US Army Corps of Engineers
Honolulu District

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Hours of Operation

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday

Closed Sundays, Mondays
and all Federal Holidays

Pacific Regional Visitor Center

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District's Pacific Regional Visitor Center first opened its doors at Battery Randolph in 1983. Its goal is to enhance the public's understanding of the multidimensional role of the U.S. Army and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Particular emphasis is on  water resources development that affects the lives of all the residents of Hawaii and the people of the Pacific. The Pacific Regional Visitor Center is located on the second floor of historic Battery Randolph at Fort DeRussy, Waikiki. Battery Randolph is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites and is one of 16 coastal fortifications built by the Corps between 1906 and 1917 for the protection of Honolulu and Pearl Harbors.

PRVC Photos

More than 80 volunteers scoured Fort DeRussy park and beach berm Sept. 9, picking up trash and clearing debris as part of this year's National Public Lands Day celebrations, including Junior Reserve Officers Training Course (JROTC) students from Punahou High School and other local schools led by Lt. Col. (ret.) Robert Takao, commander of the JROTC at Punahou High School.
More than 80 volunteers scoured Fort DeRussy park and beach berm Sept. 9, picking up trash and clearing debris as part of this year's National Public Lands Day celebrations. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pacific Regional Visitor Center coordinated the event led by USACE Park Ranger Samantha Vazquez.
USACE Command Sergeant Major Bradley Houston visited our Pacific Regional Visitor Center at Fort DeRussy in Waikiki Sept. 13, where he met with PRVC Park Ranger Samantha Vazquez and PRVC volunteers.
HONOLULU (APRIL 5, 2014) - Approximately 30 volunteers from the Punahou Junior ROTC program (which includes cadets from other area high schools and some homeschooled students) and Corps’ employees and family members joined forces April 5 to clean up the beach and berm area at the Corps’ Pacific Regional Visitor Center at Fort DeRussy in Waikiki. Altogether about 45 volunteers participated in this Earth Month event.
HONOLULU (April 5, 2014) - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Park Rangers Don Espaniola and Angela Jones say Aloha to Bobber the Water Safety Dog after attending a beach and berm clean up as part of Earth Month 2014 at the Corps' Pacific Regional Visitor Center at Fort DeRussy.
Guests check out one of the storyboards inside the RVC on Founding Father's Day 2013.
Punahou JROTC visits the RVC

Location

2131 Kalia Rd.
Fort DeRussy in Waikiki
Honolulu, HI  96830

(Above the Hawaii Army Museum)

Contact Information

Civil Works - Technical Branch
Building 230
Fort Shafter, HI 96858-5440
(808) 438-2815
CEPOH-EC-T@usace.army.mil