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Pinnacle Bank Headquarters

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Pinnacle Bank Headquarters

Darland was hired by Pinnacle Bank to construct its three-story headquarters in West Omaha. The building includes 63,000 square feet of office space and 19,000 square feet of underground parking. The unique structure sits at a southeast angle (116-degrees), which allows for prominent views from all three floors.

When CPA firm Seim Johnson Sesiak & Quist decided to join Pinnacle and relocate their offices, the project expanded by nearly 30 percent to accommodate the new tenant. "The design and preconstruction planning stages were significantly extended, although the completion date remained the same,” Jerry Kelley, managing principal at Darland. “Because of the fully-integrated approach we have taken with Avant Architects and our detailed preconstruction process, we were able to achieve Pinnacle’s budget and schedule objectives.”

On the first floor is a full-service Pinnacle Bank retail bank branch and Pinnacle Bank's holding company occupies the third floor. Seim Johnson Sesiak & Quist occupies the second floor.

The building received a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. To receive LEED certification, the building must be verified to meet green building standards for energy performance, water efficiency, reduced carbon dioxide emissions and improved indoor environmental quality. Of the materials used, 37 percent were extracted and manufactured within 500 miles of the building to support regional economies. The building contains 23 percent recycled materials and more than 92 percent of the construction waste was recycled. The building performance is 19 percent more efficient than a standard office building, including all mechanical systems.