Established in 2003, our Honolulu office is close to the ocean and downtown Honolulu. Our staff collectively has more than 75 years of experience in natural and cultural resources throughout the Hawaiian Islands.
Our Honolulu office specializes in wildlife, aquatic, and coastal marine surveys, avian and bat studies, cave flora and fauna surveys, risk and take evaluation and monitoring, mitigation planning, Endangered Species Act compliance, watershed analysis and planning, and wetland delineation.
Following the August 2023 wildfires that devastated the historic Maui town of Lahaina and seriously impacted other parts of the Hawaiian Islands, SWCA’s local and nationwide experts have been working with Maui County and local land owners to support fire recovery efforts and prepare for future wildfire events. Learn more about our wildfire planning and resilience services through our nationwide story map.