ST. LOUIS - A global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm is renovating and relocating to a new office in downtown St. Louis.
Architectural firm HOK, founded in St. Louis in 1955, is leaving Metropolitan Square, where it has been headquartered since 1998.
The firm helped design popular downtown landmarks such as Busch Stadium, Ballpark Village, and The Equitable Building at 10 South Broadway, where the firm will make its new corporate home.
Other area attractions with HOK's touch include the east terminal at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, the Edward Jones Dome, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, the Saint Louis Galleria Mall, and renovation and expansion at the Saint Louis Art Museum.
The company is expected to complete the move by the end of the year.
HOK has been rated the number one architectural firm in St. Louis six times since 2005, according to the St. Louis Business Journal. Since 2005, the newspaper has ranked HOK as the #1 architectural firm in St. Louis six times.