Client Boys Town National Research Hospital

Lied Learning and Technology Center for Childhood Deafness and Vision Disorders

Omaha, Nebraska

Four decades after Father Flanagan started Boys Town, his successors extended his work with the Boys Town National Research Hospital (BTNRH) and, most recently, the Lied Learning and Technology Center for Childhood Deafness and Vision Disorders. At the heart of the Lied Learning and Technology Center is a new 40,000-SF facility designed around education, research, and information dissemination. The facility consists of research labs, an education, conference and distance learning center, technology classrooms, and staff offices with collaboration areas. Using videoconferencing, families throughout the nation can directly access and view outreach programs from expert speech, language, and hearing personnel that allow their deaf or hearing impaired children to participate from their homes.

At a glance

40,000 SF

Videoconferencing Center

Research Laboratory

Education Center

Technology Classrooms

Features

Citation Award for New Construction
American Institute of Architects Nebraska Chapter

Honor Award
American Institute of Architects Nebraska Chapter

Outstanding Design for Specialized Facilities
American School & University Architectural Portfolio

State of the Art Technology

Remote Access Therapy

Services

Architectural Design

Engineering

"From our perspective as owners, the Lied Learning and Technology Center defines excellence!"

12

month old children can receive cochlear implants.

Fact:

Boys Town was established by Father Flannigan in 1917.

100,000

visitors tour Boys Town each year.