Ambitious. Courageous. Client Driven.
The history of Lamp Rynearson is filled with ambitious individuals who are courageous, hard working, and does what it takes to provide their clients the services they need. It all began in the 1950s, when Don Lamp and Bill Rynearson started our business in Omaha, making plot plans for mortgage bankers.
While we have grown and expanded over the last 60 years to over 170 professionals in Nebraska, Colorado, and Missouri, we have maintained our fearless attitude of working hard to do the right thing for our clients and communities.
Living the Legacy
“Leaving a Legacy of Enduring Improvements to Our Communities” – Purpose Statement
Project by project, Lamp Rynearson “lives” its purpose statement. Understanding the importance of our work and its impact on the communities, the following core values guide our decisions:
- We will foster development of our employees’ professional, personal, and family lives.
- We are committed to integrity, honesty and ethics.
- We will contribute to the advancement of our professions and our communities.
- Innovation, creativity and quality are the foundation of our business.
- We are committed to financial stability to ensure control of our own destiny.
Written by employees, our purpose statement and core values are the groundwork for our design and business philosophy.
A Culture of Giving Back
As volunteers, mentors, and community leaders, Lamp Rynearson professionals go beyond day-to-day project work to fulfill our mission statement of “leaving a legacy of enduring improvements to our communities.” We donate our time and money in support of local nonprofits, community development groups, and industry organizations. Read our Corporate Social Responsibility Report to learn more about how our community-changing people, projects, and investments are working toward a sustainable and inclusive future for all.
Meet Our Team
“A legacy of servant leadership, project management, and technical expertise have kept Lamp Rynearson at the cutting edge through 60 years—but the firm’s strength is its dynamic people.” – Omaha Magazine