Adam Stoltz has rejoined HOK as director of consulting based in the firm’s New York studio.
Stoltz is an industry thought leader with more than 15 years of experience addressing the complex issues involving people, organizational performance and the built environment. He previously served as the regional consulting leader for HOK’s New York studio from 2013 to 2015.
“I’m thrilled to be back at HOK as the new director of our global consulting practice,” said Stoltz. “HOK has a strong legacy of consulting work, and I’m excited to help build on its core services of portfolio strategy, facility planning, workplace strategy and change management across markets.”
“Our consulting practice supports our all types of organizations in visualizing the current and future states of their businesses and their resources in ways that they could not have conceived,” said Carl Galioto, HOK’s president and managing principal in the northeastern U.S. “Adam brings a wide variety of experience in strategic consulting that will help our clients improve their business results.”
“Adam is the ideal person to lead our global consulting practice,” added Gordon Wright, director of WorkPlace at HOK. “His people-focused approach helps clients optimize and streamline their real estate portfolios, facilities and space to enhance the employee experience.”
Prior to rejoining HOK, Stoltz completed strategic assignments in both the private and public-sector experience with dozens of Fortune 500 organizations and federal agencies.
He speaks frequently on the changing nature of work and workplace across sectors at industry conferences and events and has been quoted as a workplace expert in publications such as the New York Times and Commercial Property Executive. Stoltz is an active member of CoreNet Global and the Urban Land Institute.