IP Design Group served Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) as the Program Manager for District-Wide Technology and Security Improvements in 56 buildings as part of a $153-million bond issue which included $16.1 million in technology.
The IP Design Group team partnered with LPS to select design consultants, update design standards, prepare conceptual designs and manage the outcome of projects necessary to establish design consistency across the District.
Newman Centers are Catholic ministry centers at non-Catholic universities that provide residential living spaces, pastoral services, and opportunities for social get-togethers. The John Paul II Newman Center is a joint venture with the University of Nebraska at Omaha that will provide on-campus housing for more than 160 students in a 4-story building accompanied by a rectory, chapel, student commons, outdoor court, and prayer garden.
This two-year public college is one of six regional community colleges in Nebraska serving a group of 25 counties. With full campuses in Hastings, Columbus, and Grand Island, the college also has learning centers in Holdrege, Kearney, and Lexington, Nebraska.
IP Design Group provided prime consulting and project management for a campuswide upgrade to their distance learning video conferencing system. Avant Acoustics served as subconsultant.
IP Design Group was hired by the University of Nebraska at Omaha to design the audiovisual system for a modeling and simulation lab at the Peter Kiewit Institute. The space will be used for the re-creation and simulation of critical infrastructure for man-made and natural disasters. It was designed to be reconfigurable and flexible in its use. Audiovisual technologies incorporated into the design of this space include an interactive touch screen video wall with video switching, touch screen control, annotation capability and surround sound audio.
The School of Nursing is a top-ranked, world-recognized program committed to improving the health and well-being of patients and communities through education, research and service. The 75,000-square-foot facility accommodates instructional spaces, a conference center, lecture halls that convert easily to small group learning, health assessment, task training, clinical skills, and faculty offices.
IP Design Group is providing technology consulting and design services for this new facility which will provide opportunities for inter-professional learning experience for students preparing for careers in rural primary care, new models for acute and critical care and community-based care.
This new 100,500-square-foot building will be located on UNL’s East Campus and will provide program spaces for an ambulatory clinic building and the College of Nursing. It will replace the college’s current location in downtown Lincoln, where qualified applicants were turned away due to space limitations and insufficient faculty.
The University of Oklahoma chose to consolidate six disparate data center operations into a new state-of-the-art Tier II/III data center. IP Design Group was retained to perform the planning and design for the new data center. The team engaged the top University leadership and data center stakeholders in an Interactive Planning process that identified the current needs for the University as well as through a 10- to 20-year window.