Successful, sustainable projects require a commitment from all parties to work together from the beginning. From pre-design until the end of the building’s warranty, we are involved with our clients to help maximize energy efficiency by providing services such as:
- Verifying the building systems, including air conditioning, heat and lighting, are running at the facility’s peak performance.
- Ensuring the windows and doors seal properly.
- Providing our clients with a detailed document that includes a preventative maintenance schedule.
Long-term Benefits - We want our clients to benefit from their building in every way. The benefits are obvious:
- Raising the building systems’ efficiency.
- Increasing the building’s life expectancy.
- Lowering energy consumption.
This design-build project was awarded Silver Certification by the US Green Building LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program. Internally and externally, the 144,000 sq. ft. office building includes mechanical, electrical and lighting systems that improve energy efficiency and lower operating costs.
Kiewit Building Group Inc. is constructing the Government Services Administration – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Denver District Office. The 45,876-square-foot building was designed to meet LEED® Silver guidelines.
The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers awarded Kiewit Building Group a $27 million contract to build the new Air Force Weather Agency headquarters. The team constructed a four-story, 188,000-square-foot data center and office building to accommodate the Air Force’s global weather functions.
The Bellevue Medical Center is the ﬁrst full-service hospital in Bellevue, Neb. The 265,000-square-foot facility was designed and built to offer comprehensive patient services, including emergency care, obstetrics, inpatient and outpatient surgery, intensive care, cardiac catheterization, pharmacy, radiology and laboratory testing.
The Newport News Federal Courthouse is a 35,000 square foot, LEED Silver certified facility. The interior structural, security and utility work included the construction of courtrooms, jury rooms and judges’ chambers on the upper two floors, office areas for administrative and security personnel, and a two-story lobby with sitting areas and restrooms.
As the construction manager/general contractor, Kiewit Building Group Inc. provided design-assist services for the Palazzo Verdi Tower. The project scope for this $57 million project involved constructing a 422,000-square-foot, Class A, 15-story office tower. The project is registered with the United States Green Building Council and is designed according to LEED Gold guidelines.