Tim Gaidis, sustainability leader in HOK’s St. Louis office, describes a path-to-net-zero plan for renovating the Byron G. Rogers Federal Office Building in Denver.
Lodging Magazine describes HOK’s revamp of The New York Palace as a strategic reinvention of a historic property.
Cutting-edge designers and engineers are putting nature into practice with sustainable architecture principles like biophilia and biomimicry.
A global airport organization has named the Indianapolis International Airport designed by HOK as the best in North America for 2013.
Serving as a model for environmental stewardship and innovation, the new headquarters serves all North and South American countries.
The Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, now under construction in Singapore, features natural ventilation and vertical healing gardens.
Valerie Greer, a senior architect in HOK’s St. Louis office, was honored in this year’s St. Louis Business Journal 40 Under 40 class.
HOK designed the 14-story courthouse to co-locate 17 agencies that work with troubled children.