Archaeological Services

Archaeological Assessments
To reduce costs during the permitting of a planned development project in the State of Hawaii, an archaeological assessment can usually be conducted if it is unlikely that the property contains no historic sites. This type of assessment usually consists of archival background research, a walk-through on the property, and a brief report. If historic sites are found, an archaeological inventory survey will like be needed.  If no historic sites are found, the assessment report is all that is likely to be required. The State Historic Preservation Division has developed guidelines for archaeological assessments and assessment reports.

Examples of recent PCSI Archaeological Assessments include:

For questions on our archaeological support services or to discuss your project requirements, please call 808.546.5557, or email us on our contact page.