Lenexa approves millions in public finance incentives for new Kiewit headquarters

Renderings of the new headquarters building by HO+K Architects.

The Lenexa City Council approved Omaha-based construction and engineering company Kiewit Corp.’s requested public finance incentives for the planned $50 million regional-headquarters project in City Center, which will consolidate about 1,200 of its local employees into one campus.

The project includes a roughly 182,000-square-foot, six-story office building to be built on an undeveloped parcel at the southeast corner of Penrose Lane and West 88th Terrace, and expansion of an existing two-level parking garage. The development agreement with the city requires Kiewit to start construction by Aug. 31 and finish it by Jan. 1, 2020. JE Dunn is the project’s general contractor.