ICRMP Update

November 26, 2013

The CNRH O‘ahu ICRMP, an update to the APA-award-winning Pearl Harbor Naval Complex ICRMP, expands the realm to include the four outlying CNRH installations on O‘ahu: NCTAMS PAC Wahiawā, Radio Transmitter Facility Lualualei, Naval Magazine Lualualei, and Navy-retained lands at Kalaeloa. The O‘ahu ICRMP analyzes and documents the historic and cultural resources on the Navy’s […]

Ford Island Interpretive Trail

November 26, 2013

Because of HHF Planners’ extensive involvement with historic properties and planning at Pearl Harbor and Ford Island, the firm was selected to develop a plan for the Ford Island Interpretive Trail. The resulting plan is based on a literature review, site visits, consultations with Navy personnel, coordination with Ford Island development and Navy operations, and […]

Pearl Harbor Memorial Plan

November 26, 2013

HHF Planners prepared both the April 2005 and April 2009 Second Edition of the Design Guidelines & Evaluation Criteria for Memorials. These guidelines and criteria provide CNRH with tools for selecting memorials that will enhance historic properties and the environment and that will be maintained in good condition over time. The Second Edition incorporates the […]

Building 1102 CLR

November 26, 2013

Building 1102 at Hickam Field is a contributing structure to the Hickam Field National Historic Landmark and the Hickam Historic District. Now serving as the Headquarters for the Pacific Division of the Air Force, Building 1102 was originally built as a 456,203-square foot enlisted men’s barracks in 1939-1940. Building 1102 bore the brunt of the […]

Midway Atoll Closure

November 26, 2013

Over the course of two years, HHF Planners (HHF) prepared several planning documents to support the U.S. Navy in its efforts to close the U.S. Naval Air Facility (NAF) Midway and transfer its control to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Among these studies were the following: Wildlife Hazards Assessment Cultural Resources Management Plan Bulky Waste […]

Navy Installations CLR

November 26, 2013

Helber Hastert & Fee (HHF), as part of the TEC Joint Venture Team, prepared  Cultural Landscape Reports (CLR) for six (6) Navy installations in Hawai‘i. Prepared as three stand-alone documents (Pearl Harbor Naval Complex CLR, O‘ahu Outlying Areas CLR, and Pacific Missile Range Facility Kaua‘i CLR), the reports provide a comprehensive analysis and understanding of […]

Fort Kamehameha CLR+HALS

November 26, 2013

HHF’s historic preservation team culled libraries and collections, searched photographic and map archives, and thoroughly inventoried the Fort Kamehameha Historic District to uncover detailed information about the history and context of the early twentieth-century Army fort. The culmination of their research and analysis was the preparation of the Cultural Landscape Report (CLR) and the Historic […]

Fort Kamehameha Interpretive Trail

November 26, 2013

Fort Kamehameha’s rich history will come alive with the implementation of HHF’s trail plan.  Users will walk down the very sidewalks used by Army personnel and families as early as 1913 and learn about the nationwide system of coastal defense fortifications and the day-to-day life of their residents. Through site visits to the Fort Kamehameha […]

Kilo Wharf Expansion

November 26, 2013

HHF Planners (HHF) prepared a NEPA EIS for the expansion of the existing ammunition wharf (Kilo Wharf) at Apra Harbor Naval Complex, Guam. The original wharf was inadequate to accommodate modern multi-purpose ships that replaced earlier ammunition ships that are permanently forward-deployed to Guam as well as transient ships that use the wharf. Due to its […]

Davies Pacific Building

November 26, 2013

To create the award-winning new entry plaza for Davies Pacific Center, HHF Planners (HHF) drew inspiration from existing features at the prominent downtown location. The landmark “volcano” fountain on the corner of Bishop and Merchant Streets, formerly a lonely focal element in a “desert” of brick pavers, is now the centerpiece of a tropical oasis. […]