The Building Industry Association of Hawaii is hosting the event to discuss the issues and concerns over the lack of housing in Honolulu, hoping to gain some solutions to the problem.
There will be a panel discussion on the economic benefits from increased housing production as well as discussions on steps the state could take to increase the supply of housing at all price points.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Council Member Ann Kobayashi, and State Senator Jill Tokuda are expected to take part in one of the panel sessions.
A number of developers also expected to take part in the discussions as well as experts from the University of Hawaii.
The BIA Hawaii still homeless in Hawaii Summit costs $95 for members ad partner organizations, $45 for students, and for non-members and walk-ins the cost for the summit is $125.
The Building Industry Association of Hawaii serves as a voice for the construction industry in Hawaii chartered back in 1955.
If you have any questions you can check them out on line at http://www.biahawaii.org.