Directors

Jason Selley


One of Hawaii’s most innovative and performance driven designers. Jason is driving design on two of Oahu’s largest projects targeting Living Building Challenge certification, as well as coordinating multiple net zero water/net positive energy master plans.

Jason most recently received an AIA Design Award for the Eulu Net Zero Energy Portable Classroom project as well as the Barack Obama Presidential Volunteer Service Award for providing and facilitating over 2000 hours towards sustainable community design projects in collaboration with the UH School of Architecture and local non-profit partners.

With 15 years of experience as designer for two of Hawaii’s largest firms, assistant professor at the UH School of Architecture, and former US Green Building Council Hawaii Chapter President. Jason is focused on developing the unique collaborative think-tank partnerships for research with the goal of bringing our islands to the forefront of high-design/net positive architecture.

Professional/Community Affiliations

President, US Green Building Council Hawaii Chapter, Board of Directors 2013-2015

University of Hawaii School of Architecture Doctoral Committee Member

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Lance Walters is an architect and Assistant Professor at the University of Hawaii Manoa School of Architecture.

Prior to Hawaii, Lance worked throughout the Pacific northwest, Alaska and Montana on a range of civic, residential and urban design projects. He holds a Masters in Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design as well as an MArch and Bachelors of Environmental Design from Montana State University. 

In 2017 he was selected to receive the national New Faculty Teaching award by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS). The award recognizes demonstrated excellence in teaching performance during the formative years of an architectural teaching career.

Professional/Community Affiliations

Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii Manoa
American Institute of Architecture Students Faculty Advisor