A new elementary school, 2 lakes, 120 park acres, 3.2 miles of trails, adjacency to an outdoor shopping center, creative planning, and native landscaping come together to make Shadow Lake a wonderful neighborhood. A housing community in Papillion, Nebraska, Shadow Lake is a centerpiece of residential development. The outstanding natural features of this site and the potential for creating an all-encompassing neighborhood were recognized early in the planning stages by the project team.
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.
Midtown Crossing is a $300 million redevelopment on the Mutual of Omaha campus and a nationally recognized award winning project. This project transformed a neighborhood and corporate campus, creating a catalyst for future area growth. Lamp Rynearson was brought onboard at the project’s earliest stages by the developer, ECI Development Services, to work with the owner, Mutual of Omaha. Challenges of this unique project included working in and between two of Omaha’s busiest street corridors, Dodge and Farnam. Sewer separation, 100-plus year old utilities, aggressive schedules, and the site logistics involved with building a project of this size were some of the obstacles the Lamp Rynearson team overcame.
Capitol District is a new mixed-use entertainment district being constructed in downtown Omaha. Located adjacent to the Centurylink Center, this project will be the first designated entertainment district in the City of Omaha, providing a vibrant dining and entertainment destination including community activities, concerts, and events year-round.
The development includes a hotel, apartments, retail and office buildings, and a parking garage. At the center of the development is a large central plaza that will host restaurant patios, a stage, fountain, and unique landscape and hardscape amenities.
Lamp Rynearson’s responsibilities on the project included platting, traffic studies, site design, construction administration, and stormwater management, as well as coordination with the City of Omaha, utility companies, and several design professionals.