Welcome to the September 24, 2021 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Alley Poyner Macchietto invests in project diversification
by Richard D. Brown Omaha-based Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture differentiates itself in at least two significant ways: 10 of its 66 employees have college degrees in design and the credentials and industry experience of those professions are used to apply advanced and industry-creative design concepts to a deliberately diverse portfolio of projects ranging from a renovation and expansion at Joslyn Art Museum to a new headquarters for Core Bank and upgrades for dozens of its not-for-profit clients.
New Horizons Enterprises aims for growth in new service areas
by Brooke Strickland New Horizons Enterprises was founded 14 years ago by Stephanie Isaacson, a Norfolk native and graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her goal was to create a company that would include comprehensive services in environmental management, contracting, and interior and exterior demolition. Offering testing, surveys, inspections to identify environmental problems and remediation services that remove harmful chemical substances, the company is looking to expand its reach and service offerings.
Kracher spends career pushing business ethics to the forefront
by Dwain Hebda When Dr. Beverly Kracher began work to establish the Business Ethics Alliance, there were more than a few who wondered why such an organization was needed. This is Nebraska, they reasoned, where we know how to do the right thing.