Stephen Weinryb is the technical principal of HOK’s New York and Philadelphia offices. He also serves as chair of the firm’s global technical board, which includes HOK’s buildingSMART virtual design and construction initiative. Stephen also Chairs the firm wide HOK Exterior Enclosure Knowledge Group and is on HOK’s Board of Directors.
Stephen is a leader and educator in architecture, real estate development and project management with specialized experience in the execution of complex projects. His focus has been to ensure technical innovation and excellence in all aspects of HOK’s projects, ranging from innovate sustainable design and constructability to the execution of multifaceted design elements.
He also served as a member of the NYC Code Committee. Stephen is the current Co-Chair of the New York Building Congress, Architects Leadership Council. Stephen holds a U.S. patent on an exterior wall shadow box system and has provided peer reviews for major New York City developers. He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the City College of New York.
Recent projects include LaGuardia Airport’s new Terminal B, New York-Presbyterian’s David H. Koch Center, the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, 147-151 East 86th Street mixed-use development, and 151 W. 42nd Street lobby and building repositioning.