Statement of Qualifications

The Statement of Qualifications
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T.S. Dye & Colleagues, Archaeologists, Inc. researches the history of Hawaiʻi and other Pacific Islands. We provide a wide range of high quality archaeological and historic preservation services to community, government, and private agencies.

The principals of T.S. Dye & Colleagues, Archaeologists, Inc. have more than 30 years archaeological experience in the Hawaiian Islands, the rest of Polynesia, and Micronesia. We grew up in Hawaiʻi and are active in the local community, primarily through our work on the boards of non-profit and professional organizations such as the Society for Hawaiian Archaeology, Hawaiian Historical Society, Historic Hawaii Foundation, and the University of Hawaii's Committee for the Preservation and Study of Hawaiian Language, Art and Culture. Trained at Yale University and the University of Hawaiʻi, and with backgrounds in archaeological consulting, museology, government, and academia, we provide unparalleled service to our clients.

T.S. Dye & Colleagues, Archaeologists, Inc. has special expertise in geographic information systems, global positioning systems, radiocarbon dating, statistical analysis, and report production on paper, digital media, and the internet. We are productive team players, whose skills and capabilities integrate easily with community members, engineers, land surveyors, land managers, and other archaeologists and historians to achieve project goals.

T.S. Dye & Colleagues, Archaeologists, Inc. has extensive training and experience in historic preservation review at both the state and federal levels. We have worked as government regulators in the State Historic Preservation Office, in the anthropology department of B.P. Bishop Museum, as archaeological consultants to a wide variety of clients, and have taught graduate and undergraduate courses in archaeology and historic preservation at UH Manoa and Hawaii Pacific University. We rely upon our long-term working relationships throughout the historic preservation community in Hawaiʻi, the rest of Polynesia, and Micronesia to achieve our clients' historic preservation goals.

T.S. Dye & Colleagues, Archaeologists, Inc. is a Hawaiʻi corporation founded in 2001. Our business office is conveniently located in the historic Dillingham Transportation Building on Bishop Street in the heart of Honolulu's business district. Validated parking with complimentary valet service is available at the Alakea Street entrance to Pacific Guardian Center (formerly Grosvenor Center) between Queen Street and North Nimitz Highway.