LINCOLN, Neb. – Hampton Construction has been chosen to construct the new district office building for Lincoln Public Schools at 5901 O St., the site where the former building was destroyed by fire in May.
Hampton Enterprises has been chosen to design and develop a new office building for Nebraska Municipal Power Pool Energy/Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska. NMPP Energy/MEAN and its 52 employees are relocating from their current home at 1111 O St. to GlynOaks Plaza, Hampton’s newest commercial development at So. 84th St. and GlynOaks Drive in southeast Lincoln.
Hampton Construction has been chosen by Union College to construct its new science and math complex. The 55,000 square-foot, two-story structure will house state-of-the-art labs with learning spaces for biology, physics, and mathematics.
Hampton has brought together a qualified team of employees and subcontractors who not only displayed a high level of craftsmanship, but also created a finished project that was on time to the day and within a budget that was proposed by our architects.
Layne Rolofson, Director of Finance and Property, Capitol City Christian Church