Honouliuli was one of at least seven WWII internment camps that existed in Hawai‘i between 1941 and 1945. Opened on March 2, 1943, the camp was built to accommodate 3,000 detainees and 1,000 guards. After the war, the camp was demolished (except for the two remaining buildings) and the landowners (Campbell Estate) leased the gulch to ranchers for cattle grazing.

This report is an extensive analysis of the two remaining buildings at Honouliuli Internment Camp on the island of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i, located about fifteen miles west of Honolulu. This report evaluates, assesses, and makes recommendations for the stabilization of the two remaining buildings at the site.