Omaha World Herald | February 7, 2018
“Upgrading base for 21st century”
After more than 20 years, the Nebraska Air National Guard base is bringing two of its main buildings into the 21st century. Schemmer designed renovations to the squadron operations building and the main hangar at the 155th Air Refueling Wing. The federally funded projects will cost $24 million total. Construction on the main hangar began in November 2017 and will be completed in December 2019. The squadron operations building will be ready for move in by January 2019.
Schemmer’s team includes Project Manager, Terry Wood, AIA, LEED AP; architectural team Ben Friesen, Mark Higgins, Molly Macklin, Rob Whitmore; structural team MJ Nachreiner and Kevin Wenninghoff; mechanical team Mat Beckmann, Jill Bertsch, Steven Goldenstein, Todd Jedrzejczyk, Bryce Johnson, Jeff Kulhanek and Renee Meyersick; electrical team Joe Binge, Brad Farmer, Kyle Schicker and Kelly Walling; civil/site team Derik Knock and Matt Sutton; survey team Tony Bruckner, Vance Clark, Tim Conway, Ray Flock and Kim Greiner; construction administrator Konrad Broer; and project administrators Donna Arnold, Betty Fortenbury and Jill Laferriere.
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