NewStreet at The Yard

IP Design Group provided Smart Home consulting and design services to assist the developer in identifying the components available to achieve a smart home. Our Interactive Planning process provided the necessary information for the developer to make informed decisions on which elements were to be incorporated into the final design for NewStreet at The Yard.

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Richardson Presented at Recent UBTech Conference

IP Design Group’s audiovisual designer Eric Richardson was a co-presenter with University of Nebraska—Lincoln audiovisual designer Greg Carstens, outlining the benefits of utilizing design standards to achieve consistent and predictable outcomes for higher education environments at the June 2017 UBTech conference. Their presentation focused on effective methods of proactively engaging stakeholders and development of client-specific standards.

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Eppley Master Plan Benefits from IP Design Group Involvement

Our team has been working with the Omaha Airport Authority for more than a decade to implement improvements aimed at an enhanced visitor and passenger experience. Our recent involvement includes a parking guidance system and a free FLYOMA smartphone app to assist travelers with hassle-free parking as well as the new parking structure and the overall master plan for future airport growth.

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New Headquarters for Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Look for the completed Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s (ODWC) headquarters building in 2018. Together with our partners at Beck Design, we are seeking to fulfill the owner’s desire for a technologically advanced, modern, and fitness-oriented setting. IP Design Group is providing comprehensive telecommunications and audiovisual consulting and design for this project.

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Work Begins on Lincoln Nursing, Health Center Home

Academic health is at the forefront of discussion at University’s all across the United States in an attempt to address the growing shortage of nurses and allied health practitioners. The co-located ambulatory student health center will provide facilities capable of offering student health care needs to a student population projected to grow significantly by 2020. The use of technology will be an important part of how the two entities will utilize the new facility to engage students in active, contemporary learning and provide crucial health care services to students, including incorporation of specialty systems such as nurse call for both the clinical and simulation environments, along with telecommunications, audiovisual, acoustical, and security systems typical of a 21st-century facility.

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