At Hausmann, we don’t just build your offices, schools, or hospitals — we build a relationship-oriented culture that produces high-quality results. Read up on those results and follow along as we continue to #BuildHCI.
Hausmann remains strong and capable, from the office to the field, and our extensive experience spans across all delivery methods and industry sectors. Our team is thoughtful, nimble, and has developed savvy and creative approaches to overcoming challenging market conditions. Hausmann continues to be well-positioned to help project stakeholders realize their visions.
Our investments in technology, people, and education help our team continue to blaze the trail for safe and superior project delivery. Effectively employing the latest technologies boosts these efforts. From new project management systems that share data instantly with our clients and vendors to cutting-edge BIM capabilities, our team continues to rise to the occasion and revolutionize the way projects are built for
Talent attracts talent and Hausmann continues to value the development and retention of key personnel. Fostering a recognized culture of diversity and inclusion with respect to wisdom, background, and interest has been key to our growth and expertise.
Our internship program represents more than a summer job shadowing opportunity. We immerse students in real work in real environments coupled with interaction among diverse leaders and departments throughout the company and beyond. Simply put, I am proud that our interns get exposure to all aspects of our industry and its participants.
Our growth is also attributed to key personnel referrals by our own existing team members. Hausmann considers those introductions and referrals the highest compliment of our culture and environment. Thank you to everyone on our team. You should all be proud of what this organization has become.
Proper reflection on the year, along with considering what is yet to come, requires recognition and gratitude to the respected and motivated people and institutions that have trusted our firm with their vision. We appreciate each opportunity you have entrusted to our team, and I cannot emphasize enough the depth of commitment Hausmann has to these relationships.
In sum, putting this book together each year is humbling. It reminds us of all the great people we have been fortunate enough to work alongside, the amazing projects we have been trusted to construct, and the motivating progress we have made as a company over the course of twelve short months. Thank you, again, for everything you have done to help us achieve all of the successes this book highlights.
Joey Hausmann, President
UNL Celebrates Grand Opening of the New Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall (formerly Mabel Lee Hall)
UNL Celebrates Grand Opening of the New Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall (formerly Mabel Lee Hall)9/30/2022
Community College of Aurora Celebrates The STEM, Power Mechanics and Applied Technology Facility
Community College of Aurora Celebrates The STEM, Power Mechanics and Applied Technology Facility9/21/2022
What a celebration it was… We were honored to join with Community College of Aurora (and 300 of their closest friends) to break ground on their newest project, The STEM, Power Mechanics and Applied Technology facility! We’re looking forward to starting construction on this highly anticipated building with BVH Architecture and our subcontractor partners!
OPS Celebrates Grand Opening of New Forest Station Elementary
LPS Standing Bear High School Monumental Moment
LPS Standing Bear High School Monumental Moment4/27/2022
Celebrating Women in Construction
Celebrating Women in Construction3/9/2022
There was a lot to celebrate yesterday at Hausmann and it’s only fitting that International Women’s Day lands during our #WomenInConstructionWeek! These ladies make up a strong part of our company as a whole and we couldn’t do it without them. Cheers to the strong women in our life and celebrating our Hausmann Ladies all week long!
2021 Hausmann Award Winners
2021 Hausmann Award Winners12/23/2021
Hausmann is continually blessed by having passionate people on our team who continually work hard and help us all grow as a company. This year, we wanted to give a special shoutout to three of these people: Klay, Josh, and Tanner.
Klay, who won this year’s “Above & Beyond Project Award,” has been jokingly referred to as qualifying for the Nobel Peace Prize. His calm, positive, and approachable demeanor make it easy for people to follow and work beside him. He is relentlessly positive, and his openness and genuine care for his team pushes them to achieve outstanding results. Even when working on long, difficult jobs, Klay keeps his team’s morale high and boosts their energy for the benefit of the team and the project.
Josh, who won this year’s “Above & Beyond Community Award,” has shown impressive leadership with our clients, displaying sincerity in his relationships with them and serving them with generosity. He has shown the ability to remain calm during difficulty, providing solutions that ensure positive outcomes. He has gone above and beyond for the UNK and UNL Construction Management programs, the LPS projects, and everyone in the Hausmann Team.
Tanner, who won this year’s “Excellence in Safety Award,” always places safety first. Stemming from his care for his team and other people, Tanner never walks away from any unsafe situation and ensures it is resolved as quickly as possible. He is down-to-earth, genuine, and knowledgeable in his work, making him both an excellent leader and a pleasure to work with.
Thank you, Klay, Josh, and Tanner, for your outstanding leadership and excellent work in our community and on our projects! We are so proud to have you on the Hausmann Team.
LPS Celebrates Topping Out Milestone
LPS Celebrates Topping Out Milestone7/23/2021
Construction Safety Week 2021
Construction Safety Week 20215/5/2021
Safety is arguably one of the most important aspects of construction activity, and yet the least recognized. For this Construction Safety Week, we joined firms across our industry to raise awareness about the multiple ways we prioritize accident prevention and sound decision making on our sites. Safety is more than a hard hat, gloves, and a vest—it is a lifestyle that encompasses nutrition, hygiene, sleep habits, and presence of mind on the job. Deep breathing might be just as important as steel-toed shoes, and our dedicated safety crew ensures that every person under the Hausmann umbrella has access to what they need to create functioning jobsites that send everyone home each night. At Hausmann, we build safety into everything we do.
North Stadium Groundbreaking
North Stadium Groundbreaking5/3/2021
Nestled between the Kissing Columns and Memorial Stadium, we broke ground on the new home for Husker athletes last week, just in time to celebrate with a spring game. As a firm rooted in Nebraska, our crew is incredibly proud to partner with BVH Architecture, Populous, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to build this 270,000 square foot facility, complete with weight room, hydrotherapy pits, athlete food service, and tutoring spaces. Go Big or go home!
West Gate Bank Groundbreaking
West Gate Bank Groundbreaking4/13/2021
In partnership with West Gate Bank and Davis Design, we held a groundbreaking ceremony last week to celebrate the new branch being built at 177th and Maple in Omaha, Nebraska. A family-owned business with ten locations across Lincoln and Omaha, West Gate Bank relies on over 50 years of experience to provide the personal and commercial banking amenities of a large company with the outstanding exclusive service of a small one. This new 7,000 square foot location will include a full-service retail branch with commercial lending, mortgage lending, and business banking solutions, as well as a drive-thru with interactive teller machines (ITMs).
Mabel Lee Hall Topping Out
Mabel Lee Hall Topping Out4/13/2021
In partnership with Sinclair Hille Architects, our crew hoisted the final beam into place at Mabel Lee Hall at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln last week! Originally planned as a renovation, the four-story replacement building for the College of Education and Human Sciences will total 120,000 square feet and connect to the Teachers College on the first two levels. The facility will include state-of-the-art classrooms, conferencing areas, one large lecture hall, and administrative/staff offices, with technology integrated throughout.