Omaha-based engineering and survey firm, Lamp Rynearson, is launching a new brand to coincide with its 60th anniversary year. A fresh look and direction with the same commitment to our clients and communities will further define the firm.
Now with over 170 professionals in four office locations: Omaha, Kansas City, Fort Collins, and Lakewood, the Lamp Rynearson team has maintained a fearless attitude of working hard to do the right thing for our clients while advancing the engineering profession. Lamp Rynearson is ranked as one of the ENR (Engineering News Record) Top 500 design firms in the United States.
Headquarter in Omaha since 1959, Nebraska projects include Heartwood Preserve, Aksarben Village, North Shore, Capitol District, Capitol Place and the redesign of 78th Street from Pacific Street to Mercy Road. Lamp Rynearson is on the team selected for the reconstruction of the Offutt Air Force Base runway.
Lamp Rynearson located at 4715 Innovation Drive in Fort Collins, Colorado, has been active in Colorado since 2007. Lamp Rynearson specializes in land development, municipal engineering, water and wastewater and water rights. Recent Colorado projects are Town Engineer for Dacono, Colorado; and Trunk Water Main Extension in Windsor, Colorado.
Larkin Group and Larkin Aquatics located at 9001 State Line Road in Kansas City, Missouri, merged into Lamp Rynearson in 2013. Both names shifted to Lamp Rynearson in February 2019. Kansas and Missouri projects include the recently finished construction services for Town Fork Creek’s Neighborhood Sewer Rehabilitation which was completed $1 million dollars under budget; Roe Lane Street and Storm Drainage Improvements in Roeland Park, Kansas; and Kirk Family Community Center YMCA.
TZA Water Engineers located at 12596 West Bayaud Avenue in Lakewood, Colorado, merged with Lamp Rynearson in 2014. TZA Water Engineers rebranded to Lamp Rynearson in February 2019. This office location specializes in water rights, water and wastewater, municipal engineering, and land development. Recent projects are Granby Parshall Flume Replacement, Sheep Mountain Ranch Reservoir and Pipeline, Huerfano County River Regional Augmentation Plan, Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation for the town of Crook, and Water System Improvements for St. Mary’s Glacier Metro District.
Having successfully transitioned four generations of firm owners and leaders since 1959, Lamp Rynearson, an ESOP company, remains customer-centric while expanding services to assist clients across the Midwest. The company lives its purpose statement, “to leave a legacy of enduring improvements to our communities while perpetuating our company for future generations.”
President Nancy Pridal noted, “A renewed course will carry us forward underscored with the same commitment to clients, employees, and communities. We have expanded our geographic footprint and added services our clients requested. Our dedicated team is inspired to provide leadership and project management unified under one brand, Lamp Rynearson. We will continue to Live the Legacy our founders Don Lamp and Bill Rynearson began in 1959.”