Astle Ericson & Associates, Architects

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Omaha, Nebraska, 1978-1981; Salt Lake City, Utah, 1981-1999


Also DBA: Astle-Ericson & Associates, Architects


Partners:

Neil LaMonte Astle, Architect, president.

Ronald G. Ericson, Architect, vice president.


See the Utah Center for Architecture, Utah Architects Project page for the definitive work on Neil LaMonte Astle and his practice.[1]

This page is a contribution to the publication, Place Makers of Nebraska: The Architects. See the format and contents page for more information on the compilation and page organization.

Lineage of the Firm

1965-1973: Neil Astle, Architect, Omaha, Nebraska.

1973-1978: Neil Astle & Associates, Architects, Omaha, Nebraska.

1978-1999: Astle Ericson & Associates, Omaha, Nebraska.

1984-1999: Astle Ericson & Associates, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Other Associations

1980-1996: employed Robert Beckenhauer.

1990-1997: employed John Daniel Reinhardt, employee (1990-1992), intern architect (1993), and architect (1995-1997).

Buildings & Projects

Christ the King Priory, St. Benedict Monastery & St. Benedict Center (1979), 1123 Road I, Schuyler, Nebraska.[1][7]

DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center (1980-1981), 1434 316th Lane, Missouri Valley, Iowa.[1]

Benedictine Mission House (1991) 1123 Road I, Schuyler, Nebraska.[1]

The Museum of Danish America (1991), 2212 Washington Street, Elk Horn, Iowa.[1]

Mormon Trail Center (1996-1997), 3215 State St, Omaha, Nebraska.[6]

References

1. "Neil Lamonte Astle," Utah Center for ArchiteAstle Ericson & Associates, Architecture (2012-2016). Accessed March 7, 2017. http://utahcfa.org/architect/neil-lamonte-astle

2. "Astle Ericson Publications" Architecture Nebraska (Lincoln: Schluntz Publication, 1977). Spiral bound book in NSHS file.

3. The AIA Historical Directory of American Architects, s.v. “Astle, Neil Lamonte,” (ahd1001408) Accessed March 8, 2017. http://public.aia.org/sites/hdoaa/wiki

4. Astle, Neil L., Corporate Membership Files, The American Institute of Architects Archives, The AIA Historical Directory of American Architects, s.v. “Astle, Neil L.,” (ahd1001408), http://public.aia.org/sites/hdoaa/wiki (accessed March 14, 2017).

5. Astle, Neil L., Fellowship Membership Files, The American Institute of Architects Archives, The AIA Historical Directory of American Architects, s.v. “Astle, Neil L.,” (ahd1001408), http://public.aia.org/sites/hdoaa/wiki (accessed March 14, 2017).

6. Vicki Speek, “Neil L. Astle,” News about Mormons, Mormonism, and the LDS Church (Mormon-News, March 21, 2000) [Summary of articles from the Salt Lake Tribune (March 15, 2002), 2, and the Lincoln Journal-Star (March 15, 2000): 2.] Accessed February 7, 2003, <http://www.mormonstoday.com/000319/P2Astle01.shtml>

7. Jeff Barnes, 150@150: Nebraska's Landmark Buildings at the State's Sesquicentennial (Architectural Foundation of Nebraska, 2017).

Page Citation

D. Murphy, “Astle Ericson & Associates, Architects,” in David Murphy, Edward F. Zimmer, and Lynn Meyer, comps. Place Makers of Nebraska: The Architects. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society, March 7, 2017. http://www.e-nebraskahistory.org/index.php?title=Place_Makers_of_Nebraska:_The_Architects Accessed, May 29, 2020.


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