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Clark Enersen Partners


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The Clark Enersen Partners is a Lincoln architecture firm that was founded in 1947 by Harvard classmates Ken Clark and Larry Enersen. Initially formed to work on housing developments, the firm went on to become one of Lincoln's biggest and most successful architectural partnerships.

Clark and Enersen expanded in the early 1950s by adding William Schlaebitz and Albert Hamersky, who served as head of design. Larry Enersen worked primarily as a landscape architect and the firm has a long tradition of work in parks, landscape, site development and urban design. In the 1960s engineers and planners joined the firm.

Albert Hamersky served as the lead architect on the design of the CY Thompson Library, which received an AIA Honor Award. Other important projects by the Clark Enersen Partners include St Elizabeth Community Health Center facility and grounds, Hastings High School, the Memorial Stadium Tom and Nancy Osborne complex, and many churches, libraries, and educational facilities.

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