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One First National Center

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Identification

One First National Center
The Tower at First National Center, First National Bank Building
101138

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Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
composite structure
postmodernism

Usages

commercial office
parking

Facts

  • One First National is the tallest building in Nebraska, and the tallest between Minneapolis and Denver.
  • The basic core plan is 27.86 m x 12.04 m (91'-5" x 39'-6").
  • 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 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 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.
  • All exterior stone on the facade is granite.
  • There are three fountains in the project, two inside the building and one outside.
  • 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 17-story Medical Arts Building was demolished to clear the site for this building.

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Location

1601-1623 Dodge Street
102 South 16th Street, 101 South 17th Street
1601 Dodge Street
68102
Omaha
Nebraska
U.S.A.

Technical Data

193.25 m
193.25 m
193.25 m
4.11 m
45
1999
2002
300

Involved Companies

Leo A Daly

RDG Planning & Design

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Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
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