The Commander Navy Region Hawaii commissioned the Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plan to identify the Navy’s cultural resources and to better maintain, adaptively reuse, or minimize/mitigate adverse impacts on them. Mason Architects, as subcontractor to Helber Hastert and Fee, Planners, surveyed the historic architectural resources in the Pearl Harbor Naval Complex, and in a later study added all areas on Oahu under the jurisdiction of the CNRH.
Provided an overall history and analysis of the Pearl Harbor Naval Complex;
Delineated twelve historic zones within the Complex – Marine Barracks, Shipyard, Malalapa Housing, for example;
Provided a history, analysis, and planning guidelines for each zone;
Used a cultural landscape approach, which identifies and links historic periods, geographic areas, and resource types;
Focused on character-defining features of the landscape (views, topography, vegetation, circulation) and of buildings and structures (construction types; design elements);
Added 500 residential facilities to its earlier survey of over 1000 pre-1956 military facilities; and added them to the Navy’s database.
Later updated the ICRMP to provide written histories of Naval Magazine Pearl Harbor (Lualualei), Radio Transmitter Facility (RTF); Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station (NCTAMS), and Navy-retained lands at Kalailoa; inspected, photographed and reported on about 400 additional facilities; and added them to the Navy’s database.
These two-story senior officers’ quarters were built along Hale Alii Road in Pearl Harbor in 1914.