Howard L. Hawks Hall College of Business

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The largest academic building project in recent history at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, this 240,000 square foot College of Business serves as a central gathering and welcoming place for the College of Business community, the University, and the private business collective in this region. Features of the building include interactive learning spaces in state-of-the-art classrooms, cutting-edge technology, and event space. The northwest quarter of the building is a three-story square box fully wrapped in glass, known as “The Cube,” and is home to the Dean’s office.

 

Lincoln, NE

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New construction of a 55,000 square foot educational facility. The building will provide students with hands-on training and education to prepare them for entry into the workforce or transfer to four-year institutions. The curriculum will offer pathways in various fields including construction, diesel power mechanics, engineering, cyber security, renewable energy, as well as other STEM pathways in math, science, and applied technology. The building will be equipped with modern technology and equipment to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen fields.

 

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Renderings provided by BVH Architecture

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Madison, SD

Rendering provided by JLG Architects