Joint Base Lewis-McChord Interpretive Signage, Film, and Brochures

HRA’s numerous cultural resource management projects at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) have included an interpretive element. As part of a larger mitigation project for anticipated adverse effects to the Garrison Historic District at JBLM, HRA conducted oral histories and collected historic and modern photographs, motion-picture film, architectural drawings, and other documents. The materials HRA gathered were used to prepare a comprehensive web page, interpretive signs, and a documentary film about the history of Fort Lewis. HRA also designed and produced a number of interpretive brochures related to Fort Lewis history, including women’s and Native American history, the history of area hop farming, and the construction and use of Madigan Hospital.

Project Contacts

Heather Miller

Vice President of Business Development and Senior Historian – Seattle Office

Brad Bowden

Vice President of Operations, Senior Archaeologist – Portland Office