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30 August 2018

Brad Liebman Named Director of Interiors for HOK's St. Louis Practice

Brad Liebman, LEED GA, has been promoted to director of interiors in HOK’s St. Louis studio. He joined HOK in 2013 and has more than 20 years of experience managing and designing large-scale workplace projects across the U.S.

“In addition to his wealth of workplace design knowledge, Brad is a natural leader who inspires his clients and coworkers with his enthusiasm and passion for great design,” said Margaret McDonald, marketing principal for HOK’s St. Louis office. “He will play an integral role in the continued growth of our thriving interiors practice.”

As director of interiors, Liebman will provide strategic vision and oversight to the St. Louis studio’s interiors group while collaborating with current clients, building new relationships with potential clients and working together with HOK’s interiors leaders all over the world.

Liebman has participated in workplace projects in the St. Louis area for clients including Microsoft and Square. Other clients across the U.S. have included Tyson Foods, Rockwell Collins, Farmers Zurich and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Liebman is active with professional and civic organizations including the St. Louis Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors and St. Louis’ Arts and Education Council. He has a Bachelor of Science in Design and Environmental Analysis from Cornell University.