HONOLULU – www.g70.design– Hawaii’s leading design firm G70 today announced the hiring of Jule Lucero.

Honolulu resident Jule Lucero (pronounced LEW-sero), NCIDQ, LEED AP, IIDA, joined G70 as senior interior designer working on resort, retail, restaurant, and corporate projects. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architectural Design from Long Beach State University. Before joining G70, Lucero was Senior Designer & Project Manager for ten years at interior and architectural firms in California, including international powerhouse design firm M. Arthur Gensler Jr. & Associates, Inc. (Gensler). She specializes in entertainment, hospitality, resort, and wellness projects and her interior design works includes the PGA Golf Club Resort Spa in Palm Desert, the Ojai Valley Inn Spa & Resort, and Hasbro Entertainment project in Burbank.

In Honolulu, Lucero previously worked with RIM Architects, Peter Vincent & Associates, and Leo A. Daly and provided interior design for Sheraton Waikiki guestrooms and corridors and the Ala Moana Hotel pool deck areas and lobby. She holds several professional certifications including National Certification of Interior Design Qualifications, LEED AP – New Construction and Major Renovation, CCIDC- California Certified Interior Designer, and is a IIDA Professional Member. Lucero is an active member of Habitat for Humanity Hawaii and the Westlake Cancer Support Center in California.

About G70 (formerly Group 70 International, Inc.)
An award-winning design firm founded in Honolulu in 1971, G70 is dedicated to a collaborative approach and committed to design that reflects the community in which the project serves. G70 provides leading-edge creativity for projects for the hospitality, commercial office and mixed use, multi-family housing, education, financial, healthcare and planned communities sectors. The firm offers specialized services including indigenous planning, environmental compliance, strategy, and sustainable development. G70’s commitment to sustainable practices garnered a 2014 Pacific Business News inaugural “Best in Sustainability” award and is reflected in its varied collection of LEED-certified, net-zero, and HI-CHPS-certified (Hawaii Collaborative for High Performing Schools) projects. For more information on Hawaii’s leading multi-discipline design firm specializing in architecture, interior design, civil engineering, planning and environment, visit www.g70.design.

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