Phase 2 construction includes the installation of fire sprinklers.
Berggren Architects’ Historian joins Arcadia’s series of “Images of America” as the author of “Crete”
Janet L. Jeffries is an archivist, historian, and adjunct instructor in history at Doane College and serves as architectural historian for Berggren Architects. Book signing announced for September 30 in The Crete News. Book available at Arcadia Publishing.
Gage County is saving an average of $11,400 per year on energy costs since a geothermal heating and cooling system was installed at the courthouse. Read more about it in the Beatrice Daily Sun.
Sampson Construction has begun construction on the renovation of the windmill factory and the house next door in order to create an operating museum.
The Gage County Courthouse is nearing the one-year mark of construction completion. To read more on the substantial completion, see the Beatrice Daily Sun article.
A report produced by the Preservation Green Lab of the National Trust for Historic Preservation provides the most comprehensive analysis to date of the potential environmental benefit of building reuse.
Berggren Architects would like to thank all the participants in the 117th Annual NACO Conference. This year, we presented a case study of our recent work with Gage County officials to restore their historic courthouse. For those who missed our presentation, here it is.
Berggren Architects will again be a participant at the Nebraska Association of County Officials’ (NACO) annual conference, December 14-16. This year’s event will be held in Kearney, Nebraska.
Marc Zettler of Berggren Architects successfully completed the examination process to become a licensed architect in Nebraska.