Health Science Education Complex

The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) College of Nursing expanded its programs at the University of Nebraska at Kearney campus. This new facility provides opportunities for inter-professional learning experiences preparing students for careers in rural primary care, new models for acute and critical care and community-based care. Program spaces include classrooms, labs, simulation suites, exam rooms, and musculoskeletal, rehabilitation, and energized labs.

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College of Medicine Academic Office Building

A project of the University Hospitals Authority and Trust (UHT), the new office building for the College of Medicine provides a facility that helps complete their mission and enhances the quality education it provides to future physicians. Included in the facility are physician offices with business, administrative, and conferencing spaces. 

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School of Dentistry

The new Creighton University School of Dentistry will have a gross area of approximately 200,000 square feet distributed over four floors. This area includes the following program spaces: clinics, research and teaching laboratories, classrooms, commons area, and administrative offices.

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School of Nursing

The School of Nursing is a top-ranked, world-recognized program committed to improving the health and well-being of patients through education, research and service. The 75,000-square-foot facility accommodates instructional spaces, a conference center, lecture halls that convert easily to small group learning, health assessment, task training, clinical skills, and faculty offices.

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College of Business Administration

This multi-story, multi-million dollar College of Business Administration building is anticipated to have five levels, one below ground and four above ground. An atrium is foreseen, giving the college a place to hold events to engage the community.

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Five Partners Place

Alvine Engineering designed the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems for this new 100,000-square-foot, 4-story, multi-tenant office building for the University of Oklahoma. Our team worked closely with the architect and the University to ensure that project criteria and standards were met. The project was designed in multiple phases in order to start construction while tenant spaces were being designed.

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St. John Paull II Newman Center

Alvine Engineering provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and architectural lighting design services. The St. John Paul II Newman Center is a Catholic residence and ministry center for University of Nebraska at Omaha students, consisting of multi-bedroom suites, fellowship areas, prayer gardens, a rectory, and a worship sanctuary. The 4-story on-campus building will accommodate more than 160 students. The architectural lighting design created an atmosphere that fosters students’ faith formation and upholds the legacies of both Pope St. John Paul II and Cardinal John Henry Newman. Contemporary LED luminaires paired with programmable lighting controls provide a minimalist and cost-effective lighting system focused on engaging the architecture while providing a spiritual respite for students.

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Paul Merage School of Business

The new School of Business provides a high-tech 300-seat auditorium, a dining hall, resource centers, classrooms, study rooms, and a trading and technology lab. There is also a large meeting hall for symposiums with an outdoor terrace for receptions. The terrace overlooks a new shaded courtyard which is heated from below.

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Bishop Gerber Science Center

Due to significant enrollment increases in Newman University’s science, allied health, and nursing programs, a new building is being designed to offer state-of-the-art classrooms, clinical learning and gross anatomy spaces, and chemistry, biology, and physics laboratories. The new facility is connected to the existing Eck Hall which now houses Newman’s nursing and allied health programs.

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Sue and Bill Gross Hall, Biomedical Research Building No. 4

Alvine Engineering provided mechanical engineering systems design for the fourth building in UCI’s Biomedical Research Center. The new 4-story, 100,636-square-foot building houses the Stem Cell Research Center, laboratory-based and clinical researchers, a stem cell techniques course, a master’s program in biotechnology, and programs/activities for patients and public education.

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