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Kirtan Patel Joins HOK’s Aviation + Transportation Group as a Technical Leader

Based in HOK’s New York studio, Patel brings more than 20 years of experience in complex aviation and rail transportation projects.

Kirtan Patel is now the senior principal-technical for HOK’s firm-wide Aviation + Transportation (A+T) group. She leads the technical direction for these large-scale projects worldwide.

“Kirtan is a highly respected leader with extensive expertise in the technical design of complex aviation and transportation projects,” said Paul Auguste, a director of HOK’s A+T group. “We’re delighted to have her join our team to deliver exceptional designs to our clients.”

Patel has led numerous high-profile projects as a technical leader, including a new $1.5 billion terminal at Kansas City International Airport, a passenger terminal and ground transportation center at U-Tapao-Rayong-Pattaya International Airport in Phla, Thailand, Terminal 2 at Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru, India, improvements to the 33rd Street entrance and concourse at Penn Station in New York and the first three rail stations—including the terminus hub—for Brightline in Florida.

“A key to successful projects is a collaborative team,” said Patel. “I believe in building relationships with project partners and assessing opportunities from all perspectives to create innovative designs and implementable solutions that support the ultimate success of complex projects.”

Dedicated to architecture and design, Patel earned an AIA Honorable Certificate for her work on the World Trade Center Transportation Hub (PATH) project. She holds a Master of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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