Welcome to the June 1, 2016 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 19 No. 11

Briefs in this week's issue

Schemmer appoints Sinclair project architect in Lincoln

HDR selects Walbridge to head architectural studio in Lincoln

McLellan appointed to oversee DLR Group’s Healthcare Studio

Bock and Orr promoted to new positions with Swanson Russell

Aradius Group selects Bowden

Garner appoints Sackschewsky as its new chief nancial officer

Union Bank & Trust promotes Clare to commercial loans post

Rural Futures Institute appoints Kaskie, Hoffman to new posts

Special Sections:

• Building an Insurance Benefits Package

• Technology

HobbyTown USA forges strategic alliance to boost online presence
by Michelle Leach

Lincoln-based HobbyTown USA is evolving in a competitive environment with strategic alliances, such as that announced with AMain Performance Hobbies, an online hobby retailer.

D.A. Davidson & Co. acquires Smith Hayes to further expand presence
by Michelle Leach

As of late April, 31-year-old, Lincoln-based Smith Hayes has been acquired by 81-year-old, Montana-based D.A. Davidson & Co., leveraging its long-term partnerships to grow in other markets — first in Greater Nebraska and surrounding states where D.A. doesn’t have
a presence.

Nearly 20 years in, SouthPointe Pavilions still evolving with the times
by Dwain Hebda

Roughly 18 months out from its 20th anniversary, SouthPointe Pavilion continues to evolve to meet changing shopping habits, neighborhood development and consumer demands for service and amenities.

Various projects with long-term partners drives growth for Tetrad Property Group
by Michelle Leach

Leveraging varied delivery methods for a multitude of projects, Tetrad Property Group is adding personnel to meet demand.

Variety of venues around Lincoln offer customizable company outings
by Lee Nelson

The season of company picnics and outings is here, and planners are trying to gure out how to nd the right location to make it a success. The area has a variety of venues to choose from with plenty of amenities to keep people having fun.

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