VIDEO: GAI Historical Archaeology Leader Explores WWII Site Ewa Field

In this presentation, Ben Resnick MA, RPA who leads GAI’s Cultural Resources Group and Historical Archaeology practice, describes the surprise attack on Ewa Field, a Hawaii U.S. airfield targeted along with Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Resnick’s informed perspective is part of a larger project to gain inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places for expanded sections of Ewa Field.

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Contact GAI Assistant Vice President Ben Resnick, MA, RPA, 412.399.5105, for more information about GAI’s Cultural Resources and Historical Archaeology services including Historical Archaeology,  Architectural Surveys, and Geoarchaeology, Geomorphology, and Pedology. Message GAI online and start the conversation about how our multidiscipline professionals can meet your unique project needs.

Ben Resnick, MA, RPA specializes in historical archaeology, and Section 106 (NHPA) and NEPA compliance projects. With more than 30 years of experience, Ben is involved in developing opportunities and managing environmental permitting projects focusing on the energy, transportation, and government market sectors. Areas of specialization include management of open-end agreements focusing on staffing, schedules, quality review and cost controls, technical report preparation, and State Historic Preservation Office and Native American consultation.

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