Welcome to the August 15, 2016 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 19 No. 16

Briefs in this week's issue

Swanson Russell selects Giusto, Honnens and Koenig in Lincoln

Nebraska Families Collaborative selects Ewing to new VP post

Central Community College taps Kemnitz to serve as president

LUX Center for the Arts names Kriz, Shaw to director positions

U.S. Cellular names Adams and Cochran to director of sales roles

P&L adds Buirst, Sullivan to staff

Krehbiel appointed head of the UNL animal science department

Special Sections:

• Banking

Olsson executes growth through acquisition strategy
by Dwain Hebda

Olsson Associates’ purchase of engineering firm Lutjen, Inc. and Tri-State Engineering this summer did more than solidify the Lincoln-based company’s position in these firms’ market areas. It also provided a blueprint for additional growth through acquisition.

Seldin Co. nears 20,000 apartment units with expansion into Lincoln
by Richard D. Brown

In recent years the Seldin Co., an Omaha-based multi-family housing management firm with more than 17,000 apartment homes across eight states in its portfolio, has made a concerted move into the Lincoln market where it now has multiple properties and about 500 units.

Cowboy Chicken plans to expand throughout Nebraska
by David Kubicek

After opening the first Cowboy Chicken franchise outside of Texas at 2801 Pine Lake Road in Lincoln, November 2015, the owners have seen steady growth in sales, and they have chartered an ambitious plan for expansion over the next five years, according to co-owner Joe Armstrong.

Corporate design trends include smaller spaces, multiple materials
by Lee Nelson

Every corporate design project has a different concept and design intent.

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