Edward Zorinsky Federal Building
Housing about 1,200 federal workers, the 432,000 square foot Edward Zorinsky Federal Building is named for the late Edward Zorinsky, a former Omaha mayor and U.S. Senator from Nebraska.
Design and energy-saving features of the building include a three-story atrium and a four-foot-wide daylight corridor around the perimeter of the operating levels. These areas allow the building’s workers ample access to natural sunlight. In addition, exterior lighting shelves reflect light into the building’s core at the ceiling level, while exterior light louvers control excess light and glare from entering the building.
The Zorinsky Federal Building provides top-tier office space, energy-efficient operations, security for employees, and structural durability for the next 50 years and beyond.
For facility-related questions, please contact the Nebraska Field Office at (402) 221-4725.
Building Namesake: Nebraska Senator, Edward Zorinsky
11/11/1928 — 03/06/1987
Zorinsky graduated from the University of Nebraska in '49 and did graduate work at Harvard University. He worked in the wholesale tobacco and candy business post graduation, becoming mayor of Omaha, NE in 1973. He held a variety of elected and appointed governmental/public posts, becoming a United States Senator (Dem) in 1976, fullfiling the vacated seat of Senator Roman L. Hruska. Zorinsky served in the Senate until his death in 1987.
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