Welcome to the April 2018 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 21 No. 4

Briefs in this week's issue

• Huffman Engineering appoints Dodendorf, Benson to team

• Security First Bank adds Kozisek

• Union Bank & Trust names Fosdick vice president, residental mortgage

• Bland promotes Goodwin, McMahon, Peterson, Johnson, Lerdahl

• Lutz Tech adds Wade as manager

• Grafton & Associates appoints Meduna as its new shareholder

• The Salvation Army Western Division appoints Andrews

• FES appoints Landis to corporate communications director in Lincoln

Special Sections:

• Lincoln Real Estate

• Insurance

• Banking

Erickson Sullivan Architects finding ready market for its Foodlines services
by Dwain Hebda

Erickson Sullivan Architects’ Foodlines, a specialty division targeting food service clients, has been around since 1985, yet still remains one of the few firms to provide such expertise. This has the Lincoln-based architecture and interior design firm in high demand and thinking about expansion.

New owners of The Printer invest in technology, equipment and innovation
by Becky McCarville

Even at the age of 10, Brad Moon knew he wanted to be a printer. He hung out with his dad on the weekends, who was helping out at a print shop at the time. On an old piece of paper recently found by his mom, he had listed the specific machines he wanted in his shop.

Cooper & Co. creates shopping experience, expands inventory and design services
by Becky McCarville

Born out of a need for more space for larger furniture items and expanding design services, Diane Cooper started Cooper and Co. with daughters Shane Olson and Natalie Cooper in February 2015 in a little white house on Cooper Ave., two blocks from the Basket Bunch, a gift basket shop she started in 1999.

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