You’ve committed. You’re going to be proactive about your health. You’re determined to catch any issues before they become problems. You’re ready to deep-dive into your genetics to better understand your family history and potential future. You’re eager to learn more about nutrition and fitness, and start putting the same effort into aging well as […]
A new mixed-use development to include retail and multifamily with a 4,400-square-foot footprint has been proposed for the corner of Pendleton, Irvine, and Branwood streets in the Village of West Greenville.
The honorees — Bosch Rexroth, Greenville Health System, and Michelin North America — have given more than $2.9 million in combined gifts to the college over the years.
A team at Clemson University will receive $1.8 million over the next three years to develop virtual reality-based curriculum for robotics courses. Clemson is one of three agencies in the country to receive the grant from the Department of Defense’s Manufacturing Engineering Education Program, an initiative to support manufacturing and industry-related training in higher education […]
Durban Group from Charlotte, N.C., is proposing a multilevel hotel and restaurant development on the half-acre property near Fluor Field that is currently listed for $2.2 million.
Greenville Tech’s Center for Manufacturing Innovation already had some KUKA robots, but the partnership gives them four new, larger ones to keep during the duration of its partnership with KUKA. In return, KUKA now has a trainer based at the center to teach the company’s clients how to use the robots.
“In golf you always have three people watching you.” “I wouldn’t go swimming in my tuxedo or to a black-tie dinner in my swimsuit. Life is about variety. This is a variety of golf.” — “Isn’t it beautiful?” Davis Sezna is standing on a small elevation overlooking the carefully manicured swales and swells of the […]
By Robyn Grable, founder, Service to Civilian Every military occupation requires the same thing every civilian occupation requires – both technical and soft skills. Veterans have years of hands-on experience and years of training, which translates into skills. However, when they apply online and the application system asks if they have five years of industry experience, they […]
The Furnisses will retain the Market Street Charleston location. Other Caviar & Bananas restaurants under the new ownership are a second Charleston location as well as a location in the Charleston Airport. The Nashville location closed June 29.
Upstate Business Journal presents the next installment of Alpha Mode, its new digital feature that appears each month on upstatebusinessjournal.com in partnership with Manfred Gollent (QLI International LLC ) and Alex LaCasse (MTN LLC). — “At the core of every decision that impacts our society is leadership,” says Adela Mendoza. This month’s Alpha Mode, “Conversations with Next-Level […]
Caterpillar Inc. is opening a casting facility in Greenwood County which is projected to create 85 new jobs. An existing 103,000-square-foot facility was purchased by Caterpillar for its $13.5 million project. Located at 108 Corporate Court in Hodges, South Carolina, the new facility should come online in 2019. Interested applicants can visit www.caterpillar.com/en/careers for more […]
The Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute, an affiliate of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, is expanding at the Pelham Medical Center campus. Tindall Corporation will partner with Vannoy Construction in the expansion project. The two companies will work together to design and build the 198,000-square-foot facility addition and new pedestrian bridge, which is expected to […]
Milliken & Company planted six oak trees to celebrate six decades of the Roger Milliken Center, which is home to the manufacturer’s global headquarters and innovation center. Opening in 1958, Milliken’s Spartanburg campus has developed over 80 percent of Milliken’s accumulated U.S. patents. As a sign of commitment to the future and a representation of […]