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HOK Science + Technology

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H O K SCI EN CE + T ECH N O LOGY A P O R T F O L I O O F O U R F A C I L I T I E 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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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


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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H O K S CI EN C E + T EC H N O LO GY

In response to the growing need to fully service the unique organizational and scientific challenges facing our clients in science and technology organizations, the HOK Science + Technology group was born.

This group of expert professionals brings innovative facility design to our most complex projects around the world.

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LEED PLATINUM Certification

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S U S TA I N A B L E D ES I G N

HOK has become one of the world’s preeminent sustainable laboratory experts and many of our Science + Technology projects have received LEED Certification.

We have made the commitment to design facilities from the whole building perspective.

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1 “ 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, (former) Director Research and Development, Sigma-Aldrich

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

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T H O U G H T L E A D ERS H I P

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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I N T ER D I S CI P L I N A RY S CI EN C E FACI L I T I ES

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

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1 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 ER D I S CI P L I N A RY S CI EN C E FACI L I T I ES

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.

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WISCONSIN ENERGY INSTIT U TE

Madison, Wisconsin

The first of its kind, WEI is 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 SIZE

105,000 sq. ft COMPLETION

2012 4 LEED GOLD

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53,500 sq. ft.

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U NI V ERSI T Y O F W YO MIN G E N E R G Y I N N O VAT I O N C E N T E R

Laramie, Wyoming

HOK’s design for this facility creates an environment similar to that found in the energy industry or national laboratories by blurring the boundaries of traditional academia; providing flexible labs and cutting-edge technologies such as real-time 3D-visualization. Sophisticated AV linking allows the University to leverage strategic campus and global partnerships with other institutions and industries.


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COMPLETION

277,500 sq. ft.

2016

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UNIVERSIT Y OF CHICAGO WILLIAM ECKHARDT RESE ARCH CENTER (WERC)

Chicago, Illinois

This new facility will bring together several of the University’s worldrenowned Physical Sciences research groups, and the newly created Institute for Molecular Engineering. The Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME) is the University’s first program in engineering with a unique mission to address 21st century issues through research and design at the molecular level.


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238,000 sq. ft. 4 L E E D 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.


To secure the energy future of the United States the US Department of Energy has

with strong capabilities in applied

embarked on a mission to provide

physics and engineering.

the facilities necessary to carry out paradigm shifting research into

As a leader in the design of

new sources of energy, alternative

facilities for energy research, HOK

energy, energy storage and

is witness to the broad range of

transmission and energy efďŹ ciency.

initiatives being undertaken by corporations, governments and

We know that to affect real and

universities around the world. We

permanent change in how energy

are acutely aware of the trends

is produced and consumed,

and can offer a unique perspective

researchers around the world

on the forces and priorities being

must focus on the areas that have

pursued in a highly competitive

the promise of yielding signiďŹ cant

energy sector – and the impact of

breakthroughs capable of changing

these forces on new projects.

our energy destiny. We have a track record of creating The key to making this research

highly-functional and innovative

happen lies in creating trans-

facilities for paradigm-shifting

disciplinary research environments

research to occur.


EN ER GY R ES E A R C H FACI L I T I ES


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5,500,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2009 AWA R D S

2011 R&D Magazine “Lab of the Year” 4 L E E D 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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162,000 sq. ft.

2001

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DANFORTH PL ANT SCIENCE CENTER INCLUDING THE ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR INSTITUTE FOR RENEWABLE FUELS

St. Louis, Missouri

With a major objective to create a research institute that would put St. Louis at the forefront of plant science discovery, six organizations in the St. Louis region formed a partnership and challenged HOK (with NGP) to create a highly-interactive flexible, sustainable, world-class plant science institute that includes the new Enterprise Rent-a-Car Institute for Renewable Fuels.


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15,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2008

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CA LIFORNIA INSTIT U TE OF TECHNOLOGY K AV L I N A N O S C I E N C E I N S T I T U T E

Pasadena, California

HOK programmed, designed and developed centralized, multiuser laboratories for research in nanostructure synthesis, fabrication and characterization. The facility also incorporates a virtual conferencing facility, office space and collaborative interaction space into an existing building.


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AUBURN UNIVERSIT Y SHELBY CENTER FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Auburn, Alabama

HOK has been working to advance Auburn’s vision of furthering their position as one of the nation’s top engineering programs.

HOK and Auburn developed a facility to support Auburn’s efforts to recruit seasoned faculty members, to draw high-achieving new students and further research efforts in the areas of SIZE

175,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2008

Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace, Computer Science and Industrial Systems Engineering.


How do we capture the hearts and minds of undergraduate students

be involved in the programming

studying science? Can buildings

and design process and making

accommodate constant changes

informed decision making without

in how we teach, learn, and do research? How can we groom the

disrupting their many other responsibilities.

scientists of tomorrow? Those are

DESIGN OPPORTUNITIES

a few of the challenges for new

HOK’s success in creating

and renovated academic science

world-class environments for

buildings.

teaching and research starts with an “inside-out” approach. This

PROCESS

approach begins with science and

We understand undergraduate

research goals, which lead to the

science buildings and the

design of the lab module, support

organizational, scientific,

and office space. This melds

curriculum and administrative

with an “outside-in” approach

challenges facing our college

that synchronizes the building

and university clients. We

within the context of the site and

have a proven process that

surrounding campus. We believe

accommodates the needs of busy

in the synergy between form and

faculty and administrators. Our

function; and that both are integral

approach allows stakeholders to

to successful design.

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S CI EN C E ED U C AT I O N FACI L I T I ES


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18,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2009 AWA R D S

2009 R&D Magazine “Lab of the Year Special Mention”

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CARLETON UNIVERSIT Y STE ACIE BUILDING CHEMISTRY SUPERL AB

Ottawa, Ontario

HOK’s challenge inherent in this project for one of Canada’s finest academic institutions was not only to find a way to adapt and reuse an existing facility that had not been significantly updated since its original construction in 1964, but also to provide this new chemistry teaching lab facility in time for the following academic year.


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118,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2009 4 LEED GOLD

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EMORY UNIVERSIT Y P SYCH O LO GY B UIL DIN G

Atlanta, Georgia

HOK’s design for this new facility more than doubles the space of the old psychology building, and brings together offices for the department’s faculty and graduate students, laboratories, classrooms and clinical work that were formerly spread over six locations.


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GEORGIA INSTIT U TE OF TECHNOLOGY BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING BUILDING

Atlanta, Georgia

The Biomedical Engineering Building provides essential research and instructional facilities for the advancement of biomedical engineering. The building includes flexible research laboratories –with fixed benches, sinks, and wall shelving on the perimeter, and movable bench workstations with overhead service carriers in the center of the labs – along with educational and administrative facilities.


The new model of health sciences is changing from a focus on treatment of

to fruition for academic medical

disease to a focus on health.

centers and medical education facilities.

The increasing convergence of knowledge and capability at

The move towards an

the most fundamental level of

interdisciplinary model for health

biological sciences and systems is

sciences education, research and

requiring that we move away from

patient care presents tremendous

reparative medicine and nursing

potential for whole health and

to a new model of predictive and

wellness excellence. Design can

proactive public health.

be a vital catalyst in achieving this; creating a transformative stage

The interdisciplinary model for

for integration and collaboration.

education, research, and the

The implications of these new

practice of medicine has come to

models of patient care require a

the forefront of design.

new approach to design of these facilities involving medical facility

HOK develops innovative design

planners, medical educators and

ideas which create aligned vision

a diverse group of health care

and bring translational models

professionals.


M ED I C A L A N D H E A LT H S CI EN C ES ED U C AT I O N FACI L I T I ES


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500,000 COMPLETION

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2016

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U N I V E R S I T Y AT B U F F A L O , S C H O O L O F MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

Buffalo, New York

Located at the center of the region’s emerging bio-sciences corridor, this new medical school development will anchor a mixed-use district on campus and bring 1,200 students, faculty and staff downtown.

The new center will create connections that allow students, faculty, biomedical researchers and clinicians to move easily from classroom to bedside to lab.


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100,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2012 4 L E E D P L AT I N U M

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UNIVERSIT Y OF FLORIDA A C A D E M I C A N D R E S E A R C H C E N T E R AT LAKE NONA

Orlando, Florida

This academic and research facility makes UF the newest collaborative partner in this Lake Nona “Medical City.� The UF College of Pharmacy will relocate to this contemporary and technology-rich learning environment, and the facility will house its newly established pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology initiative within the interdisciplinary Institute of Therapeutic Innovation. h o k .co m


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2011 4 LEED GOLD

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U N I V E R S I T Y O F C O L O R A D O AT D E N V E R PHARMACEUTICAL RESE ARCH CENTER

Denver, Colorado

As Colorado’s only pharmacy school, the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Building on the Anschutz Medical Campus houses the research and office functions for the School. It is attracting new researchers and donors to one of the top-ranked pharmacy programs in the country.

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860,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2011

U N I V E R S I T Y O F A L B E R TA T H E E D M O N T O N C L I N I C H E A LT H A C A D E M Y

Edmonton, Alberta

Founded on the concept of a unique health research, education and clinical care model to achieve the pressing need for health and wellness services that transcend traditional practices, the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy creates an interdisciplinary environment for dynamic, integrated health education and research.


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194,263 sq. ft.

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2011

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T H E C O M M O N W E A LT H M E D I C A L C O L L E G E

Scranton, Pennsylvania

HOK brought together an exciting team of highly experienced professionals from numerous disciplines and focus groups, to program, plan and design this innovative, ground-up medical education institution.

The west research wing and east educational wing surround a shared courtyard. Incorporating principals of sustainable development is also a priority for the college.


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W A S H I N G T O N U N I V. S C H O O L O F M E D I C I N E FA R R E L L L E A R N I N G A N D T E AC H I N G C E N T E R .

St. Louis, Missouri

HOK designed this educational facility to serve as the hub of this urban medical campus.

The program for the Center explores the connections between the objectives of curricular changes and the quality and configuration of the spaces for learning.


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F L O R I D A S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Tallahassee, Florida

HOK’s design for the recently completed Florida State University College of Medicine facilitates a blend of academic instruction and the research process with spaces that flow people through for the purpose of cross-pollination of ideas.


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114,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2009 4 L E E D S I LV E R

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F L O R I D A I N T E R N AT I O N A L U N I V E R S I T Y C O L L E G E O F N U R S I N G & H E A LT H S C I E N C E S

Miami, Florida

HOK assisted FIU to achieve its mission statement “Health and Well Being” with this new facility.

Considered the gateway to FIU’s future Academic Health Sciences Center, it integrates the College of Nursing with existing allied health programs as well as the initial FIU College of Medicine facilities.


If the goal of academic medical centers engaged in translational research is

application of new technologies

creating novel, basic scientiďŹ c

for the patient-driven environment,

discoveries that translate

including early patient testing and

into clinical applications, then

evaluation using traditional and

collaboration, technology and its

genomic techniques.

critical infrastructure are what enables development of bench-to-

By building partnerships

bedside therapies.

that facilitate the interaction between basic research and

The design of these facilities

both clinical medicine and clinical

must enhance the communication

trials, innovation can ourish

link between research scientists

because information can ow

and physicians vital to cutting-

freely between researchers and

edge research that connects

clinicians. Many major medical

basic research to patient care.

centers are looking to of predictive

Translational techniques are

medicine to identify biological

a core competency central to

markers to identify individuals

comprehensive cancer care,

at high risk for developing

emphasizing the bench-to- bedside

diseases using techniques such

potential. Facility design must

as genomics, proteomics, and

enable the development and

cytomics.


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THE FR ANCIS CRICK INSTITUTE

635,000 sq. ft.

London, United Kingdom

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2015

HOK is designing what will become one of the world’s major research centers, covering a broad range of biomedical sciences.

Equipped with high-performance IT infrastructure for virtual collaboration, integrated analysis and bedside decision support, and a state-of-the-art imaging center, the facility will support multidisciplinary translational research.


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469,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2008

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UNIVERSIT Y OF WISCONSIN, WISCONSIN INSTITUTES FOR MEDICAL RESE ARCH

Madison, Wisconsin

The new Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR) is the centerpiece of the Medical School’s efforts at creating the world’s preeminent cancer research institute. The seven-story East Tower is the first of WIMR’s three planned interdisciplinary research towers to house researchers in highly interactive spaces designed to cultivate collaboration.


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820,000 sq. ft.

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2013 4 LEED GOLD

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CEDA RS-SIN AI M EDICA LCEN T ER A D VA N C E D H E A LT H S C I E N C E S P AV I L I O N

Los Angeles, California

HOK helped guide project planners at Cedars to realize the path to profound changes in their organization would come through a translational facility that would combine patient care, clinical offices, research, physician education and training.

Designed to support incredible flexibility, this new ambulatory facility will provide outpatient procedure services in Cardiac Care and Neuroscience.


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2009 4 L E E D S I LV E R

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UNIVERSIT Y OF CENTR AL FLORIDA SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE

Orlando, Florida

Providing the best research environment and supporting the medical education mission have been important goals for the UCF College of Medicine.

HOK’s design for the Burnett School of Biomedical Science creates the cornerstone facility of the research quadrant.


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FONDA ZIONE RI.MED BIOMEDICAL RESE ARCH AND BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER

Carini, Sicily

This new Biomedical Research and Biotechnology Center is designed to be a new center for translational research pairing scientific researchers with practicing clinicians on a common campus. The master plan is comprised of a large research complex, a future 300-bed hospital and common shared elements such as an auditorium, employee cafĂŠ, administration complex and gardens.


Critical response: it’s what our public health lab clients demand and it’s what HOK

Public Health Labs are looking for

provides to its clients.

an experienced hand to guide them through the programming and

Accelerated schedules and tight

design process.

budgets are serious challenges to our public health laboratory

HOK has extensive experience

clients. Those planning new

in the design of public health

facilities often require significant

laboratories. From biocontainment,

consultation on program, scope,

forensics, clinical and biodefense

cost, and schedules for projects

facilities, HOK’s portfolio of

that must be accomplished

flagship laboratories for federal,

within limited budgets as well

state and city government

as intensive time constraints.

agencies responsible for public

Add to that the community

health and safety is second to

concern that inevitably arises

none. The contact we have had

over perceived hazards related

with recent public health laboratory

to such facilities; particularly

facilities has given us unique

when facility plans include high

insight into the operational and

containment laboratories, and its

security requirements designed to

easy to see why those building

protect public health and safety.


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530,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2009 4 LEED CERTIFIED

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U S D A N AT I O N A L C E N T E R S F O R A N I M A L H E A LT H C O N S O L I D AT E D L A B F A C I L I T Y

Ames, Iowa

HOK’s design for the USDA Consolidated Lab Facility combines program and space requirements from the three primary agencies co-located on the Ames site. This highly secure environment for testing and research provides a state-of-the-art facility to foster interaction between researchers, and attract top scientists to the USDA.

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200,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2011

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S TAT E O F N E W J E R S E Y P U B L I C H E A LT H L A B O R AT O R Y F A C I L I T Y

West Trenton, New Jersey

In support of the Departments of Public Health and Agriculture, this consolidated facility will provide for program areas including bioterrorism, epidemiology, microbiology, environmental chemistry and analytical laboratories to facilitate public health surveillance, monitoring, and screening for the state of New Jersey.


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Washington, D.C.

265,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2012

This consolidated facility,

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including the Metro Police Department Forensic Investigation Units, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, and the Department of Health, will retain the individual identities of these agencies while arming the District of Columbia with a facility which will provide a broad range of safety and health services to the city’s residents.


State-of-theart facilities and amenities attract talented researchers who come from and can work all

the competition. We understand

over the world – a challenge for

the partnerships between

every research organization.

pharmaceutical and biotech companies, as well as collaboration

HOK has been crafting

with universities, continue to

environments for research and

reshape the industry and to

development for corporate clients

create new real estate and

since 1968, when we began

facility challenges.

planning Bristol-Myers Squibb’s landmark campus in New Jersey.

Our corporate clients want to

Today, HOK is designing the next

know that they are getting the

generation of corporate R&D

most value for their investment

environments.

in space. We help them draw the line between the user’s perceived

We create intelligent workplace

needs and business strategy,

strategies and innovative

while helping to maintain a focus on

research and office space that

the company’s goals as a discovery

helps companies get an edge on

organization.


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2,300,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2005

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SAMSUNG RESE ARCH & DEVELOPMENT F A C I L I T Y, B U I L D I N G R 4

Suwon, Korea

This 40-story R4 tower on Samsung’s R&D campus in Suwon features a special labs wing with a sloping glass facade that softens the podium building mass and enhances penetration of sunlight. The flexible floor plates accommodate different combinations of office and lab layouts.


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700,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2007

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MOTOROL A BEIJING R&D CAMPUS

Beijing, China

HOK designed this new campus for Motorola in Beijing to accommodate its fastgrowing business in China.

The campus includes 370,000 square feet of office space in a 16-story tower; 270,000 square feet of research and development space in a 3-story low-rise development; and a 60,000-square-foot shared Service Center building.


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100,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

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2008

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T YSON FOODS, INC. DISCOVERY CENTER AND PILOT PL ANT

Springdale, Arkansas

HOK’s design for this first phase of a new Master Plan for Tyson’s 133-acre existing Headquarters Campus, the Discovery Center’s goal is to consolidate many R&D and training activities now scattered on multiple sites. The new Center is linked to existing buildings at the headquarters, and allows greater interaction and communication among the R&D staff and Tyson’s management and marketing teams.


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350,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2004

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BIOGEN IDEC INC. RESE ARCH AND C O R P O R AT E C A M P U S

San Diego, California

HOK’s challenge was to create a wholly new kind of research community, one that would sustain innovation and exploration while eschewing conventional thinking. Integral to the design was the concept of the “work-home” environment; essential to creating an atmosphere to sustain the core company values of innovation and commitment to the community. h o k .co m


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150,000 sq. ft. COMPLETION

2001

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SIGM A-A L DRICH L IFE SCIENCE & HIGH T ECHNOLOGY CEN T ER

St. Louis, Missouri

The Sigma-Aldrich Life Sciences and High Technology building was created to allow expansion of the company’s growing life science and high technology business. The facility design allows interaction and communication to take center stage and is flexible enough to support future technology as well as accommodate changes in research programs and staffing. h o k .co m


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