Francis Allen Gymnastics Training Complex

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Named in honor of storied Nebraska and Olympic gymnastics coach Francis Allen, this 46,500 square foot, state-of-the-art gymnastics training facility is an addition to the northwest side of the Bob Devaney Sports Center. This nationally competitive, one-of-a-kind complex includes a grand-entrance lobby, athletic therapy sites, locker rooms, offices, team rooms, and a dedicated practice space for men’s and women’s gymnastics.

 

Lincoln, NE

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Johnson Family Equine Hospital

Colorado State University

New construction of a 99,250-square-foot equine teaching hospital for Colorado State University provides leading-edge teaching, research, and clinical services for equine veterinary medicine. The hospital provides new ways to perform surgery and take diagnostic images of equine patients, allowing them the best care in the region. The facility also provides outpatient care, along with internal medicine, surgery, reproduction, dentistry, dermatology, neurology, cardiology, rehabilitation, and CT scanning technology to evaluate equine patients while standing, reducing stress and minimizing risk. These features along with a future sports medicine component – featuring hydrotherapy and a proprioception track – set this facility apart as the top equine hospital in the region.

 

Fort Collins, CO

West HVAC Upgrade

Central Community College

This classroom wing renovation to an occupied college building includes the installation of new plumbing, HVAC, and electrical systems throughout. The project also features new flooring and painted ceilings with tectum panels in the building’s main corridor, new ceilings in the classrooms, upgraded restrooms, and a new data room.

 

Columbus, NE

Wigton Heritage Center & Wittson Hall

University of Nebraska Medical Center

This project features the complete occupied renovation of the eight-level McGoogan Library of Medicine, the renovation of the nearly 50-year-old Wittson Hall, and the construction of the 10,000 square foot Wigton Heritage Center — all part of the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The finished product includes classrooms, science and anatomy labs, faculty offices, study spaces, a VR room, three new doctor’s offices, a new ground-floor reception area, and a chancellor balcony. A new atrium at the Wigton Heritage Center connects to the University Tower at Wittson Hall and replaces old walkways between the buildings.

 

Omaha, NE