Category Archives: Architecture

Schemmer’s Terry M. Wood, AIA, LEED AP, quoted in Midlands Business Journal

Midlands Business Journal | February 21, 2014 Upgraded security within local schools centers on technology, reconfiguration Terry M. Wood, AIA, LEED AP, Schemmer’s K-12 Education Market Leader, was quoted in the Midlands Business Journal concerning gun violence in schools and how architecture and engineering firms can step in to help. An $80 million dollar bond…
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Schemmer’s Steve Kathol, P.E., S.E. elected president of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Nebraska

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Nebraska (ACEC/N) elected Steve Kathol, P.E., S.E., as president for the 2013/2014 program year. Prior to his presidency, Kathol served ACEC/N as president-elect, treasurer, secretary, and state director, and also as the Omaha Common Grounds subcommittee chair. ACEC/N provides private engineering firms with the tools and educational opportunities…
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Schemmer’s Pat Birch, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, quoted in MBJ article, Projects in Lincoln featuring sustainable methods are more commonly used

Midlands Business Journal | Projects in Lincoln featuring sustainable methods are more commonly used Senior Schemmer architect Pat Birch, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, was quoted in the September 15 issue of Midlands Business Journal regarding Schemmer’s efforts to go green and work towards sustainability and energy savings for A/E clients. The United States Green Building…
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Schemmer’s Principal and Director of Marketing, Tracy Mumford, is mentioned in the Midlands Business Journal article titled Experience, reputation and chemistry all come into play when choosing an architect

  Tracy Mumford, Principal and Director of Marketing at Schemmer was featured in July 12 edition of the Midlands Business Journal How to Choose an Architect section, in an article titled, "Experience, reputation and chemistry all come into play when choosing an architect." The article focuses on first meetings, reputation, integrated project delivery (IDP), pre-hire presentations and…
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Code Officials – Friend or Foe?

Have you ever experienced the design professional’s worst nightmare? The Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) reviews the plan and approves the project; construction moves forward only to have the construction inspector/AHJ disagree and shut down construction for consultation, along with possible expensive changes. If the project codes are not discussed and identified early in the process,…
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INCLUSIVE DESIGN – Office Renovations that Promote Employee Engagement

Office culture, department consolidation, personal work styles, collaboration, better use of space…all important concerns we wanted to address in our office renovation. The question became how to embrace positive change while retaining the things that still work, and of course, all on a shoestring budget. It’s a familiar challenge. We are Architects and Engineers, we…
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