Mammel Hall is the new home for the University of Omaha College of Business. The features and technologies in Mammel Hall will make for a better environment for students, faculty and staff.
The Keokuk High School received an extensive renovation including new windows, a new geothermal heat pump HVAC system, rooftop energy recovery ventilation systems, plumbing upgrades and other site improvements.
The Pueblo Community College Learning Center was a complete redesign. The facility now feature admission and financial aid offices, a café, lounge areas, and meeting rooms.
Haiku is a Japanese sushi restaurant located on the Drake University campus in Des Moines, IA. Farris Lighting gave the restaurant a unique appeal, with a bold, blue lighting scheme.
The new central utility plant serves the West Haymarket Development area in Lincoln, NE, including the new Pinnacle Bank Arena.
The Nebraska Army National Guard Mead Readiness Center is a $10.8 million, 49,260 sf training facility for military police and vehicle maintenance units.
Farris Engineering recognizes the client as the most important factor in a project and seeks to build enduring value and trust by providing the best customer service possible!
Dave Benscoter, joins Farris Engineering as a Senior Mechanical Designer and Revit/BIM Manager. Dave has over 20 years of experience designing and drafting HVAC, mechanical piping and plumbing systems and has 5 years of experience managing CAD/BIM software implementation. He will be instrumental in the company-wide management and training for Revit. Dave’s training has given him the opportunity to be Certified in Plumbing Engineering (CIPE), and a Certified Plumbing Designer, (CPD).
Justin Magill, EI, LEED, NEBB, TABB joins Farris Engineering as a Mechanical Engineering Intern. Justin has over 8 years of experience as an HVAC Test and Balance Contractor, in addition to HVAC functional performance testing and mechanical system trouble-shooting. He is a National Environmental Balancing Bureau Certified Professional (NEBB) and a Test Adjust and Balance Bureau Certified Supervisor (TABB). He will be instrumental in assisting in Mechanical System Design. He will also be part of the Farris Engineering Commissioning Team, focusing on existing system analysis and existing system Recommissioning/Retrocommissioning.
Don Foster, PE, LEED AP BD+C, CGD has been named Omaha Office Manager. Foster, has more than 30 years of experience, 28 of those with Farris Engineering. In his new role, he will be responsible for managing the office’s day-to-day affairs, ensuring office operations are efficient and effective, and coordinating with Business Development to determine the best strategic opportunities to pursue.