Lueder in the news

Lueder Construction is currently working on a number of large and visible projects in the Omaha metro. From the renovation of the original Woodmen of the World building into the Peregrine Hotel downtown, to the Blackstone Hotel in the  thriving Blackstone District, to the new BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover and Mini Dealership in the Heartland Preserve (Boys Town) development, we have the town pretty well covered. We also have school projects for OPS, Bellevue, Elkhorn and Gretna on the books and are pleased to be working with each of those important clients.

Lueder’s varied work around town is an indication of a very positive and growing marketplace. We’ve been intentional about pursuing both public and private work, a recipe that has worked well for us for many years.  Lueder was founded in 1884 as a small masonry business. Today we one of the top construction managers in the region.

Effects of pandemic drive what clients look for in design features, how builders procure supplies

Lueder Construction has remained busy, most recently, with the completion of larger multi-family complexes, an expanded senior living facility, church expansions, and several retail and office renovations and additions. “We …

Digital twinning creates new possibilities across industries

There’s much to be said about “digital twinning” and its applications, according to local professionals. Keith Fix, CEO at Retail Aware, said digital twinning, which is the process of creating …

Lueder Construction Unveils New Brand for Next Generation

Omaha, Nebraska: November 25, 2019 For immediate release >> Lueder Construction unveiled today their new brand for the next generation of the company. Founded 135 years ago as the A.C. …

In the Spotlight: Lueder Construction Names Kennedy Chief Operating Officer

Lueder Construction has announced that Alan B. Kennedy has been named Chief Operating Officer. Kennedy comes to Lueder with 26 years of experience in operational excellence, financial management, construction management, …

Renovation, reuse of Omaha buildings a trend that isn’t going away anytime soon

November 22, 2019 When it comes to renovating an older building for a new use, it can sometimes be hard to picture the outcome. However, experts say that salvaging history …