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HOK recruits science and technology leader to capitalise on growth opportunities

HOK, one of the world's leading science and technology facility architects, is strengthening its Science + Technology team in London with the appointment of Adrian Gainer as Head of Science + Technology.

Gainer will be responsible for driving growth in the UK and Europe and successfully delivering HOK’s current European projects. These include the UK’s leading biomedical research centre, The Francis Crick Institute, and the Ri.MED Biomedical Research and Biotechnology Center (BRBC) near Palermo, Sicily.

He will work closely with the management team in London and HOK’s Global Science + Technology group, of which Gainer will be a member, to build HOK’s profile and reputation for thought leadership across Europe.

Gainer brings with him a breadth of experience and innovative thinking, having specialised solely in the science and technology field for the past 22 years. Highly experienced in laboratory design in the UK, Europe and the United States, Gainer’s expertise in global best-practice and research led design offers clients a holistic and pragmatic view to support their wider business goals.

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