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Sampson Construction sponsored two teams for St. Monica’s Amazing Chase XI in August. The event serves as an annual fundraiser for the non-profit rehabilitation center which provides substance abuse and mental health services to women in Nebraska. The Chase consists of teams of four, with members designated as beauty, brawn, belly, or brains searching for secret locations around Lincoln, to...
The new Kearney High School building was turned over to the (Kearney Public Schools) District in July, while work continued in the building to fine-tune systems and work on final details. The new 340,400 SF school was completed in less than two years.  Teachers began unpacking their classrooms August 4th, followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony with speakers and tours August 15th, and...
Kelly Walsh High School had a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony Monday, August 22nd. The event was open to the public, with attendees including members of founder, Kelly Walsh’s family, Natrona County School District Board members, Wyoming State Facilities Department representatives, Sampson Construction team members, architect representatives, school staff, students, parents and community...
A groundbreaking ceremony for the Kearney Learning Center at Central Community College was held April 21, 2016. Sampson was selected as the Construction Manager for the 65,000 SF building and 12 acre site development. The new Center will expand services available to local and distance learning students to include health sciences, information technology, as well as skilled and technical trades...
Two Sampson Construction projects received recognition at the 2015 AGC (Associated General Contractors of America) Build Nebraska Awards November 12th. 1891 Duplex Officers’ Quarters at Fort Robinson State Park won the ‘Projects Under $5 Million’ division. Greenhouse Innovation Center received Honorable Mention in the ‘Projects $5 to $15 Million’ division. Congratulations to all...
The grand opening and dedication of the new Duplex Officers Quarters at Fort Robinson State Park took place May 2nd. Original drawings and historic photographs were used to recreate the 1891 Officers Quarters – a 14,900 SF two story duplex-style lodge. The building is situated on the original 1891 foundation, and details such as ornamental siding, decorative brick work on the chimneys and...
Sampson Construction’s Lincoln office served as one of more than 100 drop-off sites for ‘One Day Without Shoes’ this April. Shoe donations of all size and condition were gathered across Lincoln to be distributed by People’s City Mission. Sampson employees participated in the 5th annual event sponsored by Cornhusker Bank, which resulted in donations of more than 16,100 pairs of shoes. Shoes in...
Sampson Construction installed the last steel beam in a “topping out” ceremony at Kelly Walsh High School April 22nd. In addition to construction company logos, student and staff signatures cover the 11,000 pound beam which was hoisted into place during the public ceremony. Placing the final beam topped with a small evergreen tree and an American flag is considered a rite of passage and marks a...
Sampson Construction served as an event sponsor for the 2015 Hunger Rally April 6th at Pinnacle Bank Arena organized by Volunteer Partners. Groups of twelve worked together in assembly line fashion to package the nutritious, non-perishable meals which included macaroni, soy protein and various seasonings. Sampson employees and their families were among a group of 200 volunteers who assembled 40...
Sampson Construction is proud to announce that we have been chosen as the Better Business Bureau 2014 Integrity Award Winner in the 150+ employees’ category. These Awards focus on demonstrated ethical business practices with key stakeholders including customers, employees and community at large, rather than a company’s growth, profitability or popularity.  Link to Journal StarLink to...