Client Tetrad Property Group

BlueCross Centre

Omaha, Nebraska

BlueCross BlueShield of Nebraska wanted to consolidate operations from three different buildings into a single campus headquarters. The primary goal was to provide a flexible, pleasant working environment to complement human needs and activities, while considering future workspace requirements. The consolidated campus headquarters facility satisfied operational requirements and redefined the way business was conducted by implementing collaborative group spaces on each floor, and strategically placed small work group spaces.

Interior finishes and furniture were selected to create a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. The design included open and private offices, conference rooms, education and training areas, reception and waiting areas, support spaces, break rooms, a cafeteria, a wellness center, and employee lounges. The campus site also includes a 1,195-space, three-story parking garage, and surface parking for 240 cars. The facility achieved LEED Silver certification through the use of lighting, efficient mechanical systems, and the use of local building materials.

At a glance

316,000 SF

1,195 Space Three-Story Parking Garage

240 Space Surface Parking

LEED Silver Certification

Office Spaces

Break Rooms

Wellness Center


Conference Rooms


Honorable Mention, New Construction-Buildings Over $15 Million
Association of General Contractors-Nebraska Building Chapter

Award of Merit, Energy and Environmental Category
IES Illumination

Silver Award, Contract-Corporate
American Society of Interior Designers, NE/IA Chapter


Architectural Design

Engineering: Mechanical, Electrical, Structural, Civil, Fire Protection/Safety

Interior Design

Furnishings, Fixtures and Equipment

Contract Administration

"I have enjoyed working with the entire LEO A DALY Team and truly appreciate their alliance to produce solutions that serve in the best interest of their client." 


million people rely on Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies for healthcare coverage.


The highest rate of those without health insurance is in Texas; the lowest is in Massachusetts.


percent of people had health insurance in America for at least part of 2013.