HKS opens office in United Arab Emirates

The architectural and interior design firm HKS Inc. has opened an office in the United Arab Emirates to serve clients in the Middle East and Northern Africa.

The new office — located in the Al Bateen Tower in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates — offers clients architectural, interior design and planning services.

Dallas-based HKS currently has 15 projects, valued at $1 billion, under design in the Middle East or Northern Africa, and has completed several projects throughout the area. Those include the Kuwait Embassy, the Souks Retail Complex in Saudi Arabia and Aramco’s housing and recreational facilities in Saudi Arabia.

“(The Middle East and Northern Africa) is the fastest growing economic region in the world,” said Ralph Hawkins, chairman and CEO of HKS. “We are excited to be a part of such a dynamic environment. HKS brings experience and creative design solutions to a diverse portfolio of projects.”

HKS has 24 offices worldwide.


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