NebraskaOffice McCarthy building new local office in Omaha May 6, 2019 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. and development partner Tetrad Property Group, LLC, will break ground May 8 on a new office building and warehouse in Omaha that will serve as the national construction company’s new local office location. Since establishing a full-service Omaha office in 2007, McCarthy has continued to build its local presence and reputation for delivering complex, challenging projects across a wide variety of market sectors and project types. The company is currently overseeing more than $200 million in construction work throughout Nebraska. Situated at the intersection of 132nd Street and I Street in West Omaha, the 15,000-square-foot industrial-flex office development will include a single-story office building, warehouse and adjacent construction yard. The new office will enable McCarthy to expand its services to clients within the company’s core markets of Healthcare, Education, Advanced Technology & Manufacturing, Commercial, Arts & Entertainment and Industrial projects. “We’re thrilled to expand our Omaha presence and reinforce our commitment to our employees, clients and industry partners throughout the region,” said McCarthy Vice President and Omaha Office Leader Ryan Sawall. The office will include high-tech conference facilities and flexible gathering spaces, encouraging collaborative work among employees, clients and industry partners. The adjacent, climate-controlled warehouse will accommodate the delivery and short-term onsite storage of construction materials, as well as space for pre-assembly of building components. This flexible, multi-purpose warehouse environment will also be available to host a range of employee training sessions, client and partner appreciation events and other community gatherings. An adjacent patio will extend the gathering space outdoors. Other project partners will include DLR Group (architecture and engineering) and Thiele Geotech (geotechnical services and materials testing). Construction is expected to be completed by December 2019.