Architects Omaha | Jackson Jackson and Associates

"Specs and plans are the best.  I have also received many such comments from contractors.  Eileen is thorough not only in the planning stages, but in her site visits and ensuring the project is completed as planned, including timely closeout documents."  Dwayne L. Johnson, Past Director Facility Services – Wayne State College

Wayne State College
Bowen Hall

Project Location: Wayne, Nebraska

Completion Date: August 2008

Size:  10,800 sq. ft.    



In 2008 we completed a re-roof project at Bowen Hall, a 12 story residence hall. The roof originally had a fenced in terrace that was accessible to the students. This function was eliminated as the wooden fence had deteriorated and needed to be removed along with the structural supports for mechanical equipment that had previously been removed. A previous re-roof project had roofed up over weep holes at the two elevator towers and the Owner was experiencing water infiltration at the walls around the elevators. During the re-roof project we coordinated the termination of the new roof system below the weeps. In September of 2009 we worked with Traco Windows and Wayne State College to collect data on the existing building window systems as compared to building utility costs, resulting in a Window Energy Analysis Report. The simulated tests indicated a projected energy cost savings of approximately $15,000.00 to $16,000.00 a year by upgrading the existing single pane window units. Approximate combined projected costs: $788,177.

6912 North 97th Circle
Suite 1
Omaha, NE 68122


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