waikoloaThe following organizations or individuals are private consultants and are not directly associated with the State Historic Preservation Division, nor is listing to be construed as any guarantee of the quality of work.

Project costs may vary considerably between companies. It is recommended that more than one estimate be obtained. It is also recommended that any contract contain language that specifies that a report meeting DLNR minimum standards will be provided as a product.

All of the following organizations have an approved permit for conducting archaeological activities in the State of Hawai`i (see Chapter 13-282 Hawaii Administrative Rules). All of the above organizations have on their staff, and often hire on a part-time basis, persons meeting the minimum standards for professional archaeologists set by the National Park Service (see 36 CFR Part 61 at and Chapter 13-281 Hawaii Administrative Rules). All of the following have indicated to the State Historic Preservation Officer that they are engaged in contract archaeological work. 

Click here for the current list of Archaeological Consultants in the State of Hawaiʻi for Calendar Year 2017