Pearl Harbor ICRMP

November 25, 2013

HHF led a multidisciplinary team of consultants to prepare the award-winning Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP), as a tool to preserve and manage the historic assets at Pearl Harbor Naval Complex and to ensure integration of cultural resources into Navy planning and decision-making processes. Navy Region Hawaii is the steward of the waters of […]

USARPAC Fort Shafter

November 22, 2013

HHF led an interdisciplinary team to prepare the conceptual site plan for this new 350,000 SF Command and Control Facility (C2F) for the U.S. Army. The study establishes the footprints and basic organization of the project, coordinating a complex set of program requirements into a phased building program. The planning effort incorporated current best practices […]

Camp Foster Housing ADP

November 22, 2013

The diverse planning and design strengths of HHF’s staff were fully integrated for the Camp Foster Family Housing Area Development Plan (ADP). The team assessed the optimal development strategy for expanded housing requirements at Camp Foster, the Marine Corp headquarters and center for community support on Okinawa. In addition to planning for 900 new housing […]

MARFORPAC Camp Smith

November 22, 2013

HHF Planners led a multidisciplinary team to identify feasible options for upgrading the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific (MARFORPAC) headquarters complex at Camp H.M. Smith. Considerations included impacts to historically significant World War II and Cold War buildings; efficiency and security of operational activities within former hospital facilities; mission-critical functions requiring turnkey replacement facilities; and […]

Kewalo Basin Improvements

November 21, 2013

Working as a consultant to harbor engineers Moffatt & Nichol (M&N), HHF Planners (HHF) was responsible for preparing the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and managing applications for a Special Management Area (SMA) Use Permit and a Conservation District Use Permit (CDUP) for a range of improvements to the 22-acre Kewalo Basin. Now owned by the […]

Doris Duke Foundation

November 21, 2013

The Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art (DDFIA) was established in the late 1990’s subsequent to the passing of Doris Duke. The DDFIA assumed ownership of Ms. Duke’s 5-acre estate, Shangri La. In her will Ms. Duke set aside Shangri La to serve as a center to appreciate Islamic Art and culture, consistent with the […]

Kapolei West

November 21, 2013

HHF created the master plan for a 548-acre residential and golf community together with the former Ko ‘Olina Phase II project area now in the State Land Use Urban District to be part of “Kapolei West.” The proposed project includes approximately 1,200 low and medium-density residential units, approximately 60 acres of golf course, and nearly […]

Honolulu Community College LRDP

November 21, 2013

HHF was involved in preparing the Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) and the Plan Review Use (PRU) Permit for the 90 year-old institution in Honolulu’s Urban Core to capitalize on planned investments in a new science building and planned Kapālama Transit Station. The project looked at the needs of the campus from the present to […]

Facilities Inspection and Database Development

November 20, 2013

Assessment of Buildings and Classrooms In 2012 and 2013, HHF conducted an assessment of the physical condition of public schools in the U.S. Insular Areas (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, American Samoa and U.S. Virgin Islands). HHF created and managed the entire IT process from data collection to database development and web-enabled reporting. The nature of […]

Facility Inventory Database Prototype

November 20, 2013

HHF developed a prototype GIS-based, bike facility field collection tool customized to DTS’s requirements. Using commercially-available, off-the-shelf technology, including GPS-enabled smart phones or other mobile devices, DTS will be able to create an inventory of existing bikeway facilities and amenities (e.g., signs, pavement markings, bike racks, etc.) and simultaneously record their condition during field surveys. […]