Columbia Real Estate Update 10-11-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES | OCT. 11, 2011
The hearing will be SCE&G’s final step to receive a combined construction and operating license to build two, 1,100-megawatt reactor units at its nuclear plant in Jenkinsville. Santee Cooper is partnering with SCE&G on the $9.8 billion project.
The gift from General Atomics will be matched with $3 million from the state to start the center in the university’s College of Engineering and Computing.
BlueChoice HealthPlan is offering 10 new insurance plans for small businesses, the company announced today. The new offerings include a range of employee deductibles and copayment amounts, three high-deductible health plans, and some lower-cost options.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce named House Majority Leader Kenny Bingham as its 2011 Public Servant of the Year.
Sonoco-Alcore Sarl, a subsidiary of Hartsville, S.C.-based packaging giant Sonoco, announced the opening of a new manufacturing facility for paper and packaging products in Grünsfeld, Germany.
The Gel Group Inc. is seeking a laboratory analyst in Charleston. The fulltime position requires experience with analytical instrumentation and method development on GC, GC/MS, and HPLC. The qualified candidate works independently with minimal supervision and has the ability to solve problems of method and instrumentation. Learn more or apply here.
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