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| Architecture News | January 23, 2015

HOK Architects completes acquisition of 360 Architecture.

HOK Architects is proud to announce that we have completed the acquisition of Kansas City-based 360 Architecture, a 200-person firm that is a leader in the design of sports, recreation, wellness, entertainment and mixed-use facilities. “This acquisition is further evidence of HOK’s plan for strategic growth and gives our New York practice immediate access to the world’s most innovative sports, recreation and entertainment designers,” said Carl Galioto, FAIA, HOK’s Managing Principal in New York. “We’re tremendously excited about bringing to New York the talents of the team that was instrumental in the design of MetLife Stadium, site of the 2014 Super Bowl and home to the NFL’s New York Giants and Jets.”


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