First National Bank of Omaha Tower IP Design Group
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First National Bank of Omaha Tower IP Design Group
First National Bank of Omaha Tower IP Design Group
First National Bank of Omaha Tower IP Design Group
First National Bank of Omaha Tower IP Design Group

First National Bank Omaha Tower Renovation

LOCATION
Omaha, Nebraska

AREA
1 million GSF

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The Tower at First National Center was built to accommodate the First National Bank of Omaha offices in the heart of downtown. To create a more collaborative and healthy office environment for employees to return to work to, our team designed new technology systems for the renovation of the 45-story building.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Led the effort to bring management, technical staff, and departmental users together to create a new standard for meeting and collaborative spaces across the entire FNBO enterprise, yielding a commonality of UX (user experience), regardless of space type.
  • Introduced an Active-Learning andragogy to the corporate training and development instructors and designed several new technology-rich training spaces tailored to this new teaching method.
  • Re-imagined the client-facing spaces to boost engagement and foster Owner-Client partnership by leveraging immersive projection mapping, large-scale, direct view LED walls, architecturally embedded displays, and soundscapes.
  • Collaborated with the project architect and a specialty sculpture manufacturer to create a one-of-a-kind centerpiece on the marketing unit floor that incorporates a large, direct-view LED element.
  • “ME” spaces audiovisual design
    • Rejuvenation room with electronic room scheduling
    • Focus room with electronic room scheduling
  • “WE” spaces audiovisual design
    • Collaboration rooms
    • Boardroom
    • Learn-multi space
    • Learn-large space
    • Technology-enhanced common spaces
    • Training rooms, small to extra large
    • Dining/private dining

Photography credit: AJ Brown Imaging

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Interior view of the training room inside 1201 Cass Street