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INTRODUCTION

HOK is a global provider of planning, design and delivery solutions for the built environment. Since the firm’s founding in 1955, HOK has developed into one of the world’s largest, most diverse and respected design practices. The firm employs more than 1,800 professionals linked across a global network of 25 offices on three continents. In response to the growing need to fully serve the unique organizational and scientific challenges in science and technology organizations, the HOK S+T group was born. This group of expert professionals brings innovative facility design to our most complex projects around the world.

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Q: What inspires world class research?

TOPICS

How do I get to the lab of the future? What inspires world class researchers? How will we impress visitors? What makes a great research environment? How will design give us an advantage? What value does HOK add? What does programming accomplish? How can a lab be highly exible? How can sustainability work for me? Who are your clients? What is your science experience? How can a large-scale master plan be FIT? How can we design a landscape-infused, sustainable park? How can we accommodate client’s programming and phasing needs in early design stages? How can a mixed use master plan inspire a new lifestyle? h o k .co m


Q: How do I get to the lab of the future?

thought leadership

design excellence

integrated delivery

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Our success in creating world

including master planning,

For every project, we develop

class environments for science

urban and landscape design,

innovative approaches,

stems from an inside-out

architectural design, laboratory

facilitate new thinking and

design philosophy, which

design, interior design,

develop state of the art

synchronizes the research

structures, engineering,

responses to create the best

and scientific goals with a

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sensitivity to context, site

and we are passionate about

for each particular client.

and environment.

seamless project delivery.

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Q: What inspires world class researchers?

daylight

a window to the world

built in flexibility

researcher of the future

a place that embodies culture

connection to the environment

occupant control

sophisticated technology

science on display

A: goals Competition for the best talent is intense. Researchers spend extraordinary amounts of time in their labs, and the quality of their environment is critical both to attract and retain top talent as well as to enable people to be as productive as possible.

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

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Q: How will we impress visitors?

clear vision

strong community

partnerships in action

what people see

showcase our products & technology

global connectivity

cutting edge design

progressive values

scientific achievement

A: identity Buildings and campuses must meet the functional demands of research, but they also must reect the intelligence and innovation of the organizations they house. Visitors should see within the built environment both the spirit of the institution and their core values.

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Q: What makes a great research environment?

researcher of the future attributes

lab of the future attributes

team oriented collaboration

menu of spaces and settings

diverse

focus shift from lab to people using lab

connected

open and fluid

highly educated

promotes culture of exploration and innovation

mobile

encourages spontaneous interaction

tech savvy

high performance

sustainable

inspiring, poetic and human

A: innovation A new work force looking for mobility, exibility and collaboration will be drawn to research environments that nurture creativity. Facilities that support the needs of the work force today are in the best position to recruit and retain top talent.

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Q: How will design give us an advantage? design creates destination, reflects identity

long-term flexibility becomes ‘built in’

interactive process incorporates feedback

expertise imbedded in design

inside out approach focuses on needs

A: principles Our approach begins by understanding strategic research goals, leading to an inside-out approach. We believe in the synergy between form and function, synthesizing this approach with an understanding of site, context and environment.

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A: innovation, experience, excellence HOK’s group of expert professionals delivers innovative facility design around the world. We offer our clients the best and brightest talent in a variety of specialized services under one roof, including urban design, architecture, lab planning, interiors, engineering and landscape.

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Q: What does programming accomplish?

research and analysis

visioning

Synthesize existing information

Engage stakeholders to establish common goals

develop space list

engage user groups

Identify building population, needs and synergies

test organization Create “block and stack� organizational concept

Focus on particular needs through highly collaborative work sessions

future proof Incorporate needs for future expansion and adaptation over time

tour best in class Create a common frame of reference

establish room data Diagram spaces, identifying equipment clearances, mechanical requirements and finishes

play back Develop and finalize program with comments and feedback

A: programming Programming is a critical first step, establishing clear vision and common understanding amongst key stakeholders. Through a series of interactive work sessions, we establish requirements, sizes and adjacencies, leading to a strategy that informs the design approach.

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Q: How can a lab be highly flexible?

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A: adaptability The lab environment must accommodate the path of the research itself. To this end, the lab can be designed as an extraordinarily flexible tool, perhaps the largest and most sophisticated piece of research equipment-allowing reconfigureation in hours or days, not weeks or months, giving researchers maximum control of their lab environment

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Q: How can sustainability work for me?

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On average, green buildings benefit as: Energy use decreases by 24-50% Water use decreases by 40% Solid waste decreases by 70% Operating costs decrease by 8-9% Building value increases by 7.5% Return on investment improves by 6.6% Occupancy ratio increases by 3.5% Source: Environmental Information Administration and McGraw-Hill Construction, 2008

A: payback Labs are notorious energy consumers. There are huge opportunities for lab designers to recoup owners’ costs through strategies that reduce energy use. Organizations that reduce their life cycle energy costs are then positioned to invest more into actual research--the principle focus of any research facility.

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Q: What is your process?

mobilization

programming

establish design criteria and team roles

research, analyze and understand needs

documentation

final design is detailed and documented for construction

bidding

ensure bids apply to complete scope

development

engineering systems are integrated as the design develops

construction

review fabrication drawings, conduct walk thrus and punch lists

concept design

concepts emerge from an inside-out approach

schematics

design presentations are made with easy to understand graphics

commissioning

equipment and systems are calibrated according to specifications

A: interaction We have a highly interactive process where we collaborate directly with our clients to understand and develop a design that meets vision and needs. Our process is scalable and tailored speciďŹ cally to the nature of our clients and the project.

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Q: How will our schedule be met?

programming design documentation procurement construction occupancy poe

A: responsiveness A complex technical project takes on a life of its own – HOK is prepared to respond to the client’s timeframe, whether it is very fast, or if more time is needed for the investigators to understand their needs. Utilizing the latest networks and systems, HOK coordinates the team to work in the most efficient manner for each specific project challenge. Leveraging multiple offices in different time zones, we can effectively work in very short timeframes.

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Q: What are the benefits of BIM?

A: building smart Building Information Modeling (BIM) uses multi-dimensional, dynamic software to produce “smart” models. BIM enables coordination of all building elements, making it possible for us to achieve previously unattainable goals for quality, speed of delivery and cost.

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Q: What is your experience in Asia PaciďŹ c?

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A: by the numbers HOK’s global network includes 25 regional offices on three continents. With offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City, HOK has delivered over 1,000 projects throughout Asia Pacific in the past 20 years, ranging from vast master plans to architecture and interiors.

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Q: Who are your clients? 3Com

Eastman Kodak

Powell Industries

Adobe

Emory University

Rockwell

Advanced Micro Devices

Emulex

Samsung

Alcatel

Exxon Mobile

Shell

ALLTELL

Genzyme

Sigma-Aldrich

AT&T

Georgia Institute of Technology

Sony

Auburn University

Helio (formerly SK-EarthLink)

Sprint Nextel

Autodesk

Hoffmann-La Roche

Stanford University

Avantel, S.A.

HP

Sun Microsystems

Basis 100

IBM

Symantec

Bell Canada

IDX

Telefonica

Bell World

Infineon Technologies

The Williams Companies (WilTel)

BellSouth

Intel

T-Mobile

Biogen

Johns Hopkins University

Tokyo Telecom Center

BMC Software

Kinetix Autodesk

Toshiba

BP

King Abdullah University of

Tyson Foods

British Telecommunications

Science and Technology

University of California,

Cable and Wireless UK

Lexmark

Berkeley

Cadence

Merck

University of Chicago

California Institute of

Microsoft

University of Wisconsin-

Technology

Millipore

Madison

CapRock Communications

Monsanto

US Department of Agriculture

Centers For Disease Control

Motorola

US Environmental Protection

and Prevention

MTS Communications

Agency

CIENA Corporation

National Oceanic and

US National Aeronautics and

Cisco Systems

Atmospheric Administration

Space Administration (NASA)

Columbia University

Nortel

US Naval Academy

Conexant Systems

Northwestern University

VeriFone

ConocoPhillips

Novell

VERITAS

Donald Danforth Plant Science Palm

Verizon Wireless

Center

PeopleSoft

Whirlpool

Duke University

Pfizer

William Wrigley Jr. Company WorldCom

A: global + local HOK works with clients to align business strategies with real estate, facilities, workplaces and information systems to effectively master change. We help our clients make value-based decisions that achieve clear, quantiďŹ able results.

Tokyo Telecom

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Q: What is your science experience?

botany

ecology

micro biology

nuclear

bio chem organic chem

chemistry

genetics

inorganic chem physical chem

physics

in-process

computer science astronomy math

post production

mechanical robotics

forensic

assay

A: comprehension To fully serve the unique organizational and scientiďŹ c challenges facing our clients, the HOK Science + Technology group was born. In the past 20 years, HOK S+T has programmed, planned and designed more than 60 million square feet of scientific research facilities.

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Q: What is important in a master plan?

provide ideal access routes establish identity

create a “heart”

optimize solar and wind orientation

circulation corridors

maximize view corridors

A: vision We love to ‘think big.’ Our global network of awardwinning professionals brings an in-depth understanding of clients’ needs and an integrated design approach to projects at every scale

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“The design process utilized by HOK was unique. I was able to contribute experience from my previous laboratory to create the ideal set-up...the design team developed the layout in real time at the meeting, allowing me to provide instant feedback.� - Dr. Mohamed Eddaudi, KAUST

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“The building is very successful in achieving what we wanted and what it actually delivers. The elements that we had hoped for: a collaborative environment, interaction between research teams, views of laboratories from offices and other labs, access to daylight – are all there. This is one of the best designed labs that I have ever seen.” - Keld Sorensen, Director of Research and Development, Sigma-Aldrich Biotechnology

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“This campus nurtures our research community, sustaining both the diversity and the confluence of ideas..(it) is true to our original, core ideals and is meant as much to support our partners and the larger community as it does our own research goals.” - Dr. William Rastetter, Executive Chairman, Biogen Idec

INSPIRE


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“The vision...transcends national and regional boundaries, seeking to benefit mankind in every part of the world, as advanced technology and communications eliminate barriers to our ability to exchange knowledge, share experiences and benefit from each other in so many ways.” - His Excellency Minister Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi,Minister of Petroleum |Chairman, KAUST Board of Trustees

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