Matt Staublin is a Senior Principal and Technical Principal for HOK’s San Francisco and Seattle studios, where he oversees the quality control and delivery of every project. With over three decades of experience in all aspects of building science and project delivery, Matt provides technical guidance and direct supervision of project teams, upholding rigorous technical standards to achieve design excellence.
Matt serves as vice chair of the firm’s technical board, which includes HOK’s buildingSMART virtual design and construction initiative. He is also chair of the material science knowledge group subcommittee.
Dedicated to HOK’s integrated design approach to architecture, planning and engineering, Matt’s experience merges structural design with high-performance façade design for a variety of project types and building scales with an emphasis on environmental stewardship and sustainability. His hands-on oversight includes developing and monitoring methods of technical production, whilst providing quality control and assurance on the delivery of every project. Matt applies his deep knowledge and expertise in materials and building science and construction phase services to ensure a consistent and valued approach to project delivery.
Matt’s recent projects include the Salt Lake City International Airport Redevelopment Program, Stanford University School of Medicine’s Center for Academic Medicine, the Bay Meadows Urban Village, and San Francisco International Airport’s BIM Implementation Program. Additionally, Matt’s portfolio includes various projects around the world such as 201 Bishopsgate & Broadgate Tower in London, UK, the China Merchants Tower & Woods Park in Guangdong, China, and the Burj Kalifa in Dubai, UAE.