Category Newman Center
We are pleased to present some more detailed photos of the completed Newman Center in Lincoln, Nebraska, which highlight some features of the church that were not readily visible in the consecration footage. Please click through the gallery below to take a look. Advertisements
This past Sunday, our principal, James McCrery, traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska for the consecration of the new St. Thomas Aquinas Church and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Newman Center, by His Excellency Bishop James Conley of Lincoln. We at McCrery Architects are delighted to share with you some images of the liturgy, in which the building is truly employed to that […]
This past week, our principal, James McCrery, had the opportunity to visit Lincoln, meeting with our friends at Clark Architects and seeing the installation of the altars, rails, pulpit, and baptismal font. Click through the gallery to see the detail on the newly-installed millwork, all built and decorated by our friends at Mountain View Millworks […]
Clark Architects has shared with us a video of construction of the new organ for the Newman Center Chapel at the University of Nebraska. The organ is being fabricated by Bedient Pipe Organ, a company out of Roca, Nebraska.
From our friends at Clark Architects, we have some new photographs, taken by aerial drone, showing the construction of the Saint Thomas Aquinas Chapel for the University of Nebraksa Newman Center. You can see here that the exterior brick is nearly complete. In a subsequent post sometime in the next several weeks, we’ll have photographs of the interior where decorative painting is already underway.
Check out these images shared by Clark Architects Collaborative of the brick going up on the Newman Center.
James McCrery visited Munich this week to view the stained glass windows for the Newman Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. James was able to see the talented artisans from Mayer Munich hard at work, and had the opportunity to learn about all the steps needed to complete one of these finished pieces. Check out the attached photos to see some of work taking place.