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Brad Schrock AIA

Director of Sports + Recreation + Entertainment
Design Board Member

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Brad Schrock

Brad Schrock, AIA, is a director of HOK’s global Sports + Recreation + Entertainment practice. As a founding principal of 360 Architecture, Brad joined HOK after the firms merged in 2015. Prior to co-founding Heinlein Schrock Stearns in 1995 and 360 Architecture in 2004, Brad was a vice president and lead designer for HOK.

Over the past three decades, Brad has created visionary architectural designs for sports, entertainment, corporate and mixed-use projects. He is recognized for bringing extraordinary personal commitment and award-winning design solutions to each client.

Sports Business Journal named Brad to its 2016 list of “power players” in sports facility design and development.

What’s hot in sports facilities design?

“The thing that’s at the forefront is we design these stadiums to compete. And the competition is the 72-inch flat screen TV and the comfort of being there and not fighting traffic.”

Source: Silicon Valley Business Journal


An Honest Self-Assessment | IAVM Facility Manager

Avaya Stadium Architect Describes Features of MLS’s Newest Venue | Sports Illustrated

The Challenges and Rewards of Bringing Sports Stadiums to the Public | Midwest Real Estate News

Stadium Architect Talks Biggest Challenges, Stand-Out Designs and Dream Project | Silicon Valley Business Journal

Husky Stadium Makeover | The Seattle Times


University of Kansas
Bachelor of Architecture