A Comprehensive Cultural Resource Management Company specializing in consultation, historic preservation and community based planning in Hawai’i


  • Develop innovative approaches to manage public involvement

  • Development of key messages

  • Stakeholder analysis

  • Strategies for media, government and public relations

  • Facilitate consensus


  • Informational orientation on cultural sensitivity and historic preservation issues

  • Orientation available at your site of preference

  • Please contact us directly for more information


  • Introduction to the challenges of doing business in Hawai‘i

  • Develop comprehensive framework and strategies for doing business in Hawai‘i

  • Promote understanding of Hawai‘i’s unique culture

  • Training and consultation services for Professional Executives doing business in Hawai‘i

  • Legal and Cultural Consultation for State and federal jury trials


1. Section 106 Compliance Consultation

  • SHPO Consultation

  • Consultation with Native Hawaiian organizations

  • Negotiate and prepare MOA & Mitigation (resolve adverse effects)

  • Cultural Resource Surveys/Studies/Monitoring

  • Archaeology & Historic Properties Survey

  • Nominations to the National and Hawai‘i Register of Historic Places

2. Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act

3. Native American Graves and Repatriation Act

  • Consultation and coordination with Native groups

  • Develop & implement Plan of Actions

4. Chapter 6E – Hawai‘i Historic Preservation Program

  • Stakeholder Advocacy

  • Burial Council Consultation

  • Facilitate coordination between community stakeholders and developer interests

  • Facilitate coordination with lineal and cultural descendants

  • Hire and supervise archaeological and cultural monitors

  • Compliance reviews for permits and approvals

  • Facilitate review of burial treatment plans and in situ agreements with the State Historic Preservation Division, burial councils, and landowners

5. Act 50, Cultural Impact Statements

  • Cultural Resource Planning

  • Cultural Impact Assessment, Evaluation and Protection

  • Reconcile cultural resource concerns with government agencies, native Hawaiians and interested parties

  • Historical research

  • Interviews with native Hawaiian individuals


  • Construction/Environmental/Engineering Interface

  • Review Environmental Documentation for cultural resource management or historic preservation issues

  • Permitting Assistance


  • Historical Research (property)

  • Operating and maintenance agreements

  • Negotiations (leases, easements)

P.O. Box 6280, Kaneohe, Hawai'i 96744

T: 808.539.3580

F: 808.539.3581

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