At Prairie Construction, we are always learning and staying on top of trends in the industry. We recently gathered our superintendents for training, with an emphasis on Procore, a project management software we recently implemented into all of our projects. The Prairie Construction team is ready and excited for a busy Spring and Summer.
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Creighton’s Criss Health Scienc...
Prairie Construction is proud to work with numerous pillars of the Omaha community. Among those is Creighton University, whom we have been proud to partner with on several projects. We recently wrapped up a renovation of the main corridor of the Criss Health Sciences Building on the Omaha campus. The 30,000 square foot project included […]
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The winter storm in the forecast for this week is expected to start with a layer of ice, followed by a significant snowfall. When you have a layer of ice under snow, there is a potential for ice jams to form. Ice jams occur when snow is in a pattern of melting and refreezing. Snow […]
New Year, New Projects
Happy New Year from all of us at Prairie Construction! The start of the new year is always a good time to look ahead and set goals for the new year. Perhaps you have been considering a remodel or new build project for your home or businesses but put it off because of rising material […]
Holiday Greetings from Prairie Constr...
As we prepare for the Holiday season, and look ahead to 2023, the Prairie Construction team is reflecting on the last year. We are grateful for the many gifts we have received and celebrated during the last year, the greatest of which is the opportunity to continue working with our trusted team, partners, and clients. […]
Prevent Energy Loss in Your Home this...
Winter is slowly creeping in, and the colder temperatures have already given our furnaces a workout. Assuming we experience typical temperatures this Winter, MUD estimates on average residential customers will pay 17-18% more on their natural gas bill this winter. Add this to higher costs across the board due to inflation, and many homeowners will […]
Prepare Your Home for Winter
It won’t be long before Winter settles into the Midwest. Before the first snowfall, the Prairie Construction teams recommend you take some precautions to avoid ice jams and costly energy loss in your home. One important aspect of winter home preparation is ensuring that you have a reliable and efficient source of heating fuel, such […]
Time to Build
We could see an increase of close to 10 percent in construction projects in 2023, according to the American Institute of Architect’s AIA Consensus Construction Forecast. And 2024 could see an additional increase of six percent. This is great news! The construction industry, like most industries, slowed down during the pandemic. Labor shortages and supply chain issues […]
Get Your Home Ready for Early Record ...
The forecast is calling for record lows, the first hard freeze of the season. It might be catching some of us off guard because we have been enjoying nice days with cool nights. The Prairie Construction team suggests a few quick things you should do around the house before the temperatures dip below freezing: Make […]
Empty Office Space Makes Renovation a...
Pandemic restrictions have essentially been lifted, and many companies have implemented a return-to-work policy. But for several companies, it won’t be a return to “normal”. Many businesses have adopted a hybrid schedule, while others are deciding not to return at all and stay remote. That means a lot of office space is sitting empty in Omaha. The surge in empty office […]