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HOK projects have marked aviation milestones since our founding in 1955, when we ushered in the jet age with our design for the Lambert St. Louis International Airport terminal.


From the JET AGE to AEROTROPOLIS to LEED to A380 and BEYOND!! 1950

Multi-Domed Terminal Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

1951 Boeing 707

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1980

Dallas / Fort Worth Int. Airport

Washington Dulles International Airport

1973 Concorde first flight to US

1990

King Khaled International Airport

Hong Kong Int. Airport Masterplanning and Architecture Concept Design


2000

2010

1st LEED Airport in World Boston Logan Int. Airport

1st LEED Airport Campus in World Indianapolis Int. Airport

1st LEED Gold Airport 1st Airport Designed Bangkok Suvarnabhumi in India specifically for A380 International Airport Delhi Indira Int. Airport Doha International Airport Midfield Satellite Concourse

AEROTROPOLIS

1998 LEED Formation

2000 “Aerotropolis” Term Created

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2007 A380 First Commercial Flight


The HOK commitment to operational and architectural excellence as well as providing a “exceptional travel experience” makes us one of the world’s leading aviation facility architects. Our ability to manage the total planning, design and construction process for aviation projects of any size or scope, along with our record of delivering projects on time and within budget, is unequaled in the industry. In addition to complete architecture, engineering, planning and other related disciplines, HOK offers specialized aviation related services including: •

Aerotropolis Planning

Terminal and Landside Master Planning

Architectural/Engineering Design of Terminals, Parking Garages, Cargo Facilities and other Airport-Related Facilities

Airport Facilities Programming

Tenant Facilities Design

Airport Building Systems

Retail/Commercial Design

Signage/Graphics/Wayfinding Systems

Lighting Design


Logan International Airport, Terminal A Boston, US

Size: 740,000 m2 / 26 gates Services: Programming / Terminal Planning / Architecture / Interiors / Lighting Design Completion: 2005 Awards: World’s First LEED Accredited Airport Terminal AIA / AAAE / ACC Jay Hollingsworth Speas Airport Award, 2008 4 LEED Ž NC Certified

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HOK provided full design services for the redevelopment of Logan’s Terminal A. The design consolidates all of Delta’s business units in a new 26-gate, 33,600 m2 terminal; a satellite 26,300m2 concourse, and a connecting pedestrian tunnel. A positive passenger impression has been achieved through distinct architectural forms, easily understood circulation patterns and a generous allocation of space for functional requirements with no compromise to operations and security. Selected Sustainable Highlights •

Reflective Roof Membrane and Paving

Filtration Storm Water Devices

High-Quality Low-E Shaded Glass

Low Emission Paint, Concrete Sealers, Caulking, and Carpet Drip Irrigation

Use of Daylight and Lighting Controls

76% of Construction Debris was Recycled or Diverted from Landfill

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Indianapolis International Airport, Colonel H. Weir Cook Terminal Indianapolis, US

Size: 125,000 m2 / 40 Gates Services: Master Architect / Programming / Terminal Planning and Design / Interiors / Landscape Planning / Lighting Design Completion: 2008 4 LEED 速 Silver Certified

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HOK was selected by the Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) as the Master Architect and Terminal Designer for the new terminal built between the gateway’s two main runways. The building, featuring a signature 60m diameter glass-and-steel skylight, includes a new ticketing hall, central passenger security, baggage claim area, US Customs facilities, administrative offices and 40 gates that can collectively accommodate a complete range of both narrow and widebody aircraft. The project is LEED certified and the first LEED certification given to an entire airport campus. The following is a list of awards received by the project. •

Best in Passenger Satisfaction, J.D. Power and Associates, 2010

Engineering Excellence Platinum Award, American Council of Engineering Companies, 2010

Engineering: Midwest Construction, ENR Magazine, 2010

Award of Merit, IES North America, 2009

Award of Merit, Green Building Category, Midwest Construction, 2009

Best Overall Specialty Retail Program in a Medium-Size Airport,

Airport Council International-North America (ACI-NA), 2009

Built Honor Award, AIA; St. Louis Chapter, 2009

Monumental Award for Architecture, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Award, 2009

National Partnership Award, TSA, 2009

Outstanding Engineering Function and Aesthetics, Midwest Construction, 2009

Section Award, IES St. Louis, 2009

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New Doha International Airport Doha, Qatar

Size: 588,000 m2 (Phase I and II) / 40 gate contact / 10 gate remote Services: Programming / Master Planning / Architecture / Interiors / MEP Engineering / Landscape Architecture Completion: 2013

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At the airport entry, traffic is organized by a lushly landscaped new boulevard and lagoon for both arriving and departing passengers to experience. The New Doha International Airport (NDIA) features a 588,000 m2 enclosed passenger terminal with 40 contact gates plus an additional 10 remote-stand gates. As part of the overall master plan, HOK is designing two, 100-room luxury hotels along with a 1,580 m2 health spa, a 1,900 m2 public mosque, 3,100-car parking garage with adjacent ground transportation building, two central utility plants, and a 66,000 m2 state-ofthe-art flight catering facility. In conjunction with Lea+Elliot, HOK is also designing an automated people mover (APM) allowing for effortless transfer between the airport’s two nodes and is accessible at both departure and arrival levels. All the materials for this project have been carefully selected with maintenance in mind and to be timeless, modern, warm, and complimentary to the culture and architectural heritage of the region. Aviation + Transportation


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Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi, India

Size: 250,000 m2 (New Terminal) / 129,000 m2 (Remodel Existing Terminal) Services: Master Planning / Terminal Planning / Architecture / Interiors Completion: 2008 - Existing Terminal / 2010 - New Terminal Awards: 1st LEED Gold Airport in India 4 India GBC LEED 速 Gold Certified

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The consortium led by HOK and Mott MacDonald were appointed by the GMR Group, an Indian infrastructure development firm, to take forward its plans for the upgrade and expansion of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. HOK provided architecture and programming services while Mott MacDonald provided project management and civil engineering. Also part of the team was the London/Delhibased engineering firm of Pell Frischmann/Frischmann Prabhu. HOK provided GMR with schemes for the airport at Delhi and the design scored the highest in technical ratings against several world-renowned bidders. This project entails the design of a new 250,000 m2 terminal which will provide India and its rapidly growing economy with a vital modern gateway. This new addition will increase the airport’s capacity from current levels of 16 mppa to 36 mppa. Also included in the brief is the refurbishment and extension of the existing international and domestic terminals. Phase 1 of the project, which targeted completion of the new terminal, was set for 2010, coinciding with India’s hosting of the Commonwealth Games. The concept design also included a multi-storey car park and airport village commercial centre connected via pedestrian links from the terminal to the new metro station/ interchange.

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班加罗尔机场一号航站楼 印度班加罗尔 Bengaluru International Airport, Terminal 1 Expansion Bangalore, India

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Size: 134,000 m2 Services: Architecture Completion: 2013 Awards: 2011 Autodesk Hong Kong Building Information Modelling (BIM) Awards

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HOK designed the expansion of Bangalore International Airport Terminal 1 to meet the soaring passenger demand to an estimate of over 17 million by 2015. An approximate additional space of 40,000 m2 will help meet the growing demand of increased air travel into and around India. A completely new landscaping concept will take shape and lead all the way up to the terminal building, while interior landscape features and planting introduce passengers from around the world to Bangalore as the garden city of India. Terminal 1 will sport an enhanced and modern design elevation and will be completed in 2013. Aviation + Transportation


Changi International Airport, Terminal 4 Singapore

Size: 160,000 m2 Services: Terminal Planning / Architecture / Interiors Completion: Design Competition

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HOK was one of five shortlisted international design firms invited to participate in the Changi International Airport Terminal 4 Competition. The design brief called for an exceptional innovative terminal experience focused on the airside commercial retail area. Terminal 4 will replace the existing Budget Terminal at the same site, but the new design will cater to a growing passenger trend, one that is affluent and travelling on low cost regional carriers. The terminal will have a capacity of 16 MAP, a total floor area of 140,000 m2, and will have 20 contact gates. HOK’s submission for Terminal 4 is a truly unique design that has not seen its like before. The design is marked by an undulating wave of glass structure, seemingly hanging from the roof and situated at the boundary between airside and landside. The glass structure is accessible by passengers and is envisioned to be primarily outdoor garden space with “pockets� of enclosed programmed space at the low points of the wave. Views of the retail commercial area can also be seen from the ticket lobby and are beautifully framed within the arches of the wave glass structure.

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Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Midfield Satellite Concourse Bangkok, Thailand

Size: 216,000 m2 Services: Architecture / Interiors Completion: 2016

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HOK is the Lead Design Architect of the MAA 103 Consortium that was selected for this significant expansion to the Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The new Midfield Satellite Concourse will have 28 aircraft contact gates, 8 of which will be able to handle Code F, A380 aircraft. The concourse building will be 216,000 m2 in area, 4 storeys high and will be connected back to the main terminal with a new underground APM and BHS system. The concourse interior is overwhelmingly modern but balanced with a sense of Thai-ness. Elements of Thai culture are incorporated in modern and artful ways, such as the ceiling made of crisscrossing arched ribs in-filled with timber colored slats. The resulting diamond patterned ceiling recalls both traditional silk cloth patterns as well as regional basket weaving textures. A series of gardens also serve to remind passengers of the tropical nature of the country at the same time bringing greenery and light deep into the concourse. The midfield satellite is scheduled to be complete and operational by 2016. Aviation + Transportation


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Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Mumbai, India

Size: 216,000 m2 Services: Architecture Completion: 2013 Awards: Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Award 2009

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Heathrow International Airport Terminal 5 Intermodal Station London, UK

Size: 587,558 ft 2 Services: Architecture / Construction Administration Completion: 2008

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Intermodal Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Size: 587,558 ft 2 Services: Architecture / Interiors Completion: 2008

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Our Aviation Projects

North America

Oklahoma City

Asia / Middle East

Antigua

Ontario, California

Bahrain

Atlanta

Orlando

Bangalore, India

Baltimore/Washington

Philadelphia

Central, Japan

Boston

Phoenix

Hong Kong

Chicago

Pittsburgh

Chubu, Japan

Dallas/Ft. Worth

San Diego

Cochin, India

Dayton

San Francisco

Delhi, India

Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood

Salt Lake City

Doha, Qatar

Honolulu

St. Louis

Fukuoka, Japan

Houston

Tampa

Kitakyushu, Japan

Indianapolis

Vandenberg

Mumbai, India

Kona

Washington Dulles

Nagoya, Japan New Delhi, India

Long Beach Los Angeles

Europe

Saudi Arabia

New York

Cork, Ireland

Sendai, Japan

New Orleans

Edinburgh, Scotland

Singapore

Newark

Lisbon, Portugal

Tobago

Oakland

London Heathrow, UK

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HOK HOK is a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm that provides planning and design solutions for high-performance, sustainable buildings and communities. Through our collaborative network of 23 offices and 1,600 people worldwide, we design excellence and innovation to clients globally. Founded in 1955, HOK’s expertise includes architecture, interiors, planning and urban design, engineering, strategic facility planning, consulting, lighting, graphics and construction services. In 2013, DesignIntelligence ranked HOK as the #2 role model for sustainable and highperformance design. HOK established its first overseas office in Hong Kong in 1984. For the last 30 years, we have delivered projects from the Middle East to India, Southeast Asia and China at the highest levels of design. We leverage our local resources of over 140 staff in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong with our global talent pool of experienced designers. Our diverse practice allows us a breadth of market-based expertise nearly unmatched in the world. •

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