Offutt Air Force Base

Offutt Air Force Base is home of the 55th Wing, the “Fightin’ Fifty-Fifth”. Offutt’s diverse missions and global responsibilities serve each branch of the US military. Lamp Rynearson was hired to provide professional Civil/Structural A/E (Architecture/Engineering) as part of a five-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. Repairs to gas mains and storm sewers, airport apron evaluation and pavement studies, leak investigation and security gate design are some of our firm’s project assignments. Lamp Rynearson’s work has included plans and specifications for demolitions of several Offutt buildings. Our federal team members also provides services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nebraska Department of Aeronautics, Department of Veterans Affairs, and others.

Multi-Well Pad Sites

Mineral Resources specialized in multi-well oil and gas well drilling pads and permitted approximately 200 wells in the Wattenberg Field located in Northern Colorado. Lamp Rynearson provided oil and gas well permitting with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, as well as site specific engineering and surveying services.

Lamp Rynearson also created an asset management system for Mineral Resources that helped them track their oil and gas operations with a GIS map that connected to their proprietary lease manager software. The system we developed for them provided a graphic interface that helps clarify the process of dividing mineral interests among leaseholders in urban areas. This system streamlined their office procedures and reduced the time spent developing mineral leases.

Eppley Airfield

For over 20 years, Lamp Rynearson has led civil engineering projects at Eppley Airfield, a medium hub airport which serves a six-state area. Airport design, traffic engineering, construction administration, GIS, and survey work are produced regularly. Taxiway and runway design, including an 8500-foot commercial service runway, were major undertakings for the Omaha Airport Authority. Lamp Rynearson provided civil engineering leadership for the Protection of Assets team for the 2011 Missouri River “flood fight”.