UNL College of Business Administration
The University of Nebraska – Lincoln, College of Business Administration Replacement Building is a new building of approximately 240,000 gross square feet. The project site is situated on the south east corner of 14th and Vine Street on the Central Campus of the University of Nebraska.
The program for the building includes classrooms, two auditoriums, offices, an atrium, a café and numerous support spaces required for a building of this program and size. The program functions are housed on 6 floor levels – one of which is below grade, making the building five stories above grade. Additional features include a sunken plaza on the west side of the building, a plaza on the northwest corner of the site, plaza and landscaping on the south side of the building and additional landscaping on the east side of the building. Building components include, but are not limited to, storm piping and site utilities, auger cast piles, cast-in-place pile caps, footings, foundation walls and stair towers; under-slab and perimeter drainage system, foundation waterproofing and insulation, steel framed structural system, steel framed supported floor slabs, fireproofing, precast concrete exterior wall panels (limestone clad precast exterior wall panels by alternate), aluminum curtain glazing systems, EPDM roofing system, standing seam metal roofing, interior metal framing, gypsum board assemblies, hollow metal doors and frames, wood doors, porcelain tile flooring, terrazzo flooring, carpet, acoustical panel ceilings, interior metal panels, wood paneling, decorative wood ceilings and slat systems and two monument atrium stairs with glass guard and hand rails.
Capitol City’s scope included normal and emergency power distribution with a main switchboard, distribution panels, lighting panels, dry-type transformers, exterior grade mounted diesel fueled emergency generator with walk-in housing, automatic transfer switches, raceways and conductors. A cable tray system was incorporated for low-voltage wiring. Lighting systems are a combination of LED and fluorescent lights. Selected areas are equipped with lighting control systems. Exterior site lighting was provided as well.
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