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transportation planners and architects. Our projects are recognized for their design excellence, cost effectiveness, efficiency, flexibility and awardwinning levels of customer service. Since our founding in 1955, HOK has grown to more than 1,500 employees linked across a global network of 24 offices.

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HOK is among the world’s leading aviation and


D U B L IN A I R P O R T CI T Y DUBLIN, IREL AND

COMPREHENSIVE PL ANNING AND DESIGN SERVICES

Our design professionals have dedicated their careers to

Our professionals provide a range of integrated or stand-alone services including:

the planning, programming, design and management of

• Architecture

transportation and aviation facilities all over the world.

• Engineering

The HOK commitment to operational and architectural

• Lighting Design

excellence contributes to exceptional projects that deliver

• Interior Design

satisfying travel experiences. Our ability to manage the total

• Programming

planning, design and construction process for projects of any

• Landscape Architecture

size or scope, along with our record of delivering projects on

• Visual Communications

time and within budget is unequaled in the industry.

• Planning

At HOK, we are passionate about transportation.

• Project Management • Urban Design


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1 , 6 0 0 E M P L OY E E S L I N K E D A C R O S S A G L O B A L N E T WO R K O F 2 4 O F F I C E S

HOK has always been guided by a singular mission: Enrich people’s lives through innovative, thoughtful design. With a collaborative network of 24 offices worldwide, the firm has an active presence in most continents and knowledge-based design in many market sectors. HOK is committed to developing resources and expertise to help lead the world toward sustainable communities and building environments. HOK was founded in St. Louis, Missouri in 1955. For more than five decades it has taken seriously its responsibility for advancing the profession and practice of architecture and interior design to shape the human experience.


WE WRITE THE BOOKS

The HOK Guidebook to Sustainable Design, Second Edition, includes extensive new design process information, updated case studies, and post-occupancy evaluations organized to support use of the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building rating system. Complete with practical tools and real-world examples, this hands-on reference is for architects, engineers, planners, landscape architects, interior designers, construction contractors, building owners and students.

The Green Workplace, authored by HOK’s Leigh Stringer, is a comprehensive guide that demonstrates how green businesses can reduce costs, enhance productivity, improve recruitment and retention, increase shareholder value and contribute to a healthier natural environment. The book features real-world examples from Bloomberg, Google, Sprint, Adobe, Texas Instruments and 25 other companies that have experienced the benefits of greener workplaces. It also illustrates opportunities to leverage the latest technology to green an organization’s buildings and overall business.

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Building on two decades of hands-on experience in sustainability, HOK is committed to creating solutions that enhance aesthetic goals, limit resource consumption, improve performance and promote health and productivity. In 2012, HOK ranked No. 1 as Most Influential Green Design Firm in DesignIntelligence survey.


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HOK DESIGNED THE WORLD’S FIRST LEED® CERTIFIED AIRPORT TERMINAL , L O G A N I N T E R N AT I O N A L A I R P O R T, T E R M I N A L A COLONEL H. WEIR COOK TERMINAL INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ® Indianapolis, IN | LEED -NC Certified

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SKYTRAIN PHASE I Phoeniz, AZ | LEED®-NC Gold

DELHI INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Delhi, India | LEED®-NC Gold


Table of Contents

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Boston Logan International Airport

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Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

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George Bush International Airport APM Station

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Indianapolis International Airport, Colonel H. Weir Cook Terminal

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Los Angeles International Airport Tom Bradley International Terminal Star Alliance First Class & Business Class Lounges

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA

Houston, Texas, USA

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse extension and two automated people mover stations Chantilly, Virginia

Bengaluru International Airport

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Cork International Airport

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Indira Gandhi International Airport

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New Doha International Airport

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Fukuoka International Airport

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New Lisbon International Airport

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Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Air Traffic Control Tower and technical block

Bangalore, India

Cork, Ireland

Delhi, India

Doha, Qatar

Fukuoka, Japan

Lisbon, Portugal

Mumbai, India

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Sendai International Airport Sendai, Japan

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Boston Logan International Airport 11

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Completion: 2005

A national model for passenger- and

The Delta complex has 18 gates with

environmental-friendly airport facilities,

direct jetbridge loading and seven

Terminal A is Boston’s Logan Airport’s

regional jet gates. It is comprised of

first truly sustainable structure.

two structures: A 362,000 sq. ft. main terminal and a 284,000 sq. ft.

Terminal A’s redevelopment reaffirms

satellite concourse, connected by

Massport’s environmental commitment

an underground pedestrian moving

to the community and passengers,

walkway.

with design features that maximize “green” technology — including the

The terminal has achieved a LEED

use of recyclable materials, natural

certification. Additionally, Westfield

lighting, energy conservation plans and

Management Corporation, Terminal

alternative fuel utilization.

A’s master concessionaire, is working toward pursuing LEED certification through the LEED-Commercial Interiors program.

◄ main terminal

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648,000 sq. ft.


â–˛ check-in hall


▼ security checkpoint entrance

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BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


15 ◄ main terminal BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

◄ main terminal ◄ check-in hall


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◄ main terminal

BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ main terminal


Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 19

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA

Completion: 2003

Serving more than 62,100 passengers

In addition to complete architectural

a day, Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood is

design of the exterior and interior of the

one of the fastest-growing airports

building, HOK’s scope of work included

in the county. HOK was the lead

systems design for baggage handling,

architect for the design of a two-story,

hydrant fueling, passenger boarding

500,000-square-foot terminal building

bridges, 400Hz ground power,

and concourses. The project included

preconditioned air, FIDS and airline

23 jet gates, pedestrian connectors to

communications.

a new parking structure, aircraft ramp parking and taxiways.

â—„ main terminal

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500,000 sq. ft. / 23 gates


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FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ check-in ◄ arrivals


▼ main terminal

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FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


George Bush International Airport APM Station 25

Houston, Texas, USA

Completion: 2010

HOK, in collaboration with RdlR,

A new Power Distribution Station

implemented the expansion program

(PDS) is situated at the midpoint of

which includes a new APM Station at

the new Guideway extension and

Terminal A, a new elevated Guideway

provides electrical power to the new

extension from Terminal B to Terminal A

APM system components. In addition,

and a passenger corridor that provides

the existing Maintenance Station

post-security passenger access to

Facility (MSF) was modiďŹ ed to provide

Terminal A concourses.

increased servicing and maintenance capacity for the overall APM system.

The Terminal A APM Station and elevated Guideway project completes

The extension project ended $3 million

the extension of the APM system to

under budget and three months early.

serve all terminals at the airport, from Terminal A to Terminal E and the FIS Facility.

â—„ detail

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26,085 sq. ft. - station and secure corridor 1,676 gross sq. ft. - PDS building 630 sq. ft. - MSF building addition 1,440 linear ft. - guideway


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GEORGE BUSH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT APM STATION


▼ main terminal

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GEORGE BUSH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT APM STATION


▼ APM station and secure passenger connector

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GEORGE BUSH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT APM STATION


site plan ► 1

highway 70

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curbside drop off

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terminal

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concourse

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parking garage

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Indianapolis International Airport, Colonel H. Weir Cook Terminal 33

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Completion: 2008

The design for this airport terminal

Befitting the Indianapolis “Circle City”

The entire facility was designed with

created a spectacular gateway for

nickname, the heart of this terminal

an intuitive layout that facilitates a

visitors, a valuable civic asset for the

is the grand Civic Plaza, marked with

seamless transition from ground to

region and a redefinition of what a 21st-

a hyperbolic skylight 200 feet in

air and vice-versa. With 40 gates

century airport can be.

diameter. This space is the circulation

on two 110-foot wide concourses,

nexus of the airport, and its grandeur

passengers are always in touch with

The design acknowledges that

celebrates the intense social interaction

their destination via the sloped roof line

international airports are often the

that occurs here. A nod to Monument

reminiscent of an airplane wing.

traveler’s first and last impression of a

Circle, the center of downtown

metropolitan area. A dynamic spatial

Indianapolis, the skylight offers natural

In addition to providing a terminal that

and sculptural form manifests three

light to the main gathering space,

establishes new paradigms for security,

primary objectives. First, the terminal

bringing the landscape of the sky

the terminal design reaffirms the

acts as a monumental gateway, with

inside.

importance of vital public space, robust human interaction and the marvelous

an arch in the transverse section

◄ main terminal

creating a threshold. Second, the

The front ticketing hall rises to 82 feet

event of flight. This new terminal turns

terminal celebrates the event of flight,

in height while Civic Plaza is 60 feet

“process into procession.”

as the longitudinal section elevates

tall. The corresponding two curtainwall

at the landside, descends at security

assemblies connect the traveler to

and rises again to airside. Finally, the

Indianapolis via panoramic views of the

terminal is a high-performance building,

environs, sky and view of downtown

bearing a refined and tailored roof with

five miles away. The natural light

apertures sized to create natural light,

entering through the glazed facades

reflect heat, channel water and harness

enhances the impression of an outdoor

airflows that draw clean air through the

city square and creates a relaxed, social

terminal.

atmosphere.

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1.2 million sq. ft. / 111,480 sq. m.


▼ main terminal

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INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ▼ main terminal & concourse


â–ź civic plaza


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▼ detail

▲ concourse

INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ detail


▲ courtyard along arrival road

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INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

◄ civic plaza


Los Angeles International Airport Tom Bradley International Terminal Star Alliance First Class & Business Class Lounges

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Los Angeles, California, USA

Completion: 2007

A primary design consideration was the

HOK achieved this by creating an

number of people the lounge needed to

open space designed to ow smoothly

accommodate, as it was important that

from one area to the next. The major

the space evoke a feeling of intimacy

divisions of space are achieved using

and privacy without creating a series of

a walnut screen and a stainless steel

small, crowded rooms.

mesh partition as opposed to dry wall, as well as incorporating sliding, brushed-glass doors on the VIP lounges.

â—„ lounge

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15,000 sq. ft.


▲ lounge

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STAR ALLIANCE FIRST CLASS & BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGES

◄ lounge


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◄ lounge

STAR ALLIANCE FIRST CLASS & BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGES

▲ restroom


Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse Extension and Two Automated People Mover Stations

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Chantilly, Virginia

Completion: 2008: Concourse 2010: APM Stations

â—„ main terminal

HOK planned and designed the

narrow and widebody aircraft. The ďŹ ve-

new 12-gate western extension of

story structure supports environmental

Concourse B (Tier 1) and the east and

systems and airline, tenant and

west underground AeroTrain stations

management space. The concourse

(with three optional gates) servicing

level contains double passenger

passengers from the Main Terminal.

hold rooms, retail and concessions, airline club facilities and passenger

The concourse expansion provides

circulation. The lower level provides

passengers vertical access to the

space for a future baggage basement

underground APM station below and a

that will connect to the Main Terminal

concourse sized to accommodate both

baggage facility.

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238,756 sq. ft. Concourse 118,508 sq. ft. East APM Station 163,506 sq. ft. West APM Station


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◄ concourse

WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ concourse


▼ APM station

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WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


Bengaluru International Airport 53

Bangalore, India

Completion: 2010: Design Development 2012: Estimated Construction

With passenger demand projected to

Also included are gates designed

increase to more than 17 MAP, the new

specifically for the new wide-bodied

terminal extension offers enhanced

aircraft such as the AirbusA380 and

capacity to cater to the growing

new airline lounges. Metallic finishes

passenger traffic estimates. The

enhance the hi-tech nature of the

expanded terminal includes 83 check-in

city while interior landscape features

desks and 13 baggage reclaim belts.

introduce passengers to Bangalore as the garden city of India.

HOK provided design services from concept through design development phase. The design is based on a dramatic swooping and curving roof which unifies the new and existing facilities. Forming a dramatic canopy at the main entrance, the roof offers passengers an enlarged covered area from inclement weather.

◄ main terminal

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134,000 sq. m. / 1.4 million sq. ft. 23 gates


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BENGALURU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


Cork International Airport 57

Cork, Ireland

Completion: 2006

Aiming to increase the capacity of this

The new passenger terminal provides

thriving regional airport from 1.7 million

four 757-300 contact gates and

passengers per year to 3 million, HOK

32 check-in stations. A future 11

was selected as the design architect

contact gates may be developed

to master plan and program a new

with contiguous stands for regional

terminal facility.

airline operations.The forecourt accommodates taxis and coaches along

A master plan study was undertaken

with a parking garage located adjacent

to determine the viability of expanding

to the terminal building to provide

the current terminal versus building a

short- and medium-term parking.

new facility. It was decided that a new terminal building would greatly minimize

The terminal’s design takes

impacts to the operation of the existing

advantage of the sloping site to give

terminal and airport.

grandstand views of the airfield with a predominantly glass double-height facade. On the landside, the lower building elevation reflects local architecture with stone and rendered walls.

◄ main terminal

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269,000 sq. ft.


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CORK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ detail


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CORK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ gate hold room


▼ main terminal

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CORK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


Indira Gandhi International Airport 65

Delhi, India

1,290,000 sq. ft. remodel existing terminal Completion: 2008: Existing terminal 2010: New terminal

HOK and Mott MacDonald led a

travelers a year, more than doubling the

consortium for renovation and extension

facility’s previous capacity. Terminal 3

of the existing international and domestic

emphasizes natural light, highly recycled

terminals, as well as the design of a new

construction materials and battery-

2.6 million sq. ft. terminal.

operated vehicles for transporting travelers between terminals.

Built in just 37 months, the integrated domestic and international terminal

Indira Gandhi International is the

is designed to handle 34 million

second-largest airport in India and is the first airport building in the country to receive a LEED Gold rating.

â—„ main terminal

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2,690,000 sq. ft. new terminal


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INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


New Doha International Airport 69

Doha, Qatar

Completion: 2011

At the airport entry, traffic is organized

In conjunction with Lea+Elliot, HOK also

by a lushly landscaped new boulevard

designed an automated people mover

and lagoon for both arriving and

(APM), allowing for effortless transfer

departing passengers to experience.

between the airport’s two nodes. The

The New Doha International Airport

ARM is accessible at both departure

(NDIA) features a 588,000 sq. m.

and arrival levels.

enclosed passenger terminal with 40 contact gates plus an additional 10

All the materials for this project were

remote-stand gates. As part of the

carefully selected with maintenance

overall master plan, HOK designed two,

in mind. The materials are timeless,

100-room luxury hotels along with

modern, warm and complimentary to

a 1,580 sq. m. health spa, a 1,900

the culture and architectural heritage of

sq. m. public mosque, 3,100-car

the region.

parking garage with adjacent ground transportation building, two central utility plants and a 66,000 sq. m. stateof-the-art flight catering facility.

◄ main terminal

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588,000 sq. m.


â–˛ check-in hall â—„ main terminal


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► main terminal

NEW DOHA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ main terminal


▼ main terminal

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NEW DOHA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


Fukuoka International Airport 75

HOK and partner Azusa Sekkei, along

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710,000 sq. ft. 7 gates

Fukuoka, Japan

with Mishima Architects and MHS Planners, designed a new, $280-million

Completion: 1999

international passenger terminal at Japan’s rapidly-expanding Fukuoka International Airport. The 710,000-square-foot terminal integrates lightweight, simple span structures and north-facing clerestories to provide spectacular views of nearby mountains. A skylit atrium spine serves as the main circulation hub for both arriving and departing passengers.

â—„ main terminal


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FUKUOKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ concourse

◄ public space


▼ public space

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FUKUOKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


New Lisbon International Airport 81

Lisbon, Portugal

Completion: Masterplanning: 2009 Construction: 2017

A 43mppa passenger terminal

The HOK design for the terminal

consortium, HOK won an international

building with a remote satellite

building is a three-level scheme in

design competition in 2007 for the

connected by APM

an X-configuration,providing simple

Airside planning and

orientation and wayfinding. Passenger

site outside Lisbon. Subsequently

infrastructure including four

experience is enhanced by extensive

the Government of Portugal reviewed

proposed runways

views to the apron, the use of natural

Landside planning and

light and the interrelationship of

proposed airport to Alcochete across

infrastructure, including roads

terraces and vertical circulation atria.

the River Tagus. A further lengthy

and rail link

The scheme is designed to integrate

A landside airport commercial

with the landside airport commercial

Arup, BMM and Aviation Solutions won

centre and transport interchange

center and transport interchange to

in September 2008.

with a high-speed rail link to

create a lively and vibrant public space

Lisbon

in front of the terminal building.

Working as part of a multidisciplinary

New Lisbon Airport at Ota, a Greenfield

their choice of site and relocated the

bidding process ensued in which HOK,

The team has been responsible for the validation and development of a

Full ATC, support, maintenance and cargo facilities.

Reference Masterplan for the New Lisbon Airport. This has included the

The scheme provides flexibility

design and development of:

to expand beyond the proposed concession period.

◄ main terminal

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5,209,932 sq. ft. 484,000m2


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NEW LISBON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


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NEW LISBON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Air Traffic Control Tower

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Mumbai, India

The design vision was to make the

Architecturally combining an exciting

tower an efficient functional facility as

form with exacting functional demands

well as a pleasing iconic architectural

of an ATC tower, the team created a

statement.

workplace that is safe, efficient and comfortable. The tower will be an iconic

HOK is providing a design facility

statement because it is one of the

in keeping with the clients vision to

tallest and most visible structures in

make the CSIA a truly world-class

Mumbai.

airport equipped with the best

◄ main terminal

possible facilities, infrastructure

The airport also adopted an HOK

and management. This also includes

master planning study which coexists

a development designed to meet a

harmoniously with the landscape

complex array of current requirements

strategy, as well as a solution that is

while making provision to adapt to

responsive to the site and surrounding

future needs.

airport building.

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Completion: 2012


Sendai International Airport 89

HOK, in association with Nikken

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400,000 sq. ft. 11 gates

Sendai, Japan

Sekkei of Japan, was selected from an international field of short listed

Completion: 1997

teams as the architect for a new air terminal. The 400,000-square-foot terminal consists of two levels with 11 aircraft gates accessed from a tubular concourse. The terminal building’s domestic and international wings are connected by a central garden atrium that serves as a gathering place and focal point for passenger amenities.

◄ main terminal


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SENDAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ entry at night

◄ concourse


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◄ concourse

SENDAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ entry


A V I AT I O N E X P E R I E N C E Regional | Domestic | International | Commuter

ARTHUR NAPOLEON RAYMOND ROBINSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

DOHA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

AUSTIN-BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

ECUADOR AIRPORTS

BAA EDINBURGH AIRPORT

FT. LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD AIRPORT

BAHRAIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

FUKUOKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

BALTIMORE WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT

BANGALORE AIRPORT

GERALD R. FORD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

GEORGE BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL AIRPORT

BRUSSELS AIRPORT

HEATHROW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

BRANSON AIRPORT

HONOLULU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CENTRAL JAPAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

HOUSTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CHEK LAP KOK AIRPORT

INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CHICAGO O’HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

JOHANNESBURG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CHŪBU CENTRAIR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT

CINCINNATI/NORTHERN KENTUCKY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

COCHIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CORK AIRPORT

KANSAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

DALLAS/FT. WORTH AIRPORT

KING ABDULAZIZ INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

DANE COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT

KING KHALED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

DAYTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

KITAKYUSHU AIRPORT

DELHI INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

KONA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


LAMBERT-ST. LOUIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR AIRPORT

LAREDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

LISBON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

LONDON GATWICK AIRPORT

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

LONG BEACH AIRPORT

SEATTLE-TACOMA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

SENDAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

LOS ANGELES WORLD AIRPORTS

SEOUL METROPOLITAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

LUBBOCK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

METROPOLITAN OAKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

SINGAPORE CHANGI AIRPORT

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

SIRTE AIRPORT

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

NAGOYA-KOMAKI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

TAMPA EXECUTIVE AIRPORT (FORMERLY VANDENBERG AIRPORT)

NEW ORLEANS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

NEWARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

TOLEDO EXPRESS AIRPORT

OKLAHOMA CITY WILL ROGERS WORLD AIRPORT

TORTUGA ISLAND AIRPORT

ONTARIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

V.C. BIRD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

WALES SEVERNSIDE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

WARSAW AIRPORT

PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


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