The Otto Olsen replacement building combined current programs located across the University of Nebraska at Kearney campus into the first STEM building to serve rural Nebraska. It features state-of-the-art labs for virtual design/construction simulation, mechanical products and mechatronics, virtual reality space, hydraulics/pneumatics, computer sciences and technical server room, applied sciences, physics, engineering and research, in addition to a full-motion simulator and ITEC Testing Center.
- Acoustic consulting including architectural room acoustics, space modeling, building material recommendations, mechanical noise and vibration control, and sound isolation was provided.
- Audiovisual system including video presentation, audio reinforcement, presentation methods and source selection control system was provided.
- Telecommunications systems including building service entrance, telecommunication room termination equipment, backbone cable between telecommunications rooms, horizontal cable to work area outlets, wireless access points, and video surveillance cameras were provided.
- Electronic access control system including device locations, headend equipment, and door hardware coordination was provided.
- Electronic video surveillance system including cameras and headend equipment was provided.
Photography credit: Jackson Studios