Robert Chicas, AIA, LEED AP, is the director of HOK’s global Aviation + Transportation practice.
He specializes in leading large-scale airport projects and is recognized throughout the industry for his ability to lead multidisciplinary teams through the delivery of complex projects.
Robert is a member of the Airports Council International - North America (ACI-NA) World Business Partners/Associates Board of Directors.
“As a profession, we all need to keep in mind that our goal is to improve the customers’ experience and provide high levels of service for them. We need to provide high quality and exceptionally well-designed terminals while providing value for money to the funding agencies and airport operators.”
Source: Passenger Terminal Today
Designing Resilient, 100-Year Airports | NBC News
Alternative Financing Schemes Propelling Air Terminals Sector | Building Design + Construction
LaGuardia Gateway Partners Begins Redevelopment of Central Terminal B | HOK News
American Dream | Passenger Terminal World
First Impressions | Passenger Terminal World
Five Ways Airports Are Designing for Rapid Growth | Building Design + Construction
Hold Room Design | Passenger Terminal World
Power to You | Passenger Terminal World
Predictions: Flight 2034 | Passenger Terminal World
Design for Life | Passenger Terminal Today
Airport as Destination | The Atlantic’s CityLab
What’s in Store: Pre-Security Spaces | Centerlines
Planning on Uncertainty | Airport Improvement
Pratt Institute School of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture