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HOK INTERDISCIPLINARY S C I E N C E FA C I L I T I E S

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“ I just wanted to reiterate my high level of satisfaction with HOK. Their unfailing patience and attention to our stated needs, and follow-up with us as the end users has made the whole process a pleasure. I was on the search committee that chose HOK for this project and I can definitely say that they have met our high expectations.� - Pritish Mukherjee, Professor of Physics University of South Florida


INTERDISCIPLINARY S C I E N C E FA C I L I T I E S A P O R T F O L I O O F O U R P R O J E C T S C U R R E N T LY I N D E S I G N O R R E C E N T LY C O M P L E T E D

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ABOUT HOK

O U R P EO P L E

O U R P R O C ES S

I N S P I R AT I O N

HOK brings ideas to life through creative, collaborative design solutions that meet our clients’ needs.

We care about our clients and about making the world a better place.

We connect with our clients and with each other through thought leadership.

A collection of our project experience.

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HOK

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. h o k .co m


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COMPREHENSIVE PL ANNING AND DESIGN SERVICES

HOK helps clients with all their facility needs through the entire building life cycle, from strategic planning through design, delivery, and ongoing management.

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

HOK’s flexible work processes and

• Architecture

• Lighting Design

• Planning

advanced technology

• Laboratory

• Interiors

• Project

enable us to scale our services to work with small or large organizations.

Planning • Construction Services • Engineering

We’re organized to deliver expert service to clients through the integration of a tailored team of key specialists.

• Onsite Workplace Services • Sustainable Design

Management • Visual Communications • Consulting


BEIJING

CALGARY OTTAWA LONDON

VANCOUVER

TORONTO

SHANGHAI

ST. LOUIS DUBAI CHICAGO MUMBAI

NEW YORK

DENVER

WASHINGTON D.C. SEATTLE MIAMI DALLAS

EAN ALLIANCES HONG KONG

TAMPA

HOUSTON HO CHI MINH CITY SINGAPORE

SAN FRANCISCO TAMPA

LOS ANGELES

ATLANTA

HOK AROUND THE WORLD

panding our capabilities in Europe and across

Many of our clients are expanding around

Asia. Today, about 700 HOK people – nearly

the world. These companies need global

one-third of our staff – reside in offices

solutions and local delivery.

outside the U.S.

Many years ago we recognized that serving

We shape our international offices into local

these clients requires having people on the

practices, led and staffed by professionals

ground in locations where companies need

who speak the native language and who

work environments. We are constantly ex-

know the culture and customs.

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“Clients come to HOK for extraordinary buildings

that we design together. Together we create incredible buildings.�

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THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Moving the design of science environments forward is a driving force of the HOK Science + Technology group. Thought leadership — conveyed by speaking at and leading conferences/seminars, publishing articles, and collecting benchmark data on lab design, construction, costs and trends — enables HOK to show innovation and creativity with each new project. h o k .co m


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“Clients come to HOK for extraordinary buildings that we design together. Together we create incredible buildings.�

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University of South Florida Interdisciplinary Science Teaching and Research Facility


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

thought leadership

design excellence

integrated delivery

THOUGHT LE ADERSHIP

D E S I G N E XC E L L E N C E

I N T EG R AT E D D E L I V E R Y

Advancing the design of

HOK is a preeminent design

Our group of professionals

science environments is a

firm with a long standing

offers a comprehensive range

commitment of the HOK

commitment to sustainability.

of expertise under one roof—

Science +Technology group.

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

lighting and graphics—

possible lab | work environment

sensitivity to context, site

and we are passionate about

for each particular client.

and environment.

seamless project delivery.

lab of the future


Carleton University Steacie Building Chemistry SuperLab


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

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.

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


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

tour best in class Create a common frame of reference

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

future proof Incorporate needs for future expansion and adaptation over time

play back Develop and finalize program with comments and feedback

A: clear vision Programming is a critical ďŹ rst 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.


Emory University Psychology and Interdisciplinary Sciences Building


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.


King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) New Campus


Q: How has HOK pioneered sustainability? 75

50

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A: deep green roots HOK aggressively integrates sustainable design principles into all project work. Our goal is not only to influence our entire body of work as a firm, but also to move the profession as a whole toward sustainable design. We have helped pioneer initiatives to advance sustainable lab facilities as founding members of the USGBC and as supporters of the of the Labs21 approach to designing facilities from the “whole building” perspective.

productivity

value

ROI

satisfaction

op costs

water use

-25

energy

0

solid waste / landfill

% change

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King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) New Campus


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 has programmed, planned and designed more than 60 million square feet of science facilities.


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HOK Thought Leader: Miltos Catomeris “I think one of the most interesting recent trends we’ve seen is in interdisciplinary science buildings - bringing together groups that normally wouldn’t be thought of together. By breaking down the traditional barriers - the traditional distinctions between disciplines - we can help create the kind of innovative scientific discoveries that are essential. It has to do with the nature of collaboration, that it can’t just take place within your own group, but that having new and interesting thinking brought into your particular discipline will help stimulate the conversation, which, after all, is how so many new ideas are spawned.”


I N T E R D I S C I P L I N A R Y S C I E N C E FAC I L I T I E S

Ongoing convergence of previously separate and diverse scientific disciplines means academic science facilities must not only provide best-in-class scientific space and equipment; but they must also foster collaboration amongst interdisciplinary teams covering diverse interests. HOK’s success in creating world-class environments for teaching and research starts with an “inside-out” approach. This approach begins with science and research goals, which lead to the design of the lab module, support and office space. This melds with an “outside-in” approach that synchronizes the building within the context of the site and surrounding campus. We believe in the synergy between form and function; and that both are integral Drury University Trustee Science Center

to successful design.


HOK is proud to have programmed and designed academic facilities at more than 25 of the top 100 Universities on the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).


I N T E R D I S C I P L I N A R Y S C I E N C E FAC I L I T I E S

HOK understands academic science buildings and the organizational, scientiďŹ c, curriculum and administrative challenges facing our college and university clients. We have a proven process that accommodates the needs of busy faculty and administrators. Our approach allows stakeholders to be involved in the programming and design process and making informed decision making without disrupting their many other responsibilities.

Emory University Psychology and Interdisciplinary Sciences Building


SIZE

238,000 sq. ft. 4 L E E D - N C S I LV E R

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UNIVERSIT Y OF SOUTH FLORIDA INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES BUILDING

Tampa, Florida

This project was designed to meet the University’s needs for large multi-user shared core facilities. It integrates modern teaching labs, accommodates new faculty in the basic sciences, and enhances USF’s ability to recruit and retain faculty and researchers befitting a Research University status.


This building is designed to promote interdisciplinary research and teaching; supporting the university’s Physics, Chemistry and Biology programs while providing shared core facilities. Along with research and teaching labs, classrooms, ofďŹ ce space, study areas and shell space, the facility includes two 300-seat lecture halls, a bio-nano research lab, an imaging center and a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facility.


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In addition to satisfying USF’s undergraduate teaching needs in the sciences, the building supports multidisciplinary research in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and includes the BITT Center of Excellence, Life Science Thrust Initiative and Functional Multiscale Materials by Design (FMMD) Thrust Initiative. Additionally, it accommodates the recently federally funded Center for Integrated Functional Materials in the Physics Department.

“I just wanted to reiterate my high level of satisfaction with HOK. Their unfailing patience and attention to our stated needs, and follow-up with us as the end users has made the whole process a pleasure. I was on the search committee that chose HOK for this project and I can definitely say that they have met our high expectations.” Pritish Mukherjee Professor of Physics University of South Florida


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2,100,000 sq. ft. AWA R D S

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2011 R&D Magazine “Lab of the Year” 4 L E E D - N C P L AT I N U M

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KING ABDULL AH UNIVERSIT Y OF SCIENCE A ND TECHNOLOGY (K AUST )

Thuwal, Saudi Arabia

KAUST is a new research institute and university dedicated to inspiring a new age of scientific achievement in the Kingdom and around the world. Internationally-renowned scientists at this world-class, multi-disciplinary research institution study and apply science and technology to problems of human need in the areas of Energy, Water, Environment, Food and Agriculture. hok .com


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225,000 sq. ft.

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W I L L I A M P AT E R S O N U N I V E R S I T Y S C I E N C E H A L L R E N O VAT I O N A N D A D D I T I O N

Wayne, New Jersey

HOK programmed and designed a renovation and addition to WPU’s Science Facility. The design solution encompassed a building addition, modernization of existing labs, classrooms, assembly spaces, administrative offices and core facilities. Now a state-of-the-art science teaching and research facility, it serves the Chemistry, Physics, Biology Ecology, Physiology, Psychology, Anthropology, Math and Computer Science departments.


SIZE

105,000 sq. ft

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UNIVERSIT Y OF WISCONSIN ENERGY INSTIT U TE

Madison, Wisconsin

The first of its kind, this will be a world-class facility for multidisciplinary programs in alternative and bio-energy research. Adaptable laboratory facilities support training and outreach activities focused on creating economically viable and environmentally sustainable alternative energy resources, such as the conversion of plant biomass into cellulosic ethanol.


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116,540 sq. ft.

UNIVERSIT Y OF SOUTHERN INDIANA BUSINESS AND ENGINEERING CENTER

Evansville, Indiana

This new facility serves expanded enrollments in the School of Business and Department of Engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate level and provides needed general classroom and specialized laboratory and instructional space, faculty and administrative offices, student study areas, computer laboratories, and group meeting facilities.


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U S N AVA L A C A D E M Y M I C H E L S O N C H A U V E N E T H A L L S R E N O VAT I O N

Annapolis, Maryland

HOK’s highly interactive programming and design process produced 21st century, flexible, multidisciplinary labs and support areas; as well as all new energyefficient building systems and equipment for the US Naval Academy. The facility houses the Science and Math Departments is used for the teaching of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Oceanography, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.


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150,000 sq. ft.

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UNIVERSIT Y OF CALGARY I N F O R M AT I O N A N D C O M M U N I C AT I O N TECHNOLOGY BUIL DING

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

This new building was designed to a joint undertaking of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (Faculty of Engineering) and Computer Engineering (Faculty of Science). The project responds to both departments whose needs include increasing enrollment, growth and partnering with the technology industry.


SIZE

118,000 sq. ft. 4 LEED -NC GOLD

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EMORY UNIVERSIT Y P SYCH O LO GY A N D IN T ER DISCIP L IN A RY SCIENCES BUILDING

Atlanta, Georgia

HOK’s design for this new facility more than doubles the space of Emory’s previous psychology facilities which were formerly spread over six locations across the campus. The new building provides for interdisciplinary research and education, faculty offices, classrooms, and clinical facilities. A state-of-theart imaging center contains fMRI simulation space, MEG equipment, Data Collection laboratories and support space.


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Petit Institute 150,193 sq. ft. Ford ES&T

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287,000 sq. ft.

U.A. Whitaker 90,000 sq. ft.

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GEORGIA INSTIT U TE OF TECHNOLOGY LIFE SCIENCES A ND TECHNOLOGY COMPLEX

Atlanta, Georgia

HOK master-planned and programmed facilities for the Life Sciences and Technology Complex and designed three of the four buildings in the complex. Located at the heart of the campus, the complex includes four facilities for education and research in science, technology and engineering. The design supports multidisciplinary research and is a national model for combining science and engineering.


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