OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – The RiverFront Revitalization Project will be gaining an 82,000 square-foot attraction dedicated to science, technology, and math.
The proposed science center will be a learning and entertainment attraction with a focus on STEM-inspired activities.
A release from the Omaha Discovery Trust program states, “The building will reflect the area’s rich heritage of discovery, design, engineering, and construction and help position Omaha as a must-see city, as well as attract economic development.”
The new center will be situated between the children’s playground area and the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge.
“We believe this innovative community space will have a powerful and lasting influence on fueling our city’s workforce development,” said Bruce Grewcock, Kiewit chairman and founding member of the project. “The science center will help us nurture a…