Project Portfolio

Park Monitoring
Archaeological Monitoring during Park Improvements, Honolulu, Hawaii

Since 2007, PCSI has supported the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Design and Construction, on several park improvement projects.  Under Hawaii State law, archaeological monitoring is usually required during construction excavation in any culturally sensitive areas.  PCSI has been responsible for preparing Archaeological Monitoring Plans and providing monitoring during construction for several City projects conducted in culturally sensitive areas.

Among PCSI’s recent archaeological monitoring projects for the City are:
  • Honolulu Zoo entrance improvements
  • Makiki District Park parking lot improvements
  • Sunset Beach Neighborhood Park improvements
  • Waianae District Park improvements
  • Mokuleia Beach Park comfort station emergency demolition

In recognition of the responsive and cost-effective work performed by PCSI to-date, the City recently issued a new 2-year contract to continue PCSI’s support services through 2012.