Honolulu Multi-Hazard Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan

July 09, 2019

HHF support for the Martin & Chock-led update of the 2012 City of Honolulu Hazard Mitigation Plan included public and agency engagement as well as an assessment of plan integration for resilience (to gauge the extent to which natural hazards are considered as key factors in development decisions and planning process). Regional land use planning […]

Kahalu‘u Ma Kai Educational Complex

October 18, 2016

HHF was selected by Kamehameha Schools (KS) to prepare an Environmental Assessment under Chapter 343, Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, and process a County of Hawai‘i Special Management Area Use Permit (SMA Permit) for the redevelopment of its 22-acre oceanfront property at Kahalu‘u Ahupua‘a on the Island of Hawai‘i. The project will transform the former resort developed […]

Critical Infrastructure Tsunami Mitigation

December 04, 2013

HHF Planners (HHF) is currently supporting efforts to assess power generating station flooding and tsunami risk vulnerability.  Through tsunami modeling and engineering analysis, a team of subject matter experts is quantifying potential 100-year tsunami impacts and developing structural mitigation alternatives to protect the facilities of a coastally located power plant.  HHF’s extensive land use policy […]

Insular ABCs Facility Assessments

December 04, 2013

HHF conducted facility condition assessments for all public schools in the four US insular areas (Guam, CNMI, American Samoa and US Virgin Islands) in support of DOI/OIA’s strategic plan goal to improve quality of life in the insular areas. This was the second phase of the Insular ABCs (All Buildings and Classrooms) initiative involving deployment […]

American Samoa Tsunami Study

December 04, 2013

The American Samoa Tsunami Study, undertaken to help strengthen American Samoa’s ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from coastal flooding and tsunami hazards, received the 2012 APA Hawai‘i Disaster Mitigation and Hazard Planning award and a Pacific Risk Management ‘Ohana Partnership Award. The study assessed American Samoa’s overall natural hazard resilience with regard […]

Navy Emergency Command and Control Center

December 04, 2013

Work conducted for the Navy Emergency Command and Control Center (ECC) redevelopment feasibility study contributes to HHF’s broad experience in planning command and control facilities and emergency management centers, crucial for disaster management. The ECC leads emergency response efforts when Navy resources are deployed for hurricane, earthquake, or tsunami related disasters throughout the Pacific.  HHF […]