Morrissey Engineering is pleased to be a part of the renovation of Omaha's old riverfront power station project with NuStyle Development.
Morrissey Engineering is providing the mechanical and electrical design for the new home of Waypoint Church, formerly Kelley's Hilltop Lanes.
Morrissey Engineering is excited to be a part of The Limelight, the first downtown Omaha building in recent memory to have floors added on top.
Morrissey Engineering is providing the mechanical, electrical, and lighting design for Arbor Legacy, a joint venture by Arbor Bank and Legacy Eye Care.
Morrissey Engineering provided mechanical, electrical, and technology design, commissioning and LEED consulting services for CoSentry's Omaha-Midlands Data Center, the first LEED Gold Certified Data Center in the state of Nebraska.
Morrissey Engineering is excited to be a part of the $23 million renovation of the old federal building which is using Green Globes certification for their green building standard.
Morrissey Engineering is proud to be a part of this important project that will mix older residents and youths in need of mentoring.