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7 December 2017

HOK’s Dallas Office Adds Two Design Professionals

Ricky Martinez joins as an architect and Lauren Saab is with the interior design team.

Martinez will work on justice, workplace and commercial projects. His previous experience includes large corporate, county and municipal buildings. Martinez has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio.Lauren Saab_HUB.jpg

As part of the interiors team, Saab will work on public safety, corporate and commercial interior design projects. She brings extensive experience in the commercial and residential markets to HOK. Saab has a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Interior Design from Texas Tech University, and is an active member of the American Society of Interior Designers and the International Interior Design Association.

“Ricky and Lauren are great additions to our Dallas team,” said HOK’s Dallas Director of Architecture Curt Parde, AIA. “Both bring a passion for exceptional design and client service and experience working through all phases of a project. With the resurgence of new development around us, it’s an exciting time for our office and region.”

HOK’s Dallas practice is currently designing the redevelopment of the landmark Trammell Crow Center in the central business district. The renovation of the 32-year-old tower, one of downtown Dallas’s largest office buildings, is scheduled to be complete by fall 2018.