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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.
Morrissey Engineering is pleased to provide the mechanical and electrical design, and commissioning services for the Sheltering Tree, a living community for special needs adults.
We are please to announce that the Morrissey Engineering 4940 Building's LEED Project Profile has been officially launched in the new USGBC online project library.
Morrissey Engineering is providing the mechanical and electrical design for this new performing arts center.
More on: Marian to start work on $7.4M arts center
Morrissey Engineering is working with Alley Poyner Macchietto Architects on the makeover of this 1929 building in downtown Omaha.
Kelly: A new life for old Barker Building
Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical design, commissioning services, and LEED consulting services for this Class A office building renovation. See the outstanding results in the ASHRAE Journal April 2012.
Morrissey Engineering designed the mechanical, electrical and lighting systems for the Henry Doorly Zoo's remodeled and renovated Scott Aquarium that opens to the public Thursday. Here's a sneak preview of what's to come. Showcase: Inside the remodeled Scott Aquarium.
Morrissey Engineering is designing the mechanical and electrical for this $23 million project that will renovate the historic Omaha Federal building into a Residence Inn Marriott.
More on: Federal Building Renovation