Join us for this episode of “Build Smart” as we sit down with Patrick MacLeamy, FAIA, former CEO of HOK, and current Chairman and CEO of HOK, Bill Hellmuth, as they delve into the origin story of HOK’s founder, George Hellmuth, and his principles for creating a depression-proof architecture firm. With over 50 years of experience in the industry leading major projects in architecture, engineering, and urban design across the globe, Patrick shares George’s origin story and his approach to the architecture profession, including his principles for a depression-proof firm. Bill provides additional insight on George’s principles and how they apply today. Throughout the episode, Listeners will learn how to attract and retain talented people, provide full-time marketing, diversify project building type, geography, and services, and specialize the leadership of the firm. Whether you’re an aspiring architect or a business leader, this episode offers invaluable insights into the architecture industry from two true industry experts.
AIA CES Program ID #: GMG.0002
Approved Type: Elective
Approved Credit Hrs: 0.25 LU
Program Length: 24:35 Minutes
Program Level: Entry
Category: Practice Management
Instructional Delivery Method(s):
- 24:35 Minutes
Approved Learning Units and Type:
- 0.25 LU|ELECTIVE
AIA CES Program Approval Expiration Date:
- Approved: 05/24/2023
- Expiration: 05/24/2026
Advance Learner Preparation:
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