AEI Forum

Omaha, Nebraska | April 4–6, 2018


Founded in 1854, the city of Omaha has always been a dynamic, energetic city continually transforming itself.

Whether it was the Native American Indian tribes, pioneers, railroad laborers or meat packers, everyone who came to call Omaha home helped shape its current cultural diversity, hard work ethic and friendly demeanor. Named after an American Indian Tribe, Omaha means "Those going against the wind or current", Omahans proudly continue to live up to the name.

In recent years, the Omaha riverfront and downtown area have experienced tremendous growth with over $2 billion in new development. A one-of-a-kind $22 million pedestrian bridge S-curves its way across the Missouri River, the signature, cable-stayed Bob Kerrey Bridge is one of the longest pedestrian bridge projects ever constructed, giving Omaha visitors a breathtaking view of the ever changing skyline.

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Durham School at the Peter Kiewit Institute

AEI Forum takes place at the following facilities:

Scott Conference Center
6450 Pine Street
Omaha, NE 68106

The Durham School
The Peter Kiewit Institute
1110 S. 67th Street
Omaha, NE 68182

Official hotels of AEI Forum:

Residence Inn Omaha Aksarben Village
1717 South 67th Street
Omaha  NE  68106

Courtyard by Marriott Omaha Aksarben Village
1625 S 67th Street
Omaha, NE 68106

Important Dates

Mar 21
Online Registration Ends
Mar 21
Hotel booking deadline
Apr 4
Onsite Registration starts
Apr 4
AEI Forum starts


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