This is part of the Landscape Architecture + BIM in Practice series, which features landscape architects using BIM within professional practice.
HOK is a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm with 24 offices across the US, UK, UAE, Canada, India and China. With about 1,800 people worldwide, HOK currently employs about 100 landscape architects, urban planners and urban designers.
I recently spoke with Brandon Hartz, a registered senior landscape architect based in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. Out of about 100 people at HOK’s D.C. office, there are 10 people within the planning group, including six landscape architects. This team frequently collaborates with HOK’s New York and Atlanta offices and does work in the Middle East with the firm’s Dubai office.
Brandon has been involved with BIM at HOK for the past several years and he was able to share Continue reading