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Transportation Terminals HOK Qualifications


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HOK’s mission is to deliver exceptional design ideas and solutions through the creative blending of human need, environmental stewardship, value creation, science and art.


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Overview HOK’s mission is to deliver exceptional design ideas and solutions through the creative blending of human need, environmental stewardship, value creation, science and art.


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HOK Overview HOK is a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. Through a network of 24 offices worldwide, HOK provides design excellence and innovation to create places that enrich people’s lives and help clients succeed. DesignIntelligence consistently ranks HOK as a leader in sustainable, highperformance design and technology innovation.

Design Philosophy and Approach

talented individuals transform into innovative

HOK’s mission is to deliver exceptional design

communities and ourselves. From a robust

ideas and solutions through the creative

exchange of ideas, solutions emerge that

blending of human need, environmental

solve profound functional and technical

stewardship, value creation, science and art.

challenges while creating lively, memorable

Design is the art and science of defining and creating optimal, sustainable and beautiful environments for people. HOK’s design solutions result from a collaborative process that encourages multidisciplinary professional teams to research alternatives, share knowledge and imagine new ways to solve the challenges of our built environment. Human need is the foundation of our creative process. Everything we do responds to the needs and aspirations of our clients and our

design solutions that create real value. We create this value for clients, users,

and sustainable places for people. This is what motivates and unites us.

A Holistic Approach to Design We innovate by approaching projects from different angles. HOK’s professionals bring integrated or individual services including: Architecture

communities. We give form and meaning

Consulting

to rooms, buildings, landscapes and cities.

Experience Design

At every scale, we understand the flow of human activity that energizes the spaces we design. We balance internal functions with external demands of site, climate and culture. HOK’s global practice compels us to be responsible stewards for the environment. As we shape buildings and landscapes, we

Facility Programming Interior Design Laboratory Design Landscape Architecture Lighting Design

preserve natural resources and celebrate

Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineering

sustainable values. We measure our work

Planning + Urban Design

by its contributions to the well-being of the users and the place. In science and art, success results from knowledge and intuition. Though research and analysis are essential, sparks of imagination ignite new discoveries. HOK’s approach emphasizes this integrated design process. Our geographic and cultural diversity expands our knowledge, which our

Renovation + Restoration Space Management Structural Engineering Sustainability Consulting


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Market-Based Expertise HOK has specialized knowledge and expertise in serving a range of unique building/client types.

Aviation + Transportation Civic + Cultural Commercial Education Government Health Care Hospitality Justice Recreation + Wellness Residential Retail Science + Technology Sports + Recreation + Entertainment Tall Buildings WorkPlace


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Planning, Design and Delivery Services HOK professionals deliver a range of integrated or individual services including: Advance Strategies

Interior Design

Site Planning

Architecture

Laboratory Design

Structural Engineering

BIM/Animation

Landscape Architecture

Urban Design

Construction Services

Lighting Design

Visual Communications

Cost Estimating

On site Workplace Services

Facility Management

Project Management


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S U S TA I N A B L E D E S I G N & C O N S U LT I N G HO K + S U S TA I NA BL E D E SIGN

Building on two decades of hands-on experience in sustainability, HOK is committed to creating value for our clients through innovative, environmentally responsible design. We embrace our unique responsibility as one of the world’s most influential design firms to advance sustainable design awareness, proficiency and innovation for every building type, geographic region and budget level. By developing solutions to enhance aesthetic goals while limiting resource consumption, improving building performance and promoting occupant health and productivity, HOK is leading the way to an increasingly sustainable future.

S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y S E R V I C E S Design Research Integrated Sustainable Design LEED, BREEAM + WELL Consulting Performance Design + Analysis Policy Development + Implementation Post Occupancy + Existing Buildings Services Resilient Design + Planning Sustainability + Wellness Sustainability Planning + Facilitation Sustainable Design + Operations Guidelines Wellness Audits + Assessments

HOK has been a leader in sustainability since the days when it was known simply as environmentally responsible design. In 1993, we made it official by establishing sustainable design as a core value. We’re proud of what we have helped our clients accomplish and of HOK’s reputation as a worldwide leader in sustainability. But the future demands much more. Together with our clients, we are creating innovative new solutions for designing, constructing and operating the built environment in ways that allow both human and natural systems to thrive. COMMITMENT

Our commitment to sustainability emanates from every level of the organization – from Chairman and Sustainable Design Principals, to a network of “Champions” in each regional office and practice area. More than 715 HOK employees are LEED credentialed through the USGBC. Leadership — We deliver sustainable solutions for every building type, region and budget. This has led to numerous sustainable firsts and accolades. Innovation — From our alliance with Biomimicry 3.8, to our FIT tool, Process Zero design and net zero projects, we are pushing into new frontiers. Action — Our actions are guided by a Sustainable Roadmap and Operations Plan. We have signed on to The 2030 Challenge and the AIA’s 2030 Commitment. Measurement — We achieve measurable outcomes. We provide design analysis services, follow a “6 Steps to Energy Optimization” process and use BIM to forecast and monitor performance. TA N G I B L E R E S U LT S

HOK has convincingly demonstrated that “green” projects can be delivered without compromising aesthetic goals, building performance or budget constraints. Our built projects include office buildings, laboratories, corporate campuses, courthouses, museums, schools and master-planned communities throughout the world. HOK currently has over 320 LEED, BREEAM, WELL, Green Mark, Green Globe and QSAS projects. INDUSTRY RECOGNITION

HOK’s expertise and leadership have been acknowledged through awards and recognition from leading industry organizations. • Ranked as a Top Role Model for Sustainable and High-Performance Design by DesignIntelligence for seven consecutive years Long before the creation of the LEED green

• #1 Architecture/Engineering firm in ENR’s survey of Top 100 Green Buildings Design Firms

building rating system, HOK developed

• #2 in DesignIntelligence 2014 survey of Professional Design Practices admired for Technology

sustainability checklists by phase and topic. These resources served as the foundation for The HOK Guidebook to Sustainable Design, widely recognized as one of the design profession’s seminal textbooks.

Expertise • #1 BIM Architecture Firm as ranked by Building Design + Construction • Eight AIA Committee on the Environment “Top Ten Green Projects” • USGBC “Organizational Excellence Award” • AIA COTE, CoreNet Global and IIDA “Sustainable Design Leadership Award” • Global Green USA “Designing a Sustainable and Secure World Award” • Sustainable Buildings Industry Council “Best Sustainable Practice Award” • AIA Presidential Citation for Sustainable Design


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PA S S E N G E R T E R M I N A L A M S T E R DA M CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL

T R A N S P O R TAT I O N T E R M I N A L S HO K + T ER M I NA L DE S I G N

Transportation design is a challenging architectural commission. It requires a detailed knowledge of and experience with the various processing components for vehicles, passengers and baggage combined with the ability to coordinate multiple disciplines on large consultant teams and the creative vision to transcend those functional and practical considerations. HOK Transportation’s experience in terminal design is second to none. We have designed over 50 new, expanded and renovated airport, rail and cruise and ferry passenger terminals around the world that are known throughout the transportation industry for their functional efficiency, passenger friendliness, security, cost-effective use of materials and structure, long-term flexibility and strong design imagery that is expressive of regional identity. HOK Transportation success is based on the following principles which guide our business approach: ▪▪

Identify and develop a series of objectives relating to design aesthetics, passenger service, capacity, growth, flexibility and revenue generation to drive the project and ensure that all key goals are achieved

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Integrate the client and the consultant group into a single, effective planning and design team

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Collaborate closely with the user groups that are involved as stakeholders in the process

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Create significant civic gateways that are the first impression of the terminal’s community, providing a focal point for the travelling public and a source of civic pride

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Provide a seamless inter-modal transition between different forms of transport

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Enhance revenue generation by capitalizing on retail opportunities

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Clearly express the building components to reinforce an intuitive understanding of the terminal function and flow

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When planning and designing a terminal, there are critical challenges and considerations that are crucial to the success of the project including: ▪▪

Security (Traveler, Luggage and Goods)

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Stakeholder Coordination

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Demographics of the Travelers

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Environmental Protection Planning and

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Technology Integration

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Efficiency of Restocking Capabilities

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Orientation and Wayfinding

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Catalyst of First and Last Impression

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Seamless Access To and From the Terminal


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Projects HOK’s design solutions result from a collaborative process that encourages multidisciplinary professional teams to research alternatives, share knowledge and imagine new ways to solve the challenges of our built environment.


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AMSTERDAM

CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL

L O C AT I O N The Netherlands S I Z E 32,515 square meters S E R V I C E S Architectural Design

The design for the Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA) was

allows visitors and passengers an understanding of the building,

motivated by three key goals: to create a welcoming and inviting

and makes way finding easy for first time arrivals. This “ease of

entrance destination for Amsterdam, to define a memorable

movement” is reinforced by technology, with escalators and glass

landmark building on the skyline of Amsterdam; and to establish a

elevators carefully integrated with the passenger paths to facilitate

recognisable connection physically, culturally and urbanistically.

comfort and convenience.

Our approach to the design responds to both the external

The PTA creates connections. It connects visitors and tourists

requirements of its unique urban context, as well as the internal

to the centre of Amsterdam; it connects different modes of

technical demands of a modern transportation and hospitality

transportation - ships, buses, cars, bicycles and canal boats; it

environment. The PTA uses transparency, technology and metaphor

connects the eastern docks of the city with the city’s centre; it

to welcome visitors arriving in Amsterdam by ship. Two great arcs

connects water, sea and sky. The 18 metre high central arrivals hall

of glass, 18 metres high on the waterside and 24 metres high on

is a meeting place during the cruise season, and an exhibition and

the landside greet arriving visitors. These windows allow views

reception hall throughout the year, giving the City a grand place for

of the ship through the building for embarking passengers and

people.

give views of the city to disembarking visitors. This transparency


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ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE LINE

CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS

L O C AT I O N Miami, Florida S I Z E 350,000 sq.ft. S E R V I C E S Architecture, Interior Design, Structural Engineering, Lighting Design, Master Planning, Sustainability Consulting, Experience Design

HOK is leading the design for a new 350,000 sq.ft. headquarters to

An open plan for most of the workplace floors will facilitate

consolidate Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.’s employees in Miami.

collaboration among different departments with a variety of

Reinforcing Royal Caribbean’s brand with an iconic design inspired by cruise ships, the $300 million campus will be at the southwest corner of Dodge Island. It will bring together employees currently working in tow separate office buildings and temporary spaces.

technology-enhanced meeting spaces. The building’s boomerang shape allows natural daylight to reach deep into the floor plates. Interior stairs connecting each floor follow the building curves, promoting wellness and collaboration.

Proximity to the cruise terminals and ships in Biscayne Bay will

Other amenities include an auditorium, training rooms and two

foster connectivity and a strong sense of identity,

cafeterias. An executive suite and event space are on the top floors,

Tracing the sinuous form, the edge of each floor extends out to create horizontal shading devices varying from three to 12 feet in

wrapping around the lush sky garden and offering views to Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami.

depth. Accessible terraces are located in zones facing downtown,

Several acres of existing asphalt parking will be converted into

within the sky garden, around the executive floor and in the

greenery to create a walkable, green campus. Connected by a

southeast corner looking toward the ocean. At night, the edges will

verdant courtyard with native plantings and pedestrian paths, the

be illuminated with LED lighting, emphasizing the curvilinear form

adjacent 1,450-vehicle parking garage will echo the edges and

and creating a dramatic beacon of light on the water.

curves of the main office building. A basketball court, soccer field

Inspired by the hospitality-oriented and experience-driven cruise industry, the interior environment supports the brand’s ethos.

and running track will be on top of the parking garage.


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NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS

L O C AT I O N Atlanta, Georgia S I Z E 42,000 sq. ft.

S E R V I C E S Architecture, Interiors, Landscape Architecture

Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights tells the story

As visitors move through the building, they experience interactive

of the American civil rights movement and the brave people who

exhibits and immersive activities. While the issues explored are

forever changed history.

somber, the Center was designed to inspire conversation and

The concept of unity, evident in everything from the museum’s programming to the building’s form, inspired the design. As a

motivate visitors to act. A daylight-filled overlook at the top of the central stair serves as a spot for quiet reflection.

physical manifestation of unity and harmony, the curved facades

HOK and the Freelon Group collaborated on the design of the

represent interlocking arms that cradle the building’s central core.

building, which is in the heart of downtown Atlanta near Centennial

Inside, the glass-paneled central open space recalls the public areas

Olympic Park and just a few blocks west of the Martin Luther King,

in cities around the world where protests for civil and human rights

Jr., National Historic Site.

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ARTIC

ANAHEIM REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION INTERMODAL CENTER

L O C AT I O N Anaheim, California S I Z E 67,000 sq. ft. 16 acres S E R V I C E S Master Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, Interior Architecture, Sustainability 4 L E E D - N C P L AT I N U M

“ARTIC will change the way people move around our city and county. ARTIC will be Orange County’s Grand Central Station”. - Tom Tait, Mayor, City of Anaheim HOK and Parsons Brinckerhoff designed ARTIC as an innovative

Officials challenged the team to create an icon that would

new transit station that serves as a destination in itself. The project

welcome a new age of public transportation. The station was also

brings together transit, dining, retail and entertainment options in

conceived as a catalyst for transforming Anaheim’s core into a

an iconic terminal building.

pedestrian-friendly zone that promotes connectivity. Known as

The transit hub links commuter and regional rail service and intercity bus systems including Amtrak, Metrolink, OCTA bus service and Anaheim Resort Transportation. ARTIC’s flexible design ensures that it can serve as a southern terminus for California’s future high-speed rail system.

the “Platinum Triangle,” the area around the station includes Angel Stadium, the Honda Center, the Anaheim Convention Center and Disneyland. The master plan establishes a clear pedestrian pathway flanked by future mixed-use development with ARTIC as the primary destination. The extroverted building has a significant but welcoming presence and will help spur transit-oriented development.


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Drawing inspiration from classic

ARTIC achieved LEED-NC Platinum

grand transit halls including Grand

certification. The vault-shaped

Central Terminal in New York, along

structure acts in concert with advanced

with the structural elegance of local

mechanical systems to optimize energy

airship hangars, the team developed

efficiency. Inflated ETFE cushions cast

a 21st-century design concept. The

a soft, translucent light throughout

design achieves its signature parabolic

the great hall, while the additional frit

form by employing a diagrid structural

pattern on the outer layer reduces

system of diamond-shaped steel arches

solar heat gain. Convection currents

infilled with translucent ETFE (ethylene

naturally ventilate the building as heat

tetrafluoroethylene) pillows. At the

rises from the lower south end up to the

north and south ends, freestanding

north side and out through operable

curtain walls bring in daylight and offer

louvers. The radiant heating and cooling

expansive views. The long-span, grid

floor system and optimized HVAC

shell structure creates a grand, light-

system will help reduce ARTIC’s energy

filled atrium space that accommodates

consumption by 50 percent.

open circulation.

LED lights mounted on the diagrid

The team used building information

structure illuminate the ETFE pillows in

modeling (BIM) to develop ARTIC’s

gradations of shifting colors, providing

complex form, geometry and functions.

a striking presence on the night skyline.

BIM helped the team navigate the

As darkness falls, ARTIC becomes lit

building systems and study the

from within and acts as a beacon from

building’s tolerances and environmental

the freeways and local streets.

performance.

“Clearly, the HOK design’s sense of grand symbolism is a large part of what appealed to the city of Anaheim and the Orange County Transportation Authority” - Los Angeles Times


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The New LaGuardia Airport Masterplan & AirTrain LGA L O C AT I O N New York, New York S I Z E 680 acres S E R V I C E S Programming, Terminal and Transportation Planning

The New LaGuardia Airport Masterplan illustrates the culmination of a robust engagement process where the HOK team proposed, facilitated, analyzed and refined alternatives to arrive at detailed guidelines, putting the customer experience first while supporting improved access to the airport and major enhancements airside. HOK is providing master planning advisory services for a long-range

An integral part of this metamorphosis is a new rail link to the

plan for The New LaGuardia Airport in collaboration with the Port

airport: AirTrain LGA. This link will fulfill three objectives:

Authority of New York & New Jersey, LaGuardia Gateway Partners (P3), and Delta Air Lines.

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Serve as an extension to airport functions located at Willets Point for support facilities being considered, such as a

Concurrent with the creation of the Terminal B, at $4.2 billion

consolidated rental car facility, additional airport car parking,

the largest Public-Private Partnership (P3) in the United States,

employee parking and airport-related lodging.

LaGuardia Airport is being transformed by the additional redevelopment of Terminals C and D by Delta Air Lines to form a

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airline terminals to provide a unified airport experience for

unified airport complex that will be more efficient, user friendly and appealing to airline customers. The redeveloped airport will serve as a modern gateway to New York.

Serve as an on-airport connector, linking parking facilities and customers.

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Provide a new airport rail connection to Manhattan, other parts of New York City and the region via transfers to the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) or New York City subway system at the new Willets Point Hub.


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LaGuardia Airport Terminal B L O C AT I O N New York, New York S I Z E New Terminal - 1.3 million sq.ft.

Retail and Concessions - 103,000 sq.ft.

S E R V I C E S Planning & Architectural Design, Plumbing & Fire Protection Engineering, Structural Engineering & IT Services

Terminal B brings to life the vision of LaGuardia Gateway Partners and Governor Andrew A. Cuomo to build a unified, 21st-century airport that is a leader in the passenger experience, innovation and sustainability. The design of LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal

constrained site with minimal impact to the

and equity investment; Skanska and Walsh

B will provides a state-of-the-art passenger

airport’s existing operations.

Construction as the construction joint

terminal and a world-class, 21st century New York travel experience. The 1.3 million-sq.-ft. 35-gate terminal replaced the existing 1964 Terminal Building and optimizes the use of the airport’s limited airside and landside real estate. The design team’s ’island concourses and pedestrian bridges’ concept enables a phased construction approach that allows the new terminal to be built on its

The new facilities opened to the public in December 2018, with all portions of the new Terminal B scheduled to open by 2022. The four-level terminal is expected to accommodate 17.5 million passengers annually in 2030. LaGuardia Gateway Partners (LGP) is made up of Vantage Airport Group, Skanska and Meridiam for development

venture; HOK and Parsons Brinckerhoff as the design joint venture; and Vantage Airport Group for management of the operations. Under the design-build contract, LGP—North America’s largest aviation public-private partnership—will design, build, operate and maintain the facility. The redevelopment is expected to create 18,000 local jobs and spur $5.2 billion in direct economic activity.


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SEA-TAC

SEATTLE-TACOMA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONCOURSE D ANNEX

L O C AT I O N Seattle, Washington S I Z E 32,400 sq. ft. S E R V I C E S Planning and Architectural Design, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture, Sustainable Strategies L E E D ® S I LV E R

HOK led the planning and design of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s new Concourse D Annex. Located at the north end of the airport’s main terminal, the

locally sourced materials to create a timeless, contemporary and

Concourse D Annex is a two-story, 32,400-square foot facility

sustainable design. Emphasis has also been given to the interior

designed to address peak gate and passenger demand. The addition

space, using a light color palette to bring a sense of openness and

serves as a conduit between the main terminal and a hardstand site

natural light. The Concourse features six new passenger lounges

on the tarmac airfield, enabling buses to shuttle passengers to-and-

and gates, concession stands at both the bridge and gate levels,

from their planes.

and a children’s play area—all intended to enhance the quality of

Strategic coordination with airfield operations enabled the

passenger experience.

positioning of 12 co-bus vehicles at the Concourse perimeter,

As the first structure seen by the travelling public, the Concourse

allowing for intuitive wayfinding and equal distribution of passenger

functions as the airport’s front door. Designed to be flexible over

lounges. Entering the annex across a new skybridge from the

time, an additional gate and passenger lounge can be activated by

existing Concourse, passengers can view all gates as they make

replacing an internal ramp with escalators. The project was tailored

their way to the lower level. An additional airfield drop-off area is

to a fast-track design-build schedule, with HOK delivering the

provided for arriving passengers to enter the terminal.

Concourse within just 18 months.

The Concourse’s design is inspired by the natural beauty of the

The Concourse represents the current Airport standard for

Pacific Northwest. Showcasing a simple yet elegant timber truss

passenger facilities and is anticipated to achieve LEED v4.1 Silver

system and integrative, native landscape, HOK incorporated

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TRANSBAY TRANSIT CENTER

INTERMODAL TERMINAL

L O C AT I O N San Francisco, California S I Z E 1 million sq. ft. S E R V I C E S Urban Planning, Programming, Architecture

HOK San Francisco Planning Group, with the HOK Architecture

for the replacement of the downtown Transbay Terminal. For the Transbay Terminal Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) and program

cultural space.

a building program update, retail analysis, alternate massing and guidelines report. The new Transbay Transit Center at 1st and Mission Streets provided a: •

New five-level, three-city block long terminal building.

New elevated bus viaducts leading to the Bay Bridge.

1.3-mile subsurface extension of Caltrain’s commuter rail service.

Temporary and permanent bus terminal and storage facilities, including retail, entertainment, conference, educational and

managers URS Corporation, HOK’s responsibility was to produce building studies, site design and open space planning and a design

Accommodation for the Future California High Speed Rail system.

and Advances Strategies Group, was involved in planning efforts

Rooftop park on top of Transit Center will include open air amphiteater, gardens, trail and open grass areas.

Extensive new streetscape and pedestrian network with new public plazas + atriums, improved alleyways + sidewalk system.


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SLC

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

L O C AT I O N Salt Lake City, Utah S I Z E 2.6 million sq. ft. S E R V I C E S Aviation Planning, Architecture, Interiors, Structural Engineering, MEP Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Communications and Security, Sustainability, Lighting, Signage, Building Envelope LEED GOLD

The Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) has initiated a major capital improvement program – the Terminal Redevelopment Program (TRP). The Terminal Redevelopment Program for the Salt Lake City

As master architect/engineer, HOK has overall design responsibility

International Airport is a phased program that will systematically

for the TRP, North Concourse, and integrated design team –

replace all airport facilities without disruption to operations. The

including the CM at Risk and program manager. HOK has provided

complex phasing plan involved temporary renovation of existing

services from master planning through construction administration,

facilities along with integration of new structures. The TRP includes

including program validation and preliminary planning, phasing,

a new consolidated terminal, new south concourse, parking garage,

space programming and facility requirement layouts, and

rental car facilities, improved access roadways, and associated

conceptual plans and building massing. HOK is also providing

infrastructure, and new central utility plant within the existing

management support services to assist selected program-wide

airport property. Combined with the North Concourse, the program

activities such as design standards, document control, scheduling,

includes 2.6 million square feet of terminal and concourse space,

and sustainability initiatives. Phase 1, which includes a 800

and 78 new gates totaling $3.6 billion in construction.

passenger per hour, is scheduled to open mid-2020, with Phase 2 completion of the project scheduled for 2025.


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Union Station L O C AT I O N Washington, DC S I Z E 3,000,000 sq. ft. S E R V I C E S Master Planning, Programming, Architecture, Cost Modeling, Stakeholder Consensus Building & Project Management

The sinuous, undulating forms of the train shed’s roof evoke the concepts of movement and the threedimensional movement of trains, light rails, passengers, pedestrians, the automobile and the passage of time. As one of the country’s busiest multimodal

The development positions Union Station

New passenger concourses are seamlessly

transportation hubs, Union Station is

as an integral part of Amtrak’s Northeast

integrated with the existing historic station

operating far beyond capacity, serving

Corridor investment plan. At the heart of

building. Passengers and station visitors

100,000 passenger trips per day on Amtrak

the plan is a new train shed that welcomes

encounter significant retail and passenger

and commuter trains, Metrorail and buses.

passengers to Washington, bringing natural

amenities in light-filled spaces. At the

Amtrak and other stakeholders collaborated

light into the station and symbolically

backbone of the circulation system are two

with HOK to create a master plan that

organizing the connections of all transit

north-south public concourses: the central

envisions the phased construction of an

modes. The train shed provides vertical

concourse on the station’s north-south

iconic, multimodal transportation hub.

connectivity to the commercial development

axis and the west concourse connecting

above and horizontal connectivity between

to Metro and the business district to the

the train station and its neighborhood.

west. These public concourses connect new

The plan preserves the historic Union Station as an architectural treasure while revitalizing commercial activity in the area,

Additional station space is accommodated

tripling passenger capacity, doubling the

on multiple levels below the tracks and

number of trains the station can handle and

platforms. A vegetated roof retains rainwater

greatly improving the passenger experience.

and tempers the interior environment.

passenger spaces with the existing station.


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PHX SkyTrain™

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

L O C AT I O N Phoenix, Arizona S I Z E 200,000 sq. ft. 3 Automated Train Stations S E R V I C E S Planning, Programming, Architecture 4 LEED -NC GOLD

The PHX SkyTrain™ enhances passenger and employee circulation between airport facilities and provides a connection to the METRO light rail transit system. Stage I connects Terminal 4 to the East Economy parking structure,

HOK worked closely with local public art consultants to enhance

and the 44th Street Station METRO light rail connection. HOK

the passenger experience, incorporate elements reminiscent of

provided design services for three elevated passenger stations.

the local surroundings and educate passengers on sustainability.

The design goals for the stations were two-fold: to create stations

Sustainable elements were incorporated to reduce the amount of

that reflect the context in which they exist, and to make them as

lighting and electricity needed to operate the stations, and reduce

environmentally friendly as possible.

the amount of water needed to sustain the landscape. The project has LEED® Gold Certification.


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Long Beach Airport

New Terminal And Existing Restoration

L O C AT I O N Long Beach, California S I Z E 45,000 sq. ft., 11 gates S E R V I C E S Architecture, Project Management, Terminal Programming, Interior Architecture 4 L  E E D G O L D C E R T I F I C AT I O N A N T I C I PAT E D

Responding to the City’s vision, the design is operationally efficient and highlights the character of the historic 1941 terminal building. HOK led 17 firms in providing complete planning, programming,

A new “meeters and greeters” plaza is anchored by the historic

design, engineering and construction phase services for terminal

terminal and is enclosed by a new passenger screening checkpoint

improvements.

building and covered walkways.

HOK’s functional design is aesthetically complimentary to the

The combined improvements enhance the terminal’s function and

streamline modern historic terminal. The importance of the existing

create a positive passenger experience that respects the original

terminal remains as the visual link between landside and airside and

building while making much-needed operational, security and

provides the primary passenger circulation pathway for departing

passenger amenity improvements.

passengers. It is emphasized by the symmetrical design of the airside garden which connects the north and south holdroom buildings.


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NHL Edmonton Oilers

L O C AT I O N Edmonton, AB, Canada S I Z E 25 acres Rogers Place - 18,500 seats Community Ice Rink - 1,000 seats 200k S.F. Retail & Restaurant 1M S.F. Office Residential 454 Condos 356-key Hotel S E R V I C E S Master Planning, Architectural and Interior Design 4 L E E D - N C S I LV E R

The memorable design is inspired by the abstract shape of an oil drop, capturing and communicating the team’s brand identity and regional influences. Rogers Place and the Ice District meld

proposed extending the arena’s footprint

Rogers Place and the Ice District year-

an iconic architectural design with a new

over the main thoroughfare—104 Avenue—

round.

development, centered around an outdoor

to connect the two parcels of land identified

event plaza that complements Edmonton’s

for development and complement the

well-established commercial and residential

pedway culture. This elevated, multipurpose

neighborhoods.

entryway, dubbed the Winter Garden,

One of the primary project challenges was connecting the arena to the Ice District and Edmonton’s downtown, which is known for its bridges, to protect citizens from inclement weather. HOK and planners

is enhanced by street-level commercial development and functions as a bridge and event space in one. The covered extension creates bold connectivity, a physical presence and a distinctive brand identity that reinforces the street grid and activates

The building’s volumes and forms were designed to create a similar energy and visual identity as a performance venue. By bringing bars and clubs into the seating bowl, the designers have created a vibrant, dynamic environment within. This social level features small networking and informal gathering spaces, all designed with the millennial fan in mind.


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The fan-oriented arena and adjacent ICE District are expected to invigorate the urban core and catalyze additional downtown development while extending Edmonton’s existing footprint and communicating its civic character.

Arena seating options include

expectations for sporting

3,100 club seats, 900 PCL

events, community events and

loge seats, 500 drink rail seats,

concerts. The venue hosted

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numerous sell-outs for the Oilers

Scotiabank executive suites,

and the largest-ever attendance

24 theater boxes, three clubs,

for the Western Hockey League’s

two club lounges and Curve, a

Edmonton Oil Kings. Sports

full-service restaurant. A stage

Management named it one of the

end club is used as both a night

best stadiums of 2016.

club and after event space. The arena features the NHL’s largest high-definition scoreboard, at 46-by-46 feet, as well as more

As Canada’s first LEED Silvercertified NHL arena and the second in North America,

than 1,200 HDTVs.

the facility is designed to use

Since opening in 2016, the

14 percent less energy than

arena has surpassed attendance

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Dublin Airport City L O C AT I O N Dublin, Ireland S I Z E 346 acres 140 hectares S E R V I C E S Master Planning, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design

With increased transport links to the city centre, Airport City will attract global brands to the area and help make Dublin a leading commercial capital in Europe’s future. The mixed-use 140-hectare Airport City

restaurants, as well as a multitude of

separate it from the existing road network.

will allow business travellers to get from

job opportunities for existing and future

The APM will take people from the Air

arrivals to their desk in six minutes via a new

Dubliners.

Terminals and the new Metro Station via

automated people mover.

Creating a masterplan that integrated with

The design, commissioned by the Dublin

the surrounding development and remained

Airport Authority, has been carefully

compact was crucial to the success of this

created with both the traveller and local

design.

community in mind: it will create a thriving business community of 30,000 people through its generous provision of office and hotel space supported by shops and

HOK has designed a compact development served by an Automated Passenger Mover (APM) built 6 metres above ground to

interchanges with the existing Quality Bus Corridors (QBCs) to stations positioned in the tree-lined sky boulevards which form the public realm for the office development. This will compliment existing transport links already servicing the area and, through its efficiency, hope to reduce car use amongst the visitors to Dublin Airport City.


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Phase 1 and transport links are due to be put in place on the brownfields site by 2013, with completion scheduled for 2033. HOK was the lead consultant for this project undertaking the masterplan, urban design and landscape services. Arup Consulting engineers provided all engineering input and TPA all the town planning advice. Unveiled at a launch event in Dublin on Friday, April 25th by Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, the mixed-use 140-hectare Airport City will allow business travellers to get from arrivals to their desk in six minutes via a new automated people mover.


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Kansas City Power & Light Entertainment District L O C AT I O N Kansas City, MO S I Z E 3,000,000 sf Retail & Restaurants - 417,000 s.f. Residential Units - 180 Structured Parking Spaces - 2,958 S E R V I C E S Master Planning, Architecture, Urban Design

As a catalyst for the continued revitalization of Kansas City’s urban core, the Kansas City Power & Light District encompasses three million square feet. This innovative “live-work-play” district

art and extensive green space, the design

development in the surrounding area,

integrates office, retail, residential and

is highlighted by a public piazza. These

helping to make downtown Kansas City a

entertainment venues over seven city

elements generate activity at the pedestrian

place where people want to be.

blocks. To provide an authentic Kansas City

level, giving the district a distinct urban

experience, materials and colors are rooted

neighborhood feel. Service retail spaces,

in the historic downtown architecture.

including a grocery store and health club,

The district was developed as part of a public-private partnership with the city of

strengthen the district’s long-term viability.

Kansas City and the Economic Development

multiple entry points, broad sidewalks with

Located adjacent to the Sprint Center, the

architect of record, with Beyer Blinder Belle

narrow streets, open storefronts, public

mixed-use district has spurred additional

of New York providing conceptual design.

Featuring pedestrian-friendly proportions,

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MERCEDES-BENZ STADIUM L O C AT I O N Atlanta, Georgia S I Z E 2 million s.f., 71,000 football, 32,450 soccer S E R V I C E S Design Architect / Architect of Record: Architecture, Construction Administration, Engineering, Programming, Graphics, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Master Planning

The design for the Mercedes-Benz Stadium creates an exceptional game-day experience for fans and an iconic architectural landmark

MULTIPURPOSE

for the city.

Designed for flexibility, the stadium can be quickly reconfigured to

In addition to serving as an anchor for the downtown tourist

League Soccer franchise. Retractable seats surrounding the field

and entertainment district, the stadium will catalyze changes in

allow fans to get close to the action for both soccer and football. The

neighborhoods surrounding the development.

stadium will also host concerts, the SEC Football Championships

Designed as a signature element rather than a utilitarian cover, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s retractable roof provides a radical departure from the kinetic roofs of other sports facilities.

accommodate games for Atlanta United FC, the city’s new Major

and the NCAA Final Four as well as the Superbowl in 2019. UNIQUE EXPERIENCES The stadium interior offers fans an immersive, technology-driven

Derived from the shape of a falcon’s wing, a reference to the Atlanta

game-day experience. A wide variety of seating options provide

Falcons NFL team, the roof features eight triangular panels that

fans with varying ticket prices, vantage points, degrees of service

wrap the stadium and move in unison along individual tracks. This

and amenities. A 360-degree HD halo video board built into the roof

allows the roof to open and close like a camera aperture. Exterior

offers fans clear views from every seat. Other amenities include a

lighting can easily change the color of the transparent facade.

technology lounge, a 100-yard bar and a floor-to-ceiling window offering views of downtown Atlanta.


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ARTS DISTRICT

CREATIVE OFFICE + RETAIL

L O C AT I O N Los Angeles, California S I Z E Two Parcels: 4th Place: 4 levels office: 42,000 RSF, 6 levels parking: 180 stalls | Hewitt Street: 17-story mixed-use building, 7 levels creative office: 210,000 GFA, 1 level retail: 9,000 GFS, 10 levels parking: 690 stalls S E R V I C E S Architectural Design, Sustainable Strategies

The project is located on two sites in the LA Arts District and

interactive part of the building. The façade and fenestration mimics

includes creative office, affordable live-work housing, street level

warehouses of the neighborhood. The building integrates art into

retail and parking. The design is inspired by the concept of “Color &

the fabric of its design with “art walls” to showcase the work of local

Optimism” which ties back to the Arts District roots and speaks to

artists. The building itself is art and celebrates local artists.

future growth through the visually language of joy. The architecture is visually engaging, contextually responsive to the community. An urban “living room” and retail space on the ground level at 3rd Street and enhances its dynamic pedestrian activity. The design uses sliding forms to create amenities for the creative office space and has an exterior stair that that becomes an

The project will be LEED Gold and incorporate sustainability and green building concepts. Energy consumption is reduced compared to the mean baseline and impacts to the surrounding environment are mitigated.


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Mark Ejnes, AIA, joined HOK’s Los Angeles studio as a Design Principal in 2018. Over his nearly three-decade career, Mark has worked worldwide on many different types of projects, including high-rises, sports and entertainment venues, cultural institutions and transit stations. He comes to HOK from Aedas in Los Angeles, where he was managing director. Before that he worked with Frank Gehry Partners and Maria C. Romañach Architects. He studied at the University of Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania and is a registered architect in California and New York. “Our clients and colleagues will value Mark’s unique creative vision and commitment to design excellence,” said Anne Fletcher, AIA, LEED AP, managing principal for HOK in Los Angeles. “He has led a wide range of architectural and design projects and also designed several products. We’re thrilled to have Mark at HOK.”

“Joining HOK gives me the opportunity to focus on designing and delivering great buildings with a team of exceptionally talented people, the deep resources of a global firm, and cutting-edge tools and infrastructure,” added Mark. “The openness to new ideas in our Los Angeles studio is very exciting. It offers unlimited possibilities that I look forward to exploring.”


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PORT TERMINAL MIAMI* MIAMI, FLORIDA USA 2016

A competition submittal for Royal Caribbean’s new flagship cruise terminal at the Port of Miami. Simply put, the design is meant as an expression of the company’s brand and it’s guests — adventurous, dynamic, innovative and joyful. * Mark Ejnes’ experience prior to joining HOK.


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HOTEL & CASINO RESORT* | CONFIDENTIAL MACAU, CHINA 2018

The highly-patterned, geometric ‘luxury facade” is designed to reflect the client’s brand as a high-end VIP destination. The six-story multipurpose atrium at the top of the 52-story tower — and the glass-bottom, roof-top pool above — is the iconic emblem of the project. * Mark Ejnes’ experience prior to joining HOK.


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RETAIL PROMENADE CANOPY* | CONFIDENTIAL BEIJING, CHINA 2017

The steel canopies hovering over the promenade are inspired by ‘two dancing dragons playing with a ball’, and create a sense of place and joy along the entire length of the 400-meter long promenade. * Mark Ejnes’ experience prior to joining HOK.


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INSPIRE KOREA EVENT CENTER & AMPHITHEATER* SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA 2017

The pixelated pattern of glass and colored metal panels on the facade are inspired by “Wampum”, purple and white shell beads traditionally crafted by Mohegan’s, as well as Korean Red Maples in Autumn. * Mark Ejnes’ experience prior to joining HOK.


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BARCLAY’S CENTER* BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

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A state-of-the-art professional sports and entertainment complex that’s a centerpiece for a neighborhoodtransforming recreational, commercial and mixed-use develop in the heart of Brooklyn. * Mark Ejnes’ experience prior to joining HOK.


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LOS ANGELES STADIUM & MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT* LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA USA 2008

A 75,000-seat NFL stadium and retail center for the city of Los Angeles, with an innovative design rooted in its locale and exuding the luxury and drama of the world’s entertainment capital. * Mark Ejnes’ experience prior to joining HOK.


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CENTRALCON MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT* SHENZEN, GUANGDONG CHINA 2017

‘The Watchtower’, a dining pavilion with LED glass facades is an open canvas for video art and information. The Watchtower is both a landmark to be seen, and place from which to see out. The orange ’Monolith’, which houses a 4-story Nike store, is the project’s gateway — visitors enter the site through the outdoor stairways carved into the facade. * Mark Ejnes’ experience prior to joining HOK.


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