Other Housing Projects

Multi-family Housing Projects

Centerline Apartments – Omaha, NE
Foundry Lofts – Omaha, NE
Lumber Yard District – Omaha, NE
Nove Lofts – Omaha, NE
Capitol Place – Omaha, NE
Girls Inc. Transitional Housing – Omaha, NE
The Breakers – Omaha, NE
The Dalmore Apartments – Omaha, NE
Latitude Student Living (Block 68) – Lincoln, NE
Benson Lights Apartments – Omaha, NE
Offutt Air Force Base Dormitory – Bellevue, NE

Senior Housing Projects

Palmetto Pines – Graniteville, SC
Ridgewood Rehabilitation and Care Center – Seward, NE
Southlake Village Rehabilitation & Care Center – Omaha, NE
Brookestone Meadows Rehabilitation & Care Center – Elkhorn, NE
Hillcrest Country Estates – Papillion, NE
Immanuel Landing Small House Senior Living – Lincoln, NE

Other Vetter Senior Living/Rehabilitation Facilities

South Haven- Wahoo, Nebraska

The South Haven project is a 57,000 SF skilled nursing and assisted living facility with 67 units, a memory support wing, a chapel, and a commercial kitchen. The facility is designed to look and feel like a small community main street with shops and small stores. Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical design for the facility. This project was completed in October 2004.

The Lodge at Heritage Estates Replacement Facility - Gering, NE

Morrissey Engineering designed the mechanical and electrical systems for the new Heritage Care Center for Vetter Health Services in Gering, Nebraska. This 85,000 square foot $9M building, designed by RDG Planning and Design, was designed with the look and feel of small communities with a main street with shops and small stores. Vetter Centers are well known nationally for facilities that provide needs beyond routine care and dignity of life for their occupants, making them a benchmark in the industry.

The building accommodates multiple levels of care, from independent living to skilled nursing, with special areas designated for dementia and Alzheimer's residents.

Morrissey Engineering has completed several projects for Vetter Health Services, including:

Brookefield Park
Brookestone Acres
Brookestone Meadows Renovation Senior Living
Geneva Assisted Living Addition
Geneva Cottages
Milder Manor Renovation
North Platte Linden Court Assisted Living
Ridgewood Renovation and Addition Senior Living
Southlake Village Renovation Senior Living
Elfindale memory support addition, Springfield, Mo.
Rose Lane Home, memory support renovation, Loup City, Neb.
Generator Upgrade, Spalding, Neb.
Heritage of Bel Air, renovation and addition, Norfolk, Neb.
Vetter Senior Living duplex cottage design, various sites
Benjamin Court, site development project, Norfolk, Neb.

The Bank

Omaha, Nebraska

Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical engineering design services to renovate the existing Farm Credit Building from mixed-use commercial space into 106 apartment units, with the two lower levels remaining mixed-use commercial tenant space.

The 11-story historical building in downtown Omaha is retrofitted with all new mechanical and electrical systems to comply with current codes associated with high-rise construction while maintaining the original aesthetics by guidelines set forth by the Nebraska State Historical Preservation Organization. Completed in 2011, the project architect was Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture.




106 apartments with 9.5-foot ceilings
Rooftop deck
Community room
Fitness center

Square Footage

157,000 SF - Total building area
97,500 SF - Remodel of the residential area

Riverfront Place Tower II

Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical design for the new construction of these downtown Omaha condominiums. Completed in June 2011,  RDG Planning & Design was the project architect.




Energy-efficient heat pump systems
Supplementary electrical perimeter heating
Fire sprinklers in all residences
Two floors of enclosed parking
50 living units
Penthouse level unit

Square Footage

94,600 SF Building area
10,275 SF Enclosed parking

Livestock Exchange Building

Omaha, Nebraska

The Livestock Exchange Building is an 11-story, 209,000-square-foot historical building built in 1926 that once served as a headquarters for the Omaha Stockyards and associated businesses. Morrissey Engineering designed the HVAC and electrical systems to renovate the building, which now contains apartments, commercial offices, conference facilities, a ballroom, a dining room, and basement parking. The HVAC systems consisted of packaged gas-fired rooftop units for the ballroom/dining room spaces, gas-fired furnaces with air-cooled condensing units for the apartments and commercial offices, and a stair tower smoke control system. The electrical systems included an emergency backup generator and fire alarm system.