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Schemmer Begins the New Year with a New Location

Schemmer acquires MSH Architects to deliver full-service architectural and engineering services in South Dakota MSH Architects, an architectural firm in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has joined Schemmer, expanding the nine-person architectural firm to a 120+ person full-service architectural and engineering firm. “MSH will not only complement Schemmer’s existing architecture expertise, but also open a sizable…
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Facility Assessments: A Knowledge-Based Solution

Schemmer's Facility Assessments: A Knowledge-Based Solution Knowing the effectiveness and safety of your facility is important for various reasons. Schemmer's Facility Assessments can help you optimize and maintain the physical condition and value of your building, develop capital budgets and prioritize short-term and long-term investments. Prioritizing Future Investments for Your Building A facility assessment typically…
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Schemmer Adopts A Family for the Holidays

Schemmer's Adopt-A-Family Tradition Continues Since 2005, Schemmer has participated in The Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family program, which is “designed to assist families who are in crisis as a result of unemployment, homelessness, medical issues or other difficult circumstances, and who otherwise wouldn't have the resources to celebrate the holidays.” Giving Back to Our Community This year, Schemmer…
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Schemmer’s Construction Field Services

Schemmer's Construction Field Services: Build with Confidence! Schemmer's Construction field services covers a wide variety of construction phase activities. Central to these activities is quality control management. Construction site quality control management involves trained professionals validating the work in place, conforms with construction documents. Without proper quality control management, a project might not be built…
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Schemmer’s Josh Murphy, BPAC, Featured in Midlands Business Journal

Schemmer’s Josh Murphy, BPAC, Featured in Midlands Business Journal Schemmer’s Josh Murphy, BPAC, BIM (Building Information Modeling) Manager, was quoted in the November 27, 2020 issue of the Midlands Business Journal. The article, "Emerging technology boosts accuracy and efficiency in architecture," focused on how advancing technology is enabling architects to produce far more detailed and…
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Schemmer’s Michael Sinclair, AIA, Featured in Midlands Business Journal

Schemmer’s Michael Sinclair, AIA, Featured in Midlands Business Journal Schemmer’s Michael Sinclair, AIA, Shareholder, was quoted in the November 27, 2020 issue of the Midlands Business Journal. The article, "Health care, societal shifts drive consistent demand for professionals in the A/E/C space," discusses what the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Nebraska is seeing with current…
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Schemmer Wishes You A Happy Thanksgiving

Schemmer Wishes You A Happy Thanksgiving We know Thanksgiving may look different for many of us this year. No matter how you plan to celebrate, Schemmer sincerely hopes that you all stay safe and healthy through the holiday season and beyond. And in case you're staying home and have to cook a turkey for the…
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Schemmer Celebrates Veterans Day

Schemmer Celebrates Veterans Day On this Veterans Day, we honor Schemmer's Veterans and all the men and women who served and continue to serve this country. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Happy Veterans Day! Schemmer's Veterans work across many facets of our Company in: Accounting Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Transportation Engineering Survey As…
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Fremont Southeast Beltway: In Progress

The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) proposed to improve the traffic flow and safety southeast of the City of Fremont with a beltway between U.S. Highway 77 and U.S. Highway 275. The Fremont Southeast Beltway improves continuity of U.S. Highway 77 and regional connectivity with U.S. Highway 275 and U.S. Highway 30. It includes a…
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