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Innerspace Studios and Morrissey Engineering teamed to complete the design that included a new mechanical system, lead-lined operating room walls, structural supports, super-flat epoxy floors, and surgical medical gas.
In the November 2012 issue of American School & University, The University of Nebraska at Omaha, Scott Court received an Outstanding Design award.
Morrissey Engineering is providing the mechanical and electrical design for CBSHome's new space.
Congratulations to Dicon!
Apartment dwellers who move into the renovated downtown Omaha Barker Building next year will be just an elevator ride away from not only a toasted sandwich, but also a medical checkup and a pharmaceutical refill.
A shiny new office campus spanning 16 acres officially opened this month in Omaha for CSG Systems International.
George Morrissey will be part of a panel of speakers for the Nebraska Chapter of DBIA on Wednesday, October 24, at the Scott Conference Center. It's opportunity to listen and learn from some of our most respected industry leaders in Omaha.
COLUMBUS — City leaders and local health care professionals stood in a grassy field on the corner of 38th Street and 48th Avenue Tuesday morning, touting the benefits of recent developments along the city’s northern edge.
Morrissey Engineering is designing the mechanical and electrical for the District Urban Lofts, located atop the old Lerner building.
Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical design for Village East.
Morrissey Engineering designed the MEP for the new facility which is 35,000 square feet and will house an inventory of about 400 vehicles.
Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical design for the former Black Hills Energy Building at 1815 Capitol Avenue, the latest downtown transformation by NuStyle Development.