One First National Center
Structure in General
- One First National is the tallest building in Nebraska, and the tallest between Minneapolis and Denver.
- On 23 January 2001 the structure passed the 458-foot Woodmen Tower to become the tallest building in Nebraska, as the core reached 467 feet that day.
- The lobby includes a 60 foot high glass winter garden, whose south wall incorporates part of the ornamental terra cotta facade of the previous building on the site.
- There are three fountains in the project, two inside the building and one outside.
- All exterior stone on the facade is granite.
- From May to June 1999 the caissons were drilled by "Big Stan", the world's largest drilling rig, which was brought in from Denver.
- The Peter Kiewit Institute conducted a study to measure the axial shortening of the concrete core and structural steel, to see how the actual relationship would compare to current theories.
- The basic core plan is 27.86 m x 12.04 m (91'-5" x 39'-6").
- The 17-story Medical Arts Building was demolished to clear the site for this building.
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communications engineering, cooling installation, crane supplier (construction), elevator supplier, environmental consultant, facade consultant, facade designer, facade installation, facade supplier, formwork supplier, general contractor, geotechnical engineering, interior designer, MEP engineering, owner, steel supplier