For nearly three decades, HHF Planners has provided creative solutions to Navy, Marine Corps, Army, and Joint Command elements in the Pacific Region and the U.S. mainland. These solutions will ensure a high level of mission readiness for operational forces, logistic providers, and base planners, while providing community support facilities and a high quality of life for active duty and dependent populations. More recently, HHF’s staff has been intimately involved with Department of Defense (DoD) initiatives to realign military forces from the Atlantic to Pacific Region. Furthermore, the firm has been on the cutting edge of plans related to the Defense Policy Review Initiative (DPRI) that will relocate Marine Corps forces from Japan to other locations in the region.

The HHF team understands the rapidly changing strategic environment in the Pacific. With an extensive background in federal planning, staff members are able to mobilize quickly on a wide range of planning projects. Examples include master planning, preparation of facility requirements, site planning, feasibility analysis, cost estimating, economic analysis, geo-spatial mapping, and sustainable design.

  • Shore Infrastructure Plans
  • Regional or Functional Land Use Studies
  • Installation Master Plans
  • Site Development Plans
  • Capital Improvement Plans
  • Engineering Evaluations
  • Military Construction Documentation (1391s)
  • Landscape and Base Beautification Plans
  • Family Housing Neighborhood Design

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  • Federal Planning Projects

    Insular ABCs Facility Assessments

    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 […]

    USARPAC Fort Shafter

    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

    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

    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 […]

    CFAY Yokosuka

    Incorporating urban design best practices, HHF Planners developed a master plan for the “downtown” of Fleet Activities, Yokosuka, Japan, which supports military personnel and families on and around the largest U.S. overseas naval installation. Following comprehensive data gathering and analysis, HHF formulated a range of redevelopment/reuse concepts for the 30-acre mixed-use downtown to enhance the […]