USDA Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry
Pacific Southwest Research Station

Project Size:
32,320 SF

The USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station is a 32,320 square-foot laboratory and research facility for the Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry in Hilo, Hawaii. The complex is linked by covered walkways and landscaped courtyards and will include an administration building, multi-purpose building, research building, field support building, and shade houses.

The facility features offices and work areas for research staff, two wet laboratories, support spaces such as computer rooms, delicate instruments room, glass washroom, library, map room, administration, and multi-purpose conference space.