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University of Nebraska Kauffman Academic Residential Center

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University of Nebraska Kauffman Academic Residential Center

After nearly two years of construction, the 103,000 SF Esther L. Kauffman Academic Residential Center project was opened to the public in April 2001. This multi-use facility offered many unique challenges given the various functions that it provides to students under one roof.

Esther L. Kauffman Academic Residential Center at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln is home to the J.D. Edwards Honors Program.  The center includes state-of-the-art classrooms, housing for undergraduate students, dining facilities, meeting rooms, and presentation facilities.  The scope of this project included a three story wing that include eight classrooms/labs and a dormitory.  There are a total of 65 living units which houses 116 residents. There is an 85 foot underground pedestrian tunnel that connects the three story wing to the Selleck Quadrangle Dining Hall.  Steel framed structure with a flexi core floor was used to frame this establishment.  The exterior is masonry with brick veneer and limestone. 

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Location:
Lincoln, Nebraska
Size:
103,000 SF New
Type:
Higher Education
Method:
Construction Manager at Risk
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