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hok law f i rms | se l e c t i m ag e p o rt fo l i o | 2014


HOK OVERVIEW

HOK is a global provider of planning,

HOK INTERIORS GROUP

design and delivery solutions for the built

Each interiors project presents a unique

environment. Since the firm’s founding in

set of circumstances: context, existing

1955, HOK has developed into one of the

conditions, program, client and the pressures

world’s largest, most diverse and respected

of budget and schedule. The best design

design practices. The firm employs more

solutions are created in direct response

than 1,600 professionals linked across

to all of these factors and achieve an

a global network of 24 offices on three

uncompromising balance among varied

continents.

interests. We are problem solvers, designing environments to help our clients achieve their

PHILOSOPH Y A ND A PPROACH

objectives. At the same time, we recognize

HOK people are committed to creating

that our designs must go beyond pure

environments that make a profoundly

function - they must enrich people’s lives in a

positive impact on people’s lives. Each HOK

positive and meaningful way.

project is approached individually, without preconceptions, and designed to serve the

HOK believes that there are no set

unique needs and aspirations of the specific

architectural solutions, no right style or

client and its surrounding community. The

signature, rather that the best design

firm’s flexible work processes and advanced

solutions are unique to each project and

technology equip us to effectively deliver

enhance the best features of the original

projects of any size, scale or location. Our

structure. We believe design calls for an

diverse talent and highly collaborative

organizing concept – a principle that guides

culture enables us to assemble teams with

and inspires the synthesis of a total solution.

specialized expertise from throughout the HOK office network.

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HOK OVERVIEW (CONTINUED)

We feel very strongly that good design does

Engineering News-Record magazine Top

not occur in a vacuum. The best projects

200 International Design Firms, July 2013:

are a collaboration among the architect,

• #2 A/E Firm

the consultants and the client/user; and the most sucessful projects result from

Engineering News-Record magazine Top

working as a team, focusing on the goals

500 Design Firms, July 2013:

of the team, and bringing together design/

• #1 A/E Firm

technical expertise and client knowledge. We believe that the best design is achieved

Engineering News-Record magazine Top

when each participant feels personally and

100 Green Firms, July 2013:

professionally responsible for the project’s

• Top 5 Green Design Firms by Sector (#1

success.

Healthcare)

INDUSTRY R ANKINGS

DesignIntelligence May 2013:

Building Design + Construction magazine

• #2 Sustainable Role Model

Giants 300 Survey, July 2012:

• #1 Firm for Technology Expertise

• Aviation and Transportation Firm (#1) • Federal Government Design Firm (#1)

Four consecutive years, DesignIntelligence

• Top A/E Firm (#2)

has ranked HOK as a leader in sustainable

• Green Building Architecture Firm (#2)

and high-performance design.

• BIM Architecture Firm (#2) • Government Architecture Firm (#2) • Reconstruction Architecture Firm (#2) • Office Architecture Firms (#2) • Science and Technology Architecture (#3) • International Architecture Firm (#3)

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Interior Design magazine Top 100 Giants, January, 2014: • Leading Interior Design Firm


I N T ERIO R S ERV I C ES

C O M P R EH EN S I V E S ERV I C ES

Facility Programming, Planning & Management Work Process Studies Feasibility Studies Alternative Officing Studies Interior Design Building Evaluations / Test Fits Space Planning Design Development Construction Documents Construction Administration Prototype Design Workstation Design Lighting & Fixture Design Sustainable Design Furniture Specification / Inventory Artwork Programs Lease Consultation Signage / Graphic Design Cost Analysis Custom Furniture Design Change Management ADA Compliance

Strategic Accounts Architecture CAD/Animation Construction Services Cost Estimating Facility Management Interior Design Laboratory Design Landscape Architecture Lighting Design M/E/P Engineering Site Planning Structural Engineering Urban Design Visual Communications On-site Workplace Services

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GLOBAL SERVICES

H O K A RO U N D T H E WO R L D

Today, HOK is recognized among the world’s

Increasingly, our corporate, law firm

design leaders for providing solutions that

and other professional services clients

help companies consistently establish

are expanding around the world. These

effective workplaces across the globe.

companies often require global solutions, but they also need local delivery. Today, about 600 HOK professionals – more than one-third of our staff – reside in offices outside the U.S. We shape our international offices into local practices, staffed and led by professionals who speak the native language and who share the culture and customs. Adding to our strength, we also seek the best local design firms for strategic alliances or partnerships. The combination of local expertise and broad geographic reach is backed by our experience with best practices in corporate design. Our expansion has made it possible for us to build a portfolio of successful engagements with a wealth of multi-regional and multinational corporations. In fact, HOK’s processes for managing the portfolio-level requirements of large corporations across multiple geographies has become a key differentiator for our firm and an important value-add for our clients.

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H O K O F F I C E L O C AT I O N S

CHICAGO ST. LOUIS

TORONTO OTTAWA

KANSAS CITY

NEW YORK

DENVER

LONDON (2)

WASHINGTON DC

SAN FRANCISCO

BEIJING

NASHVILLE

LOS ANGELES

ATLANTA

DALLAS

SHANGHAI

TAMPA HOUSTON

MIAMI

DUBAI

HONG KONG

MEXICO CITY SINGAPORE BRISBANE

LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD


S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y

C O M M I T M E N T T O S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y

These resources served as the foundation for

By developing solutions to enhance aesthetic

The HOK Guidebook for Sustainable Design,

goals while limiting resource consumption,

widely recognized as one of the design

improving building performance and

profession’s seminal textbooks.

promoting occupant health and productivity, HOK is leading the way to an increasingly

TA N G I B L E R E S U LT S

sustainable future.

HOK has convincingly demonstrated that “green” projects can be delivered without

U N M AT C H E D E X P E R T I S E

compromising budget constraints, aesthetic

In the early ‘90s, HOK chose to build

goals or building performance. Our built

sustainable design into all practice areas,

projects include office buildings, hospitals,

service offerings and regional offices rather

laboratories, corporate campuses, airports,

than creating a separate specialty group. Our

museums, schools and master-planned

commitment emanates from every level of the

communities throughout the world. HOK

organization — from Chairman Bill Valentine,

currently has 148 LEED-certified projects, 10

to Integrated Design Director Gerry Faubert,

BREEAM-certified projects, 4 Green Mark-

to a network of “Sustainable Managers” in

certified projects and 1 Green Globes project.

each regional office and practice area. INDUSTRY RECOGNITION

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More than 750 HOK employees have become

HOK’s expertise and leadership have

Leadership in Energy and Environmental

been acknowledged through awards

Design® (LEED)-accredited through the US

and recognition from leading industry

Green Building Council (USGBC).

organizations, including:

Long before the creation of the LEED green

For the second consecutive year, HOK

building rating system, HOK developed

ranked #1 on Engineering News-

sustainability checklists by phase and topic.

Record’s “Top 100 Green Design Firms.”


HOK ranked #3 in the inaugural “Architect

For six consecutive years, HOK designs were selected for the “Top 10 Green

magazine, based on sustainability,

Projects list” by the American Institute of

design excellence and profitability.

Architects Committee on the Environment.

HOK’s 15-year commitment and

HOK is the only design firm to earn the

contributions to the green building

“Designing a Sustainable and Secure

movement were honored by the US Green

World” award from Global Green USA,

Building Council with the “Organizational

the US affiliate of Mikhail Gorbachev’s

Excellence” award at the 2006 USGBC

worldwide environmental organization

Leadership Awards program.

Green Cross International.

HOK earned the prestigious 2006 Sustainable Design Leadership Award, presented by CoreNet Global, International Interior Design Association, and American Institute of Architects Committees on the

H O K AWA R D S

#1 “Top 100 Green Design Firms,” ENR “Top Ten Green Projects,” including KAUST. Eight AIA Committee on the Environment

Environment and Interior Architecture.

#1 “Most Influential Green Design Firm,”

The firm was previously honored with

Design Intelligence survey

a “Special Commendation” by this international awards program in 2003. •

100” list published by Architect

The HOK Guidebook for Sustainable Design was named 2005 Best

HOK “Organizational Excellence Award,” US Green Building Council Leadership Awards Program

Sustainable Practice Winner in the

“Sustainable Design Leadership Award,”

category of Educational Initiatives by

Design Firm Winner. Presented by the AIA

the Sustainable Buildings Industry

committees on the Environment and Interior

Council (SBIC).

Architecture, CoreNet Global and the IIDA

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L AW F I R M E X P E R I E N C E

HOK has a robust network of experienced

HOK LAW CLIENTS Alschuler, Grossman, Stein & Kahan

law firm leaders throughout the firm that are

Arnold & Porter

poised to deliver law firm space in any global

Ausley & McMullen

market. With comprehensive experience in

Baker & McKenzie

H O K ’ S L AW F I R M T H I N K TA N K

law firm design as well as other industries, our team brings vast knowledge to the table to help inform any project. As a global

Berman Devalerio Bingham McCutchen

firm, HOK is committed to always bringing

Blake, Cassels & Graydon

the freshest information to each client. To

Bondurant Mixson & Elmore

facilitate this sharing, our law firm leaders

Borden Ladner Gervais

meet quarterly at a minimum to discuss business issues in the legal industry and consider how space might best support the work style and culture of today’s law firm.

Broad and Cassel Bryan Cave Carlton Fields Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

Should we be selected to work with your

Cook, Yancey, King, & Galloway

firm, we will organize our internal resources

Crosby, Heafy, Roach & May

to deliver projects locally with centralized knowledge management and oversight. Our global team’s collaborative input on law firm

Davis Polk Debevoise and Plimpton

projects will allow the best possible planning

Dechert

and design solutions to be developed and

DLA Piper

delivered in the most efficient way.

Dreier Stein & Kahan Dutton Brock Ferruzzo & Ferruzzo

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Finnegan & Henderson

McGuireWoods

Finely Kumble Wagner Heine

Nossaman

Fraser Milner Casgrain

O’Donnell Schaeffer

Gaedertz Vieregge Quack Kreile

O’Melveny & Myers

Gallop Johnson & Neuman

Oppenhoff & Rädler

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs

Guilfoil Petzall & Shoemake

Pillsbury Madison & Sutro

Gunderson Dettmer

Renolds Porter Chamberlain

Gunster, Yoakley, Criser & Stewart

Riordan & McKinzie

Hall, Booth, Smith and Slover

Rogers & Hardin

Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft

Shaw, Pittman, Potts & Trowbridge

Haynes and Boone

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Heller Ehrman

SJ Berwin

Holland & Knight

Stein Mitchell Muse & Cipollone

Husch & Eppenberger

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan

Irell & Manella

Sullivan & Cromwell

Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue

Torkin Manes

Littler, Mendelson, Fastiff, Tichy and Mathiason

Van Etten Suzumoto & Becket

Los Angeles County Bar Association Lynberg & Watkins Lyon & Lyon McCarthy Tetrault

Vinson & Elkins Taylor Wessing White & Case (Mulitple Locations) WilmerHale Williams Schifino

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L AW F I R M D E S I G N S T R AT E G Y

the same way they were 20 years ago, even

A C U LT U R E O F L E A R N I N G

For many years, the interior design industry

though technology has evolved significantly

has

to

since then. Examples of ineffective law firm

establish law firm design. While benchmarks

space are abundant – guest chairs used for

can be useful for the comparison of certain

piles of paper or boxes, empty shelves above

metrics, the reality is that each firm is a unique

the desk intended for library books, monitors

business and deserves a strategy developed

that don’t fit well on the desk, and desks that

around its practice, culture and operations

are not ergonomically designed for computer

rather than a formulaic solution based on

use.

relied

heavily

on

benchmarking

what other law firms have done. Benchmarks (such as RSF per attorney) are firm-specific, static data that becomes stale almost as soon as it is calculated.

This data is equivalent

to sound bites that don’t communicate the effectiveness of the work environment in supporting another firm’s practice. That is, space-related metrics generally report how a space was designed, not how it actually performs.

From firm to firm, the same

assumptions cannot necessarily be made; the same conditions and factors don’t necessarily exist. In short, the utility of benchmarking is

most effective in yielding a law office that will remain relevant for a new lease term, adapting to new technology, future generations of lawyers, and competitive legal practice? HOK looks at broader trends and their impact on the workplace, understanding the business driver behind each trend and its potential application to new clients.

Benchmarking

information from our own work, published other projects, or the Legal Industry Council of IFMA Benchmarking report (which HOK

overstated and reliance on it should be limited.

sponsored exclusively) will provide contextual

When so many firms have been designed

strategic programming process, the result is a

to resemble each other, the spaces often

workplace made for the business, not copied

are outdated from the day of move in. For

from another, potentially irrelevant example.

example, most attorney offices are designed

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So, what planning and design approach is

and comparative data. When folded into the


WHAT WE ARE

HEARING

Excerpts from the Yale student responses to HOK’s Law Student Survey

“Most lawyers should be allowed to telecommute from home most days of the week. It is environmentally wasteful to continue to require them to commute 5 days a week on overcrowded roads. Law firms need to think outside the box on how to use the internet to lower the need for gasoline.”

“Sustainability is very important to me, and I expect law firms to have a plan to conserve energy and lower their carbon footprint – if only because it tells me that this is a law firm that is conservative and not wasteful with their money.”

“Natural light, a window, independent office spaces with an open door policy . . . these are all necessities. In fact, it would be best if everyone kept their doors either completely or halfway open. Closed doors give off a vibe of isolation and reclusiveness.”

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CaT H EriN E H E aT H,

RO N BAT EM A N,

AIA , IIDA , LEED® ID + C

senior Principal | Director of interiors, washington DC

AIA

Vice President | Director of Design, Interiors Catherine Heath is a Senior Principal and Director of Interior Design in Washington, DC. Ms. Heath has over 20 years experience providing workplace strategy and design services for a wide variety of interiors projRon Bateman has designed more than 3/ million of interiors. During his 30 year career, he has ect types, including legal, corporate headquarters, financial services tradingsquare floors, feet government agencies,

worked on projects ranging from 2,000 square feet tomixed 525,000 square feet, non-profit, institutional clients, multi-family residential, building repositioning and use projects. Ms. primarily for professional Heath oversees the conceptual design, space designBuilding and detail development and and finish and furniservice firms andplanning, energy clients. client relationships creating innovative design concepts are ture selection and is ultimately responsible for all interior design solutions. Ms. Heath also serves on HOK’s two of Ron’s many passions. His work has earned accolades from his clients and a number of awards from Management Board. the design community. Ron’s special abilities allow him to gain and maintain client confidence as well as create award-winning spaces.

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Bachelor E D u Cof AtEnvironmental ION

Akin, Gump, Strauss, SELEC t E D E X PHauer E R I E N C&EFeld LLP*

Design, Texas A&M University University of Pennsylvania

Houston, Texas stein, mitchell, muse & cipollone

master of architecture

PROFESSIONAL ofIVirginia R EGUniversity I S T R AT ON BachelorArchitect, of Science in Architecture Registered

Texas #13161

Washington, Baker Botts LLP DC

Houston, Texas

arnold & Porter Washington, DC

Virginia Norton McLean, Rose Fulbright*

New York, New York P R O F E S S I O N A L R EG I S t R At I O N SHouston, Texas

architect District MEM B E R S-H I P S of Columbia LEED accredited American Institute Professional of Architects

Rice Design Alliance Museum ofE RFine Arts/Houston MEMB SHIP S American Institute of Architects

Denver, Colorado

Palo Alto, California

HOK Washington DC Management Committee HOK Management Board

LLC*

San Francisco, California

London, Houston, TexasUK Dechert llP

Greenberg TraurigDC LLP* Washington,

Houston, Texas Boston, Massachusetts

District of Columbia Building Industry Association( DCBIA)

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2013 Bisnow

White & case

2013 Bisnow * Experience prior to joiningfor HOK ‘Spaces Designed Interaction’

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experience center

McConnel Jones Lanier Murphy LLP* Atlanta, Georgia

Houston, Texas K&l gates* Washington, DC

abu Dhabi national Oil company

foley & lardner*

(aDnOc)

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Abu Dhabi, UAE

seyfarth shaw*

Wexler & Walker

Reed Smith* Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Washington, DC

Jones Day*

sprint

Washington, DC

Reston, Virginia

HowreyHouston, llP* Texas

Porsche U.s. Headquarters &

Hirsch & Westheimer PC*

Washington, DC

experience center Atlanta, Georgia

Smith, Murdaugh, Little & Bonham LLP*

Hughes, Hubbard & reed*

abu Dhabi national Oil company

San Antonio, Miami, Texas Florida

(aDnOc)

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Houston, Texas

Kirkland & ellis* Washington, DC;

Lazard New Freres &New Co.York, LLC* York, Chicago, Houston, TexasIllinois Winstron & strawn, llP

Locke Lord LLP* London, UK Houston, Texas

‘Real Estate Strategies for Law Firms & Associations’

Porsche U.s. Headquarters &

Washington, DC

Gresham, Davis, Gregory, Worthy & Moore*Washington, Houston, DC Texas

Commercial Real Estate Women(CREW) Alto, California HaynesPalo Whaley* Co-Chair of Programs for CREW 2011 National Convention

Houston, Texas

WilmerHale *

National Locations & Horton LLP* GordanLos Arata McCollam Thompson Angeles, CalforniaDuplantis & Eagan

International Interior Design Association U.S. Green Building Council

McDermott, Will & Emery LLP*

Dla/Piper*

DC Looper Washington, Reed & McGraw PC*

Houston, Texas Weil gotshal & manges* Washington, DC

Abu Dhabi, UAE 4 Deltek Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP* Herndon, Virginia

Houston, Texas

Booz allen Hamilton

Wexler & Walker Washington, DC

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP* Herndon, Virginia Washington, DC Texas Houston, Deloitte

American Momentum Bank*

sprint Reston, Virginia

Washington, DC

College Station, Texas 4 Rosslyn, Virginia Chicago, Illinois*

Goldman Sachs & Co.*

glaxosmithKline consolidation

Memphis, Tennessee

Qatar Petroleum Headquarters* Doha, Qatar Pritzker & Hyatt Headquarters*

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Bae systems

4 goldman sachs*

Arlington, Virginia

Jersey City, New Jersey


CaT H EriN E H E aT H,

AIA , IIDA , LEED® ID + C

senior Principal | Director of interiors, washington DC CAT H ERIN E H E AT H, A I A , I I D A , L E E D A P I D + C ®

Principal | Director of Interior Design Catherine Heath is a Senior Principal and Director of Interior Design in Washington, DC. Ms. Heath has over 20 years experience providing workplace strategy and design services for a wide variety of interiors projCatherine’s experience in law firm workplace programming, strategy and design started in 1990 with ect types, including legal, corporate headquarters, financial services / trading floors, government agencies, the programming and real estate analysis for Howrey DC and has continued non-profit, institutional clients, multi-family residential, building repositioning and mixed use projects. Ms. over 20 years. She Heath oversees the conceptual design, space planning, and detailand development and finishstrategy and furnibecame widely known as adesign law firm expert has led workplace efforts for many of the ture selection and is ultimately responsible for all interior design solutions. Ms. Heath also serves on HOK’s AmLaw Top 20 firms. Catherine’s experience includes completely rethinking the building design to Management Board. work for DLA Piper’s move in 2005, completing a detailed workplace strategy for the Chicago office of Kirkland & Ellis (including a comprehensive review of space utilization and compelling results that presented major financial savings for the firm), and currently leading comprehensive interior design services of multiple projects for Arnold & Porter’s global real estate portfolio. SELEC tED E XPERIENCE

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S E L EC T E D E X P E R I E N C E

University of Pennsylvania master of architecture

Deloittestein, mitchell, muse & cipollone

University of Pennsylvania

Master of Architecture, 1993 University of Virginia

Washington, DC DC Washington,

University of Virginia

arnold & Porter Arnold & Porter

Bachelor of Science in

Washington, DC

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Architecture, P R O F E S S I1989 ONAL

Washington, DC McLean, Virginia

McLean,New Virginia York, New York R EG I S t R At I O N S

architect - District of Columbia

Denver, New York, NewColorado York

PROFESSIONAL

Alto, California Denver, Palo Colorado

R EG I S T R AT I O N S

Palo Alto, California

Architect - District of Columbia

Los Angeles, Calfornia London, UK

LEED accredited Professional

MEMBERSHIPS

Los Angeles, Calfornia San Francisco, California

#101649

American Institute of Architects LEED Accredited Professional

Management Committee International Interior Design

Hughes, Hubbard & Reed*

White & case Human Rights Campaign* New York, Washington, DC New York Miami, Florida

HOK Management Board Association

Los Angeles, California

District of Columbia Building SughruePalo Mion* Commercial Real Estate Women(CREW) Alto, California Co-Chair of Programs for CREW 2011Washington, DC Industry Association (DCBIA) National Convention Commercial Real Estate Women

Kirkland & ellis*

Washington, DC; District of Columbia Building Industry Jones Day* New York, New York, Association( DCBIA)

Washington, DCIllinois Chicago,

SPE A kING ENGAGEMENtS

HowreyWinstron LLP* & strawn, llP

2013 Bisnow

Washington, DC

‘Real Estate Strategies for Law Firms & Associations’ 2013 Bisnow * Experience prior to joiningfor HOK ‘Spaces Designed Interaction’

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Washington, DC Washington, DC

London, UK

Weil Gotshal & Manges* Washington, DC Washington, DC foley & lardner* Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Kirkland & Ellis*

seyfarth shaw*

abu Dhabi national Oil company (aDnOc) Abu Dhabi, UAE Wexler & Walker

Chicago, Illinois

Jones Day*

sprint

Washington, DC

Reston, Virginia

Washington, DC Howrey llP*

Porsche U.s. Headquarters &

Washington, DC

experience center

K&L Gates*

Atlanta, Georgia

Hughes, Hubbard & reed*

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Booz Allen Hamilton 4 Deltek

abu Dhabi national Oil company (aDnOc) Abu Dhabi, UAE

Herndon, Virginia 4 20 M Street, Washington, DC Wexler & Walker

Herndon, Virginia

Booz allen Hamilton

Washington, DC

Herndon, Virginia

GlaxoSmithKline Consolidation Washington, DC Research Triangle Park, North sprint Carolina

Reston, Virginia

Deloitte

Washington, DC

BAE Systems

4 Rosslyn, Virginia

Arlington, Chicago, Illinois*

Virginia

glaxosmithKline consolidation

Qatar Petroleum Headquarters* Doha, Qatar Pritzker & Hyatt Headquarters*

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Bae systems

4 goldman sachs*

Arlington, Virginia

Jersey City, New Jersey

Weil gotshal & manges* Washington, DC

experience center Atlanta, Georgia

Washington, DC; New York, New York, National Locations Washington, DC

Dla/Piper* Washington, DC

Porsche U.s. Headquarters &

K&l gates*

Wilmer Hale *

Dechert llP

Washington, DC International Interior Design Association Washington, DC Boston, Massachusetts Council M E MU.S. B EGreen R S H Building IPS

American Institute DC of Architects HOK Washington

WilmerHale * DLA/Piper*


CaT H EriN E H E aT H,

AIA , IIDA , LEED® ID + C

Principal | Director of interiors, washington DC CL AY PEN D ERGRsenior AST, AIA , IIDA , LEED A P ®

Senior Vice President | Director of Interior Design / Design Principal Catherine Heath is a Senior Principal and Director of Interior Design in Washington, DC. Ms. Heath has over 20 years experience providing workplace strategy and design services for a wide variety of interiors projClay is responsible forfinancial the design efforts/ trading of the HOK Interiors Group.agencies, In addition to supervising the design ect types, including legal, corporate headquarters, services floors, government

staff,multi-family he is a management resource project managers anduse designers byMs. addressing key design issues, non-profit, institutional clients, residential, buildingfor repositioning and mixed projects. Heath oversees the conceptual design, space planning, design detail development and finish and for furnihelping to resolve contractual andand liability issues and being responsible overall design quality. Clay has ture selection and is ultimately responsible for all interior design solutions. Ms. Heath also serves on HOK’s 25 years of experience as Design Principal. His portfolio encompasses extensive corporate, entertainment, Management Board. legal, technology, and institutional projects ranging in size from 10,000 to 700,000 sq. ft. Clay has an extraordinary talent for transforming client vision into strategic master plans, and built reality.

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University of Virginia,

Alschuler, Grossman, Stein & Kahn SELEC tED E XPERIENCE E D u Cof AtScience, ION Bachelor Architecture Santa Monica, California University of Pennsylvania stein, mitchell, muse & cipollone

architecture P R Omaster F E S Sof IO NAL

Ballard Spahr

R EG I S T R AT I O N

Las Vegas, Nevada

Washington, DC

University of Virginia#16006 Architect: Tennessee

arnold & Porter

Bachelor of Science in Architecture ® LEED Accredited Professional,

DC CarltonWashington, Fields

2004

Tampa, Florida

- District M E Marchitect BERSH I P S of Columbia

Gardner, Carton & Douglas Palo Alto, California

McLean, Virginia

P R O F E S S I O N A L R EG I S t R At I O N S

LEED accredited Professional International Interior Design

Denver, Colorado

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Association (IIDA) MEMBERSHIPS American Institute of Architects

American Institute of Architects

London, UK

Dreier Stein & Kahan LLP Santa Monica, California Dechert llP

International Interior Design Association U.S. Green Building Council HOK Washington DC Management Committee HOK Management Board

New York, New York

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Ferruzzo & Ferruzzo LLP

Newport Beach, California White & case New York, New York Miami, Florida Alschuler, Grossman & Pines Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, California

Commercial Real Estate Women(CREW)

Palo Alto, California

Co-Chair of Programs for CREW 2011 National Convention

Ackerman Senterfitt Kirkland & ellis*

District of Columbia Building Industry

Washington, DC; Los Angeles, California

Association( DCBIA)

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2013 Bisnow

New York, New York, Chicago, Illinois

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Los Angeles, California WilmerHale *

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abu Dhabi national Oil company

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(aDnOc)

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Chicago, Illinois Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Abu Dhabi, UAE

seyfarth shaw* Angle Roper & Hallam Wexler & Walker Warner National Locations

Washington, DC

Jones Day*

sprint

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Washington, DC Woods McGuire

Century City, California

Reston, Virginia

Howrey llP*

Porsche U.s. Headquarters &

Washington, DC

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Keck Mahin & Cate

4 Deltek

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Los Angeles, California

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Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

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Arlington, Virginia

Jersey City, New Jersey

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experience center Atlanta, Georgia

Washington, DC

Miller, Hiersche Deloitte

London, UK

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Hill, Van Santon, Steadman & Simpson

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