The Clark Enersen Partners, Architects

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Lincoln, 1977-2016, and Kearney, Nebraska, 1993-2005


Partners:

Kenneth B. Clark, Lincoln, Nebraska

Lawrence A. Enersen, Lincoln, Nebraska

Albert Charles Hamersky, Lincoln, Nebraska

Dennis Scheer, Landscape Architect, Lincoln

Successor firm to Clark, Enersen, Hamersky, Schlaebitz, Burroughs & Thomsen, Architects and Engineers, Lincoln, Nebraska.

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.

Compiled Nebraska Directory Listings

Lincoln, Nebraska, 1977-2003

Lineage of the Firm

1946-1962: Clark & Enersen, Architects, Lincoln, Nebraska.

1963-1970: Clark, Enersen, Olsson, Burroughs & Thomsen, Architects, Lincoln, Nebraska.

1971-1972: Clark, Enersen, Hamersky, Schlaebitz, Burroughs & Thomsen, Architects, Lincoln, Nebraska.

1973-1976: Clark, Enersen, Hamersky, Schlaebitz, Burroughs & Thomsen, Architects and Engineers, Lincoln, Nebraska.

1977-2016: The Clark Enersen Partners, Architects, Lincoln, Nebraska.

1993-2005: The Clark Enersen Partners, Architects, Kearney, Nebraska.

Other Associations

1978-1993: employed Stephen L. Clymer, architect.

1982-1994: employed Paul J. Brokering, architect.

1986-1991: employed Charles G. Nelson, architect.

2001: employed Barry M. Ward, principal.

Buildings & Projects

Dated

Project for Nebraska State Historical Society Heritage Center (1978-1979), 15th & H, Lincoln, Nebraska.[4]

Restoration and remodel of Sharp Building, renamed the American Charter Center (1980) for American Charter, Lincoln, Nebraska.[8]

Lincoln Mall (1983), Lincoln.[6][a]

1 Landmark Center (2000-2003), 1000 Lincoln Mall, Lincoln, Nebraska.[3]

Classroom, office, and sanctuary addition to Holy Savior Lutheran Church (ca. 2002), 4710 N 10th, Lincoln, Nebraska.[2]

Ameritas Life Insurance Corporation Bldg (ca. 2002-2003), Fallbrook Village, Lincoln, Nebraska.[1]

Sheridan Lutheran Church (2003) corner of 70th Street and Old Cheney Road, Lincoln, Nebraska.[7]

Undated

Farm Credit Services of America Corporate Office Building 2, Omaha, NE.[5]

Honors & Awards

2012: AIA Honor Award for Detail, Farm Credit Services of America Corporate Office Building 2.[5]

Notes

a. Designed by Lawrence A. Enersen.[6]

References

1. “Ameritas is on the move in many ways,” Lincoln Journal Star (March 2, 2003), 10M.

2. “1.7 Million Addition,” Lincoln Journal Star (February 23, 2003), 3M.

3. “1 Landmark Center: chronology of NebCo activity on the Lincoln Mall,” Dedication publication, (May 1, 2003).

4. “Energy and Architectural Form,” NSHS Newsletter (February 1979), foldout.

5. “2012 AIA Design Awards,” Omaha World-Herald Special Section (October 7, 2012), 5S.

6. “Lawrence Enersen dies: noted architect was 74,” Lincoln Journal (July 9, 1983), 1.

7. “Growing Seeds of Ministry,” Lincoln Journal Star (December 20, 2003), 1C, 3C.

8. “Design at the Clark Enersen Partners 1946-1986,” The Clark Enersen Partners (February 1986).

Page Citation

D. Murphy, “The Clark Enersen Partners, Architects,” in David Murphy, Edward F. Zimmer, and Lynn Meyer, comps. Place Makers of Nebraska: The Architects. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society, September 13, 2016. http://www.e-nebraskahistory.org/index.php?title=Place_Makers_of_Nebraska:_The_Architects Accessed, August 15, 2022.


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