Office Space


Union Pacific Railroad Harriman Dispatch Center

The Union Pacific Harriman Dispatch Center is located at 850 Jones Street in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Called "the Bunker" by some, the Harriman is Union Pacific's rail traffic control headquarters, where the movement of more than 850 trains and nearly 36,000 miles of track across the country is controlled and monitored. Originally a freight depot, the building was redeveloped in the early 1990s as a way to unite 10 regional dispatch centers the UP once ran across the country.

Control Serivces installed a direct digital control system for a critical central railroad dispatching center which monitors and controls rail activity throughout the entire Union Pacific system.


Union Pacific Center

Union Pacific Corporation is one of America’s leading transportation companies. Its principal operating company, Union Pacific Railroad, is the largest railroad in North America, covering 23 states from California to Illinois. The company’s new $260 million corporate headquarters building in Omaha, Nebraska, the Union Pacific Center, is a beautiful 20-story, 1.3 million square foot, glass exterior structure. In fact, it’s the largest office building in the state! The property, which was designed by Gensler and developed by Hines, was ready for occupancy in the summer of 2004.

Control Services installed and integrated a site wide HVAC system with fiber redundancy to storm shutters, fire, smoke, lighting, weather station monitoring, Chillers, Crac Units PDI's and more.


Mutual of Omaha

The Mutual of Omaha Building is a 285-ft (87 m), 14-story skyscraper in midtown Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Built in 1970, it is currently the sixth tallest building in Omaha. The building houses the headquarters of Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company, and is the largest building in Mutual of Omaha's Midtown Crossing development. Joined to the main building, the Mutual of Omaha Dome is an underground facility topped by a large glass dome. The dome houses an employee café. The building's north face was covered with a large photograph of an Olympic swimmer in June 2008 as an advertisement for the U.S. Olympic swim trials being held in Omaha in July. Again, in June 2009 the company’s north face was adorned in a larger-than-life tiger to celebrate its centennial. The building wrap was completed by Super Color Digital, a large-format digital printing company based in Orange County, California.

Control Services installed a Building Automation System containing over 2,500 control and monitoring points for insurance facility with over 2,250,000 square feet of floor space. Central operator's stations and file server providing HVAC and security functions operating on a local area network


The Tower at First National Center

The First National Bank Tower is a 634 ft (193 m), 45-story skyscraper at 1601 Dodge Street in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Built in 2002, it is currently the tallest building in Nebraska. It was built on the site of the former Medical Arts Building which was imploded on April 2, 1999. Inside the glass lobby is a large section of the ornamental facade from the former Medical Arts Building.

The First National Bank Tower also plays host to Trek up the Tower, a vertical stair climb race up to the top of the tower. This race is presented by The Wellness Council of the Midlands.

Control Services installed a Building automation and control system for the 44-story office tower. System provides all environmental control functions as well as the smoke control system for this nearly 1 million square foot facility.

First National Bank needed a way to control access into their 6 elevator lobby entrances for this 44 story facility. They turned to Control Services, Inc. to come up with a solution that would: be aesthetically appealing, not disrupt high employee traffic flow, and operate smoothly with high durability. The glass gate barrier turnstiles from Smarter Security was a perfect match to meet these needs.


First National Bank Business Park

First National Business Park is located at 144th & Dodge Streets, just north of Boys Town in West Omaha.CB Richard Ellis regards the park as Omaha's "most prestigious location".It was a significant part of the largest annexation in Omaha's history, which former mayor Hal Daub called for in 1999.

Founded in 1997, the 80-acre (32 ha) business park is notable as one of the most desirable locations for business parks in the Midwestern United States. The Park had its last building commitment within a year of its founding. The park includes a 250,000-square-foot (23,000 m2) building finished in 1998, the Empire Fire and Marine Insurance building of 135,000 square feet (12,500 m2), a third building of 70,000-square-foot (6,500 m2) building, and a 65,000-square-foot (6,000 m2) building. Harlan Noddle, a past chairman of the University of Nebraska Foundation and a prominent Omaha businessman, was involved in building the park.

Control Services installed a Building Automation System providing direct digital control of heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems for a commercial office building. Applications include third party software connections to boilers and chillers, lighting control and real-time data paging to analog paging system.


Central Park Plaza

Central Park Plaza is a 15 story, commercial office complex in Downtown Omaha, Nebraska. The complex consists 419,679 square feet (38,989.5 m2) of office space, in two red brick towers with a lower level center connector on the first and second floors. The building features a central courtyard and a six story parking garage that is located directly north of the building and is connected by a skywalk. In 2007 a "sunrise" lighting feature was added to the angled face of the towers. The towers, built in a "V" formation, have been central to Omaha's skyline since they were built in the 1980s.

Control Services installed a Direct digital control system for the high-rise twin tower building located in Omaha, Nebraska. The system was originally installed to control and monitor only the major mechanical equipment, but has been expanded to provide computerized control of floor space terminal units.


TD Ameritrade

The building features a 75,000-square-foot, open-plan floor plate that allows TD Ameritrade to easily reconfigure space to accommodate the changing needs of the company’s business units. A lawn area links the office space with a two-story pavilion that houses amenities such as dining areas, game room, wellness room and a fitness center. The building’s sustainable features include an innovative rain-screen façade, rainwater harvesting system, solar thermal arrays to heat water, wind turbines to power lighting, electric car charging stations and occupancy sensors for LED lighting. The energy efficient design enables TD Ameritrade to reduce their energy costs by an estimated 48- 49 percent and make the building 50 percent less expensive to maintain.

Control Services installed a native BACnet architecture system with an Andover Continuum engine which controls the new headquarters for TD Ameritrade.


Kutak Rock

Kutak Rock currently resides in The Omaha National Bank Building which was built in 1888–89 at 1650 Farnam Street in Downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Built in the Italian Renaissance style, the building was saved from demolition by a rehabilitation in 1978. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, the building was originally known as the New York Life Insurance Building; it was renamed in 1906.

Originally occupied by the New York Life Insurance Company, the building was purchased by the Kountze Brothers' Omaha National Bank in 1909. Constructed in 1888–89, the building was designed in the Renaissance Revival style by Frederick Elmer Hill (1857–1929) of the New York City architectural firm of McKim, Mead, and White. The firm designed an identical office tower, the New York Life Building (Kansas City, Missouri), and was Omaha's first 10-story structure.

Control Services installed an integrated Building Automation and Access Control System providing single-seat operation of this eleven story law firm. Specialized applications include an atrium smoke control system, building access, elevator access control, closed circuit television monitors, digital video recording and parking garage entry.