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Burnett Hall Renovation

Originally constructed in 1948 on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus, Burnett Hall was built to serve the College of Arts and Sciences. Named after Edgar A. Burnett, then Dean of the College of Architecture, this facility was renovated to restore the over 50 year old building and provide modern conveniences to UNL students.

The Burnett Hall project included a 60,000 SF renovation, total demolition and replacement of the lower level floor (to install a sub floor drain tile system), an entirely new roof and HVAC system, and major renovation of the upper floors into offices and classrooms. The existing foundation was excavated to allow for waterproofing. This process was completed on a tight site, which included mature trees and adjacent buildings. The entire project was completed in less than a year.

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Location:
Lincoln, Nebraska
Size:
60,000 SF Renovation
Type:
Higher Education
Method:
Design Bid Build
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