Central Nebraska Veterans Home
State of Nebraska – Kearney, NE
State of Nebraska – Kearney, NE
The campus of the Central Nebraska Veterans Home is comprised of 11 buildings on a 67-acre site in northeast Kearney. The Veteran’s Home Center (VHC) is the main building at 75,000 square feet and features facilities administration, food service, clinic, wood shop, craft area, chapel, and large group gathering spaces. On each side of the VHC is a HUB building at 13,000 square feet each, which primarily supports physical therapy needs. Six neighborhood buildings ranging from 34,000-38,000 square feet are the living quarters for the Members (Veterans). Each neighborhood has three homes and has 12-15 Member bedrooms for a total of 225 units.
Each neighborhood and home is designed for specific care type models to meet the various needs of all Members. Memory Care (or Dementia Care), Medically Complex, Long Term Care, Palliative Care, Independent Living (or Domiciliary Care) as well as Assisted Living Care is provided throughout the facility. Special attention to the operational aspects of the home-like design was thoroughly examined and addressed as the design of the space came together.
Eppley Airfield – Omaha, NE
New construction of a parking garage and rental car facility at Omaha, Nebraska’s Eppley Airfield. The parking garage will consist of 2,000 added spaces on four levels. The structure is designed with energy efficient lighting, improved vehicular flow and direct access from the street. The rental car facility features a climate controlled walkway to customer service and just a short escalator ride to the rental cars will have you on your way in no time.
This project is a 100,000 square foot facility containing both assisted living and memory care units. The facility includes 80 home-like living units with common spaces within the two-story wood framed structure. A full-service kitchen and dining area is located within the single-story wood framed and CMU commons building. The building exterior is comprised of multiple materials including siding, brick veneer and cast stone that help tie the facility into the surrounding neighborhood.
City of Lincoln – Lincoln, NE
Douglas County – Omaha, NE
Council Bluffs, IA
Lincoln Public Schools – Lincoln, NE
The Marilyn Moore Middle School and Copple Family YMCA project is the product of a unique partnership between the Lincoln Public Schools and YMCA of Lincoln. The 243,291 square foot facility is noteworthy for its use of nearly every structural element available in the industry. Precast columns, beams and panels, structural steel, CMU and glue-laminated timber all added important function and aesthetic to the building. The project also incorporated both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a water track, spa and splash pad. More than 298 geothermal wells fuel the facility and three indoor gymnasiums create space for intramural sports, tournaments and other activities.
City of Norfolk – Norfolk, NE
Norfolk Public Library is a 16,000 square foot addition and a 20,000 square foot renovation project. Phased construction allowed the library to remain operational throughout construction. Presented Value Engineering options to the owner and design team, which created project savings for the owner without reducing quality and without redesign. The library now offers a new and improved library, learning commons, study area and student spaces.
City of Papillion – Papillion, NE
The Sump Memorial Library project, located in Papillion, NE, was a renovation to an occupied city library. Upgrades included new flooring and paint, six restroom renovations, new ceilings, new large circulation desk and upgraded lighting throughout the building. The library remained open throughout the project and Hausmann was able to work with the Owner to keep the project under budget and on schedule.
Central Nebraska Regional Airport – Grand Island, NE
The Central Nebraska Regional Airport New Passenger Terminal project located in Grand Island, Nebraska features a new 34,000 square foot terminal, with two gates, designed to accommodate 120,000 annual passengers. The terminal has open sightlines that provide travelers with a visual connection to all aspects of the airport experience. Many of the interior walls are glass to allow a line of vision from ticketing, security, restrooms, baggage claim and exit lanes. The project was designed for growth and sustainability. Resembling the Platte River, the terrazzo flooring showcases the region’s character and helps guide passengers through the terminal. The project also added the airport’s first passenger boarding bridge and additional parking spaces. The exterior of the building features an aesthetically pleasing glu-lam canopy and the building’s saw-tooth roof allows natural light to stream in with minimal heat gain. New technology and modern finishes make the airport a convenient and ideal choice for passengers anywhere in the region.
Photos courtesy of Mead and Hunt.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Lincoln, NE
The 4H Building renovation includes a new conference center for Nebraska Innovation Campus with a 400 seat auditorium, conference break out rooms and ballroom. Leasable office space is also available in the building. The existing 70,000 square feet building is two stories tall. The original high bay trusses were restored and became a feature of the conference space. Exterior renovation of the building included tuck pointing and cleaning of the original brick masonry, window replacement that is respectful of the original design and new roofing.
Connected to the former 4H building via a two-story link is the new, three-story NIC office building that includes approximately 80,000 square feet of office lease space as well as 3,000 square feet in retail space on the first level.
An open plaza is located between the two buildings and serves as the heart of the entire Innovation Campus and the home for outdoor concerts, gatherings and overflow conference space located in Lincoln, Nebraska.
City of Lincoln – Lincoln, NE
The Antelope Valley Union Park Plaza features a meandering waterway with numerous crossings and serves as a flood control tool for Lincoln, Nebraska. It also features public art, three fountains, a large plaza, a scenic overlook, an amphitheater with seating for 200, a playground and paved trails that connect to the city’s existing system. The plaza stretches over three blocks and offers amenities for festivals such as restrooms, seating, audio and power sources, recycling/trash receptacles and lighting. Sustainable elements include water conserving nozzles and LED lights in fountains, photovoltaic cells to power lighting and permeable pavers as well as Silva cells to manage runoff and support street-side trees.
Hausmann constructed the new Jayne Snyder Trails Center inside the park. The two-story building serves as a hub for city trail users and provides a public meeting space (with a “garage style” door to open to the plaza), restrooms, retail space and offices for a community health organization.
8885 Executive Woods Drive
Lincoln, NE 68512
11627 Virginia Plaza, Ste 106
La Vista, NE 68128
2108 Taylor Ave, #850
Norfolk, NE 68701
416 Valley View Drive, Ste 301
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
6000 Greenwood Plaza Blvd, Suite 115
Greenwood Village, CO 80111