Scott Crossing/Maverick Landing

University of Nebraska Omaha

Integrating Scott Crossing residence halls with the Maverick Landing academic center, this four-story, 186,000 square foot structure includes 134 units in a mix of studio, two-, three-, and four-bedroom floor plans. The two-story academic center features a learning commons, private study areas, flexible meeting space, food service, and office spaces.

 

Omaha, NE

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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 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 home to the Dean’s office.

 

Lincoln, NE

Lied Place Residences

Rising above its neighbors, this 20-story condominium and mixed-use building combines contemporary design with the architectural elements of downtown Lincoln. Located at 12th & Q Streets, Lied Place Residences is a $30 million redevelopment project, and it will be Lincoln’s second tallest building at completion, with the Capitol as the first.

 

Renderings provided by Sinclair Hille Architects & Smallwood.
Lincoln, NE

Health Science Building

Southeast Community College

This new construction of an 82,000 square foot, four-story healthcare education building features health science classrooms structured around a four-story glass atrium. It includes state-of-the-art lab areas and exam rooms, a simulation center, specialized teaching spaces, general purpose classrooms, offices, and conference rooms.

 

Lincoln, NE