Carl Galioto, FAIA, is HOK’s president and the managing principal of HOK’s New York and Philadelphia offices. He serves on HOK’s executive committee, board of directors and management board. He also leads the technical board, which includes HOK’s buildingSMART virtual design and construction initiative.
With more than three decades of management and project delivery experience, Carl has industry-leading expertise in the design and implementation of large, complex projects in the United States and around the world including super-tall buildings, health science facilities and aviation + transportation projects. A graduate of Pratt Institute, he is active in civic and professional efforts in New York. A Fellow in the American Institute of Architects, he serves on the boards of the New York Building Congress and the ACE Mentor Program.
“We are dedicated to design excellence by means of science and craft. We will lead change in how buildings are conceived, designed, fabricated and constructed. We believe that our philosophy of performative, pan-disciplinary design results in superior designs and realized buildings. We understand that we need to take responsibility for the outcome of our design and that our design concepts are not realized until they are built.
”HOK buildingSMART, our virtual design and construction initiative, brings more value to our clients in the form of higher-performing buildings, better quality, a more integrated design-procurement-fabrication-construction process and data supplied to the owner that can be used for the life of the building.”
Designing a More Livable New York | HOK News
Featured Member: Carl Galioto | AIA New York
Power Designers of New York City | Commercial Observer
Carl Galioto Appointed HOK President | HOK News
Architecture Firm Comes to Philly | Philadelphia Business Journal
Promoting Team Creativity | Harvard Business Review
Corner Office: Carl Galioto | The New York Times
Executive of the Month | NY Real Estate Journal
Square Feet - The 30-Minute Interview: Carl Galioto | The New York Times
Bachelor of Architecture