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| Lincoln, Nebraska
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...
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| Curtis, Nebraska
The Educational Building and Vet Tech Expansion on the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture campus is a warmly welcomed addition to the Curtis community.
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| Lincoln, Nebraska
The Cedar Hollow Foods manufacturing plant had specific requirements for our team due to the USDA Food Processing Standards. This project consisted of many detail-oriented aspects which included ensuring all air gaps to outdoor air or non-...
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| Lincoln, Nebraska
Bio-Electronics is a wholly-owned subsidiary company of the Nebraska Hospital Association, providing medical equipment service to hospitals and health care facilities in Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, South Dakota and Iowa.
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| Kearney, Nebraska
The Merryman Performing Arts Center was a dream for many in the Kearney community. This dream began to take shape in 2005 when construction began – transforming the Central Elementary School auditorium into a community performing arts...
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| Lincoln, Nebraska
Eastmont Towers is a popular senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska which has experienced growth in the form of many additions since its original construction in 1967. In 2006, our team helped address the needs of the growing...
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| Kearney, Nebraska
After three years of planning and fundraising, construction of the Kearney Humane Society began June 2005. The 7,344 SF animal shelter was complete in little more than 8 months, culminating in a ribbon cutting ceremony February 2006.
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| Lincoln, Nebraska
Founded in 1972, the National Arbor Day Foundation headquarters is located downtown in Lincoln’s business district. Construction was completed August 2006 while occupied.
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| Lincoln, Nebraska
In 1998, due to the lack of space for inmate housing, the Nebraska State Penitentiary hired Sampson to add housing units to the facility. This project resulted in the additional housing for more than 200 inmates.