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Bruner Hall of Science

The Bruner Hall of Science renovation not only included new classrooms and equipment, but also features a new planetarium and Nebraska's only Foucault Pendulum. Four floors of the Hall were renovated, and an addition was added where the Morse Lecture Hall used to reside.

Bruner Hall is home to four departments on the University of Nebraska - Kearney campus: Physics & Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Health Sciences. The 85,000 SF renovation was a complete replacement and upgrade of the buildings existing mechanical and electrical systems. There was integration of new fume hoods and new piping lines, as well as standard venting systems, to chemistry and biology lab rooms. A challenge of this project was that the building was occuiped and in full-use throughout the duration of the project.Bruner Hall is home to four departments on the University of Nebraska - Kearney campus: Physics & Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Health Sciences. The 85,000 SF renovation was a complete replacement and upgrade of the building's existing mechanical and electrical systems. There was integration of new fume hoods and new piping lines, as well as standard venting systems, to chemistry and biology lab rooms. A challenge of this project was that the building was occuiped and in full-use throughout the duration of the project. The classrooms that were added have been filled with the latest state-of-the art equipment, which gives undergrad students and professors the ability to perform exercises that are typically reserved for graduate students.

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Location:
Kearney, Nebraska
Size:
85,000 SF Renovation
Type:
Higher Education
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