Welcome to the April 19, 2019 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.

Portfolio of multi-sectors lifts RDG Planning & Design
by Richard D. Brown
By growing an increasingly strong portfolio of work in more than a dozen sectors, Omaha-based RDG Planning and Design has been able to weather the financial economic downturns of the past couple of decades.
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Centris selects center of service area for new headquarters site
by Richard D. Brown
With roots going back to the New Deal years, more than 102,000 members and assets topping $700 million, Centris Federal Credit Union President/ CEO Steve Swanstrom said it was only natural that the organization’s ownership committee would seek land for a new headquarters building near 132nd & Pacific streets in the bourgeoning Sterling Ridge development.
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Cassling navigates health care industry with enhanced imaging technology
by Becky McCarville
From a big picture perspective, market disruption impacts many aspects of health care, from the shift to value-based and outpatient-focused care to the use of big data sets to drive results, and artificial intelligence and technology that can help hospitals save money.
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GETconf brings equity in tech to the forefront with female lineup, facility
by Savannah Behrends
While “inclusive” and “diversity” have become hot topics in all industries, GETconf (Gender Equity Technology Conference) aims to make “equity” the biggest. Equity, not equality, is acknowledging that to even the playing field systemically underrepresented groups need more than just an “equal chance.”

Being blind never hindered Carver’s career at Outlook Nebraska
by Dwain Hebda
Rachel Carver may have been born blind, but she’s never let that stand in the way of what she’s wanted to do in life. It’s an attitude her parents instilled in her early on.


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Briefs in this week's issue

Farm Bureau Financial Services adds O’Connor to Omaha team

Lutz adds Strutzel as director for family services office team

Koley Jessen adds Herbers to banking, finance practice

Cushman & Wakefield/The Lund Co. names Stuch to directorship

C&A Industries hires Morgan for chief finance officer role

The University of Nebraska hires Andrews for directorship position

Lamp Rynearson selects McIntosh to lead the design group practice

Project Advocates names Herzog principal at the firm

E&A hires Dresser, Rothanzl returns

Chief Industries elects Frerichs to lead marketing, communications

Mutual of Omaha Bank promotes Froelick to chief risk officer role


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