Helping Visionaries Make Great Environments

HHF Planners is a Honolulu-based planning firm that operates throughout the Pacific Rim. Since 1980, we’ve maintained superior working relationships with a wide range of public and private-sector clients for projects throughout  Hawai‘i and the Pacific Rim. We are internationally recognized, highly respected, dedicated to our clients, reliable, multidisciplinary, creative, and committed to sustainability.

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Deep Experience

Since 1980, Our Work spans Hawai‘i & the Pacific Rim.

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Key Relationships

We know the lay of the land and the people who take care of it.

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Essential Services

We offer all the critical Services to support your planning needs.

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Superior Insight

Multi-disciplinary experience yields strategic perspective.

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Passionate Team

At HHF, planning is a way of life. See People

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    Piko Project Māla Build Day!

    The Piko Project became a reality on On Saturday, October 26th! HHF staff volunteers were joined by volunteers from our Piko Project partners, Kualoa Ranch, Kōkua Foundation Hawai‘i, and teachers and staff from Ka‘a‘awa Elementary School (KES) to build the physical infrastructure of Phase I of the Piko Project Master Plan, the māla (garden)! The […]

    Notes from HCPO Maui 2019

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    2019 ASLA Advocacy Day

    HHF’s Senior Associate landscape designer, Robyn Sweesy, went to Washington, D.C.! As 2019 president of Hawaiʻi Chapter, American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), she participated in ASLA’s 5th annual Advocacy Day, when hundreds of members from across the country spend a day on Capitol Hill visiting their legislators’ offices to make the case for national […]

    HHF RE-LEI Receives Award of Excellence

    HHF’s entry in this year’s RE-LEI Design competition was recognized with an Award of Excellence! The bi-annual design competition challenges people to create lei out of post-consumer waste, and benefits the Master of Landscape Architecture program at UH Mānoa! Our RE-LEI showcased 29 Native Hawaiian plants–endemic, indigenous, and canoe plants–representing the 29 individuals in our […]

    Curbing it in Hawai’i: Historic Lava Curbstones and Their Significance

    Maybe you’ve never noticed them -the rectangular shaped stones that mark the boundary between the street and the sidewalk. Curbstones. Nowadays, they’re relatively uniform in length and width—all made of concrete and not particularly noteworthy. But, if you walk through Downtown Honolulu and in other old neighborhoods in Honolulu, you can see a different kind […]