Welcome to the July 20, 2018 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 44 No. 29

Briefs in this week's issue

• Harry A. Koch promotes seven to new leadership position

• Marr, Thapar join First National Technology Solutions in Omaha

• NP Dodge selects Anderson, Rockette, Owen and Eurich

• Cramer appointed chief legal officer for Nebraska Medicine

• Creighton University taps Madsen as new executive vice president

Special Sections:

• Lincoln Business Journal

• Lincoln Growth Report


• Event Planning

School renovations spur activity for McCarthy Building Cos.
by Richard D. Brown

Large renovation projects at Beveridge Magnet School and Norris Middle School — easily the most thorough upgrades in the two 50-some-year-old buildings — have helped McCarthy, a 154-year-old general contractor with 16 offices around the nation, diversify its work portfolio in Omaha, which previously had been centered on health care projects.

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Elman and Co. diversifies project capabilities with new equipment

by Michelle Leach


Forty-one-year-old Elman and Co. has invested in nine new pieces of equipment in the past 18 months while leveraging the experience of a team who, in the case of some managers, have been with the full-service print solutions business since the beginning to meet clients’ increasingly compressed timeframes.
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WELLCOM poised to expand presence in Iowa; grow consulting, virtual services

by Michelle Leach


Now in its 36th year, Oma- ha-based WELLCOM has retained its founding members — growing alongside their wellness efforts — while, notably, expanding its footprint in recent years to Iowa.
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Redstone Communications Group leverages experience, invests in data

by Savannah Behrends

In the early 1900s entrepreneur John Wanamaker said, “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is, I don’t know which half.”

Variety, daily learning, community service drive ACI’s Shelly Marsh

by Dwain Hebda

“Variety” isn’t a term people generally assign to accounting, but that’s exactly what Shelly Marsh lists as one of her job’s perks as vice president of tax, Americas Region for ACI Worldwide.


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