Licensing in Hawaii & Related Resources
Licensing of Architects in Hawaii
Licensing of Architects in Hawaii is regulated by the State to safeguard public health, safety and welfare.
Professional and Vocational Licensing:
- Request an application
- Inquire about licensing requirements
- Applicants can check on the status of an application
- Inquire about licensee maintenance requirements
RICO Consumer Resource Center:
(808) 587-3295 or (808) 587-4272
Questions about licensure for Architects in Hawaii?
Coontact the Engineer, Architect, Surveyor and Landscape Architect (EASLA) Board.
They have information on how to become licensed in Hawaii, how to transfer your Architect license issued by another state, or to find out about the laws and rules governing the licensing and practice of architecture in Hawaii.
Accrediting Bodies and National Organizations
To learn more about these laws, the Hawaii Revised Statues (HRS), set by the State Legislature, should be your source of information. Specifically HRS 464 talks about the Professional Engineers, Architects, Surveyors and Landscape Architects. View our "Licensing of Architects in Hawaii flyer (PDF).