COVID-19 Halts Construction on $200M Anchor Project at Heartwood Preserve in Omaha

October 26, 2020
Star-Herald - Engineering News-Record

Construction is about to stall on a roughly $200 million anchor office project at the Heartwood Preserve site, in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
California -based Applied Underwriters, a national workers' compensation insurer, confirmed that it is suspending construction temporarily in part to "protect" workers and suppliers involved in building its new office complex on a 50-acre stretch southwest of 144th and Pacific Streets .

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