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The new Kearney Regional Airport fire station construction is complete and ready for use. Sampson aided in building the $1.67 million 114-foot by 62-foot facility with three truck bays and room to house a city pumper truck.Click here for more information from the Kearney Hub
Sampson Construction was chosen to build 1547 Green House Data Center’s fourth facility to be located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The 35,000 SF data center will be completed Summer 2014 and includes 100 Gbps fiber lines and adhere to the company’s values and be one of the largest and most efficient data centers in the Rocky Mountain region.  Click here to watch You Tube video on the new facility.
Two (2) projects were honored with awards from AGC (Associated General Contractors of America) in the AGC Build Nebraska Awards on November 8th at the 2013 Fall Conference. Congratulations to all team members, design team, and owners that were part of these projects. ‘New Construction Projects-Under $5 Million Project of the Year’: RYDE Transit Transportation Facility, Kearney ‘New...
Scotty Kaufman, former U.S. Army Corporal who served in World War II, was honored at the Nebraska vs. Northwestern Football Game on Saturday, November 2nd, 2013. He and eight other Nebraskans were selected to serve as honorary gate sentinels. Click here for more information.
The $1.67 million new fire station at the Kearney Regional Airport will have three truck bays to accommodate the current airport fire truck and a second truck to be purchased in 2014. Click here for more information from the Kearney Hub.
Sadoff Iron & Metal Co., the scrap metal and electronics recyclers, showed of its new site in Air Park. “Sampson Construction, Davis Design, the Lincoln Airport Authority and the City of Lincoln have all been fantastic partners on this project, and we thank them for making this a reality,” said CEO Mark Lasky. Click here for more information from the Journal Star.
Elementary students chanted “We want books!” as the symbolic first shovels of dirt were turned to mark construction of the Ashland Community Resource Center on a windy afternoon in October. Click here for more information from the Wahoo-Ashland-Waverly newspaper.
Weeping Water Public Schools took its first step in starting the $11.8 million renovation/new addition project on October 18th. Click here for more information from the Fremont Tribune.
John Sampson, President of Sampson Construction, was awarded the Burnham Yates Citizenship Award for 2013 at the annual Lincoln Chamber of Commerce Celebrate Business Awards Ceremony on September 4, 2013. The award recognizes individuals for their corporate citizenship efforts and for his/her business and charitable contributions to the city. Click here for a list of other businesses and...
On September 3, 2013 at 11:00 a.m., Sampson Construction participated in an OSHA Safety Stand Down sponsored by the Regional Office of OSHA in Kansas City, Missouri, at the Knoll Hall, Phase II and Phase III Residence Halls on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. Falls are the leading cause of injury and death in construction. Each year, on average, between 150 and 200 workers are...