Daniel Niewoehner Joins HOK as Science + Technology Leader in Chicago
Daniel Niewoehner, AIA, has joined HOK’s Science + Technology practice as vice president and regional practice leader in Chicago.
An established industry leader with 20 years of experience planning and programming laboratories, Niewoehner has worked on more than six million square feet of projects in North America, the Middle East and Asia. His clients have included Argonne National Laboratory, CJ Corporation, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the BJC Institute of Health at Washington University School of Medicine, and City Colleges of Chicago, Malcolm X College Campus. Niewoehner also has substantial experience working with the University of Chicago, one of HOK’s clients.
Niewoehner is proficient at fostering scientific discovery and collaboration through a multidisciplinary, strategic process that translates clients’ visions into world-class facilities.
“Daniel’s vast experience working on complex laboratory projects and understanding of the challenges in creating high-performing scientific workplaces bring significant value to our clients,” said Bill Odell, FAIA, LEED AP, director of Science + Technology at HOK.
“I’m thrilled to join HOK’s strong Science + Technology practice,” said Niewoehner. “I have admired HOK’s design excellence and thought leadership for years, and I am excited to join this innovative practice.”
A registered architect, Niewoehner holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
HOK’s Chicago practice projects include the University of Chicago William Eckhardt Research Center in Chicago; the United Center’s new office building in Chicago; Consumers Credit Union’s new office headquarters in Kalamazoo, Mich.; Advocate Good Shepherd’s Hospital Modernization Project in Barrington, Ill.; the Chicago Development Board Treatment and Detention Facility in Rushville, Ill.; the JW Marriott Hotel in Indianapolis; and the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.