Gordon Wright is the director of HOK’s WorkPlace practice. Based in Chicago, he leads diverse project teams that solve clients’ business and organizational challenges related to real estate business process, strategic planning, workplace strategy and change management.
With more than 20 years of experience, Gordon has served as principal-in-charge on numerous large-scale, strategic consulting projects that have improved the built environment and transformed the workplace experience for organizations around the world.
His experience with the delivery of projects from inception through completion has given him a clear understanding of the challenges faced by corporate real estate teams. Gordon helps clients develop scalable, sustainable organizations by implementing appropriate infrastructure, creating innovative strategies, building teams and effectively using resources. He has expertise in developing global services and delivery strategies that provide value to multiregional and multinational companies. He works closely with clients to ensure that HOK’s account services align with their needs and exceed their expectations.
Gordon completed the Prosci® Change Management certification program and is a member of CoreNet Global and the Urban Land Institute.
“When you have a true partnership with clients and the consultant team over multiple projects, it makes working on projects memorable.”
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University of Minnesota
Bachelor of Arts, Art History
San Diego State University
Bachelor of Arts, Economics