Tim is a director of HOK’s global Science + Technology practice. A key member of HOK’s studio in Washington, D.C., he has more than two decades of experience as an architect and extensive knowledge about lab planning and programming for complex research facilities.
Tim has served as lab planner, lab architect, project manager and project architect on numerous research facility projects, including the DC Consolidated Forensic Lab Facility, a LEED Platinum building that won the R&D Magazine Lab of the Year Special Mention Award for Collaborative Science.
Tim frequently speaks on the topics of research facilities and scientific workplaces and has published articles about sustainable design and lab design.
Bachelor of Architecture with Honors