Pearl Harbor Naval Complex
Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP)
Location: Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii
Client: Pacific Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Environmental Planning Division
Helber Hastert & Fee, Planners led a multidisciplinary team of planners, historic architects, cultural landscape specialists, archaeologists, military historians, structural engineers and cost estimators in the preparation of the Pearl Harbor ICRMP. Major objectives of the plan were to:
- Analyze and document the cultural resources of Pearl Harbor and recommend management and preservation strategies,
- Clarify and streamline the decision-making process concerning preservation of Pearl Harbor’s history and cultural resources.
The Pearl Harbor ICRMP departed from other CRMPs in that it utilized a cultural landscape approach to integrate and link historic periods, geographic areas, and resource types.
Other important elements of the Pearl Harbor ICRMP include:
- Establishment of 12 Historic Management Zones,
- Development of an Archaeological Site Areas Map, and
- Update of electronic inventory databases and integration with Navy information systems.