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HOK is a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. Our 1,700 people collaborate across a network of 24 offices on three continents.

HOK designs buildings and spaces that respond to the needs of people and the environment. Our designers are rooted in technical excellence, driven by imagination and focused on a solitary goal: to deliver solutions that inspire clients and communities.

Randy Kray

133 Peachtree St NE
Ste 4800
Atlanta, GA 30303
United States


In the News

University of Glasgow Opens Advanced Research Centre

Published 1/31/2022

The University of Glasgow opened the £118 million Advanced Research Centre in January of 2022 in the United Kingdom. Designed by HOK, the 172,000-sf facility accommodates leading-edge research programs at the intersection of engineering, life sciences, chemistry, physics, social sciences, and the arts. Clad in varied terracotta panels and fins set in a cast stone frame, the interdisciplinary building houses flexible wet and dry labs, write-up areas, formal and informal collaboration spaces, and an entrepreneurship center to promote industry partnerships.

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Pennsylvania State University Opens Animal, Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences Building

Published 12/22/2021

Pennsylvania State University opened the $98.5 million Animal, Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences Building in December of 2021 in University Park. Designed by HOK, the 105,000-sf facility provides the College of Agricultural Sciences with a state-of-the-art vivarium, a general-purpose classroom capable of accommodating 100 students, a 48-seat seminar room, and faculty offices.

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University of Southern California Breaks Ground on Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall

Published 5/17/2021

The University of Southern California broke ground in May of 2021 on the Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall in Los Angeles. Located on the University Park campus, the 116,000-sf facility will accommodate the Viterbi School of Engineering’s programs in artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning, cryptography, internet technology, health computing, software development, and computer graphics.

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