The LDG Podcast: Leading The Way for a New National Historic Site

Larson Design Group (LDG), an award-winning, employee-owned national architecture, engineering, and consulting firm, is pleased to share the latest episode of The LDG Podcast, a forum in which we discuss the projects, insights, and experiences that help us pursue our passion of creatively shaping our world.

In this episode, LDG Project Manager Jason Hursh and Planner Paul Yoder talk about their experience leading a Transportation Access Feasibility Study for the Honouliuli National Historic Site (NHS) in O’ahu, Hawai’i. A project of the National Park Service (NPS), Honouliuli NHS was established to preserve the World War II-era Incarceration and Prisoner of War (POW) camp located north and west of Pearl Harbor in O’ahu.

Jason and Paul spoke about the project’s overall goal, their experience at the site, and the collaboration across LDG teams that made the study a success.


Founded in 1986, LDG is an award-winning, employee-owned architecture, engineering, and consulting firm offering full-service capabilities and a national reach. For more than 30 years, we have been providing an extraordinary breadth and depth of value-driven solutions to our diverse client base, and investing in the sustainable business practices and innovative technologies that allow us to pursue our shared vision: creatively shaping our world. For more information, visit About – Larson Design Group.