When Delta Dental of Kansas moved into its 42,000-square-foot building at the Waterfront in 2006, it left about 7,500 square feet of space unfinished. Now, Delta CEO Mike Herbert said the company is considering finishing a portion of that unused space to handle existing and future employment growth.
When Delta Dental of Kansas moved into its 42,000-square-foot building at the Waterfront in 2006, it left about 7,500 square feet of space unfinished. Now, Delta CEO Mike Herbert said the company is considering finishing a portion of that unused space to handle existing and future employment growth. File photo The Wichita Eagle
When Delta Dental of Kansas moved into its 42,000-square-foot building at the Waterfront in 2006, it left about 7,500 square feet of space unfinished. Now, Delta CEO Mike Herbert said the company is considering finishing a portion of that unused space to handle existing and future employment growth. File photo The Wichita Eagle

Delta Dental officials consider adding office space for existing, future growth

September 05, 2014 7:55 AM

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