Papillion Landing Community Center

Recreation Done Right

Papillion’s new community and recreation center is a two-building complex that includes a stand-alone indoor training facility/field house (soccer, softball, baseball) and a stand-alone community recreation facility. The buildings provide a variety of facilities for various activities, including four gyms for volleyball and basketball, a permanent stage, cardio-weight fitness areas, aquatics area, locker rooms, fitness rooms, and a 200-meter indoor walking track. Community spaces also include youth and senior centers, meeting space, four multi-purpose classrooms, a large lobby lounge, outdoor events space, indoor children’s play area, and administration spaces.

Project

Location
Papillion, NE

Size
119,096 SF

Scope of Work
New Construction

Date of Completion  
2019

Website
Papillion Landing

Project Contact
Audrey Buckley

“I’m beyond proud,” Recreation Director Lori Hansen said during a tour of the facility. “It’s just amazing to see the reality of your work that started with napkin sketches to seeing something like this. It’s one of the most beautiful community facilities I’ve ever seen.”
Lori Hansen - OWH

Over 5,000,000 lbs of precast were used to construct this building.

Photography by: Dana Damewood

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