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Student Mentoring Program

October 13, 2017

We Need You!

We are in need for mentors at Marrs Middle School, and Westside Middle School.
Please click here for more information.


Lamp Rynearson Elevates Pridal. Atkins, Wawers to Executive Positions

September 1, 2017

Four members of Lamp Rynearson’s senior leadership team have taken on new roles. Nancy Pridal, P.E. has been named President of the firm. She has been with Lamp Rynearson for 20 years. Pridal manages large projects for key clients and leads the firm’s strategic planning and organizational development initiatives. As President, Pridal will guide overall company strategy.

Chief Operating Officer Terry Atkins, P.E. will assess and lead corporate operational processes in all office locations. Atkins will lead IT and geomatics while maintaining involvement in Omaha projects. Brett Wawers, P.E. is the firm’s new Chief Financial Officer. Responsible for overall financial management of the firm, Wawer’s role will include increased responsibilities for all Lamp Rynearson offices and continued involvement in Omaha projects. Mike McMeekin, P.E., former President, will become Chairman of the Board of Directors and remain an influential member of the executive team.


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Nancy Pridal, P.E., President

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Terry Atkins, P.E., Chief Operating Officer

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Brett Wawers, P.E., Chief Financial Officer

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Mike McMeekin, P.E., Chairman of the Board of Directors


Lamp Rynearson is a professional engineering and surveying services firm with headquarters in the greater Omaha area since 1959. The firm has 165 employees, with office locations in Omaha, Nebraska; Kansas City, Missouri; Fort Collins, Colorado; and Lakewood Colorado.


Mentor-Protégé and Joint Venture Retreat

Friday, February 10, 2017

These partnerships always sound like a good idea, but they're hard for small businesses to achieve. The goal of this retreat is to empower small businesses with the tools they need to actually make these partnerships happen.

Large business mentors will share their experience with Large-Small Business Partnerships, including:

  • Is a Mentor-Protégé or Joint Venture partnership better?
  • How do you find business partners?
  • What are the first steps? 
  • What rules do you need to follow?
  • And many more Lessons Learned.

Hear from firms with been there, done that experience. Our panel members firms from all major fields, including engineering, architecture and general contracting firms. The Small Business Administration will also present and be available to answer questions.

Location: UNO Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center

Questions? Please contact:
Dan Taylor
Omaha Post Small Business Liaison Officer
dantaylor@amienvironmental.com

Large-Small Business Mentorship Roundtable Discussion

Thursday, October 20, 2016

The Small Business Council held a Large-Small Business Mentorship Roundtable Discussion on Oct. 20th, 2016.

Three large business members shared feedback to help small business members increase partnership opportunities and offered feedback on how to make their business a more appealing small business partner. The roundtables featured a break out session with small groups so attendees could discuss and connect with large business representatives regarding their concerns.

The event took place from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at Mammel Hall, Room 302 on UNO's Campus at 6708 Pine Street, Omaha, NE 68182 (Google Maps http://bit.ly/2ceGwqd).

Following the event at 5 p.m., was a social hour at DJ's Dugout in Aksarben Village.

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From left to right:
Tim Dayhuff, Warren Digman, Veronica Doga, Jay Kline, & Brandon Sire

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From left to right:
Tom Svoboda, David Holtzclaw, Harold Sargus, & Steve Cox

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From left to right:
Jay Kline and Time Dayhuff

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From left to right:
Ryan Bentley, Joe Popelka, Babara Tozser, Hubert Carter, Sara Mechtenberg, & Randy Petersen