Online platform bridges gap between emerging talent in Charleston-Metro and opportunities within advanced manufacturing
December 16, 2016 11:45 AM Eastern Standard Time
CHARLESTON, S.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In an effort to help the Tri-County Region create and retain a qualified talent pipeline for its booming aerospace industry, Boeing South Carolina has again teamed up with Charleston-based STEM Premier. STEM Premier enables colleges and companies like Boeing to proactively identify talent, ages 13+, and directly connect with them to create awareness of opportunities and careers within their organization. Continue reading “Boeing South Carolina Aims to Connect with Regional Talent Through STEM Premier”
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New development will result in at least $120 million of new investment in Lowcountry
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Evonik Corporation, a German chemical manufacturing company, is launching new operations in Berkeley County. The project will result in at least $120 million of new capital investment and the creation of more than 50 jobs. Continue reading “Evonik Corporation launching manufacturing operations in Berkeley County”
Energy efficiency, patient convenience and the ability to expand in the future were the three biggest factors shaping the layout of the new Roper St. Francis Berkeley Hospital campus.
Roper St. Francis officials have approved the site plan and are moving forward with the buildings’ design. Continue reading “Growth, energy efficiency, patient convenience drive campus design for new Roper St. Francis Berkeley Hospital”
Summerville, S.C. (PRWEB) October 13, 2016
Nexton has added even more diversity to their mix of home styles with new townhomes being introduced on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Each of the townhome styles featured in the Parkside Collection offers two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Townhomes range from 1,420 to 1,527 square feet, and include luxe touches like screened-in porches, large walk-in closets and foyers featuring powder rooms. Prices start in the low $200,000s. Continue reading “Nexton Launching New Townhome Styles”
Charleston, South Carolina (PRWEB) July 29, 2016
With the first neighborhood in Carnes Crossroads nearly sold out, new roads, lakes, parks and trails are coming together to form St. James Park, the second of many neighborhoods planned for this emerging master planned community from the Daniel Island Company. Homes by all five builders at Carnes Crossroads – Ashton Woods, David Weekley Homes, John Wieland Homes, Sabal Homes and Eastwood Homes – will be available in St. James Park, and some new home plans will be introduced.
“Now that we have our first neighborhood nearly complete and our streets have come alive with residents of all ages, the appeal of our community is really starting to become apparent to potential new residents,” said Chuck Buck, Broker-in-Charge at Carnes Crossroads Real Estate, which represents all new homes for sale within the community. “We’ve had people move here from across the country and are excited to soon have additional options for the many people interested in our growing community.” Continue reading “Charleston’s Growing Master Planned Community of Carnes Crossroads Introduces New Neighborhood”
Nexton, South Carolina’s first gigabit community, sells 100 homes in first year
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (PRWEB) July 18, 2016
The state’s first gigabit community, opened in Spring 2015, and sales at Nexton have been as supercharged as the internet speeds.
Earlier this week, Nexton (http://www.nexton.com) celebrated the sale of its 100th home, confirming that the marketplace demands what the community delivers: a tech-friendly neighborhood with a new school within walking distance, move-in ready homes, a network of trails and a vibrant social scene focused around the community pool. All with easy access to major commuting centers, area businesses and the greater Charleston region. Continue reading “Nexton Achieves Major Milestone: 100 Homes Sold in Innovative, Connected Community”
(ROCKLEIGH, NJ – May 11, 2015) Volvo Cars has chosen Berkeley County, South Carolina as the location of its first American factory, investing up to $500 Million in a facility with a capacity to initially produce up to 100,000 cars per year.
The Berkeley County factory, located outside of Charleston, will make latest generation Volvo models for sale in the United States and for export. Construction will begin in early autumn 2015, with the first vehicles expected to roll off the assembly line in 2018.
Continue reading “Volvo Cars selects South Carolina for its first American factory”