Columbia Real Estate Update 5-18-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / MAY 18, 2011
The Port of Charleston will receive a federal commitment of $150,000 through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to begin a post-45 deepening study, Sixth District Congressman and House Assistant Democratic Leader James E. Clyburn said Tuesday.
Henry Moree of Society Hill and a group of investors are acquiring Riverside Pump Manufacturing, a manufacturer of agriculture, construction and water pumps. Moree said Riverside Pumps' manufacturing jobs will remain in South Carolina.
The global provider of facility and logistic support services for government and commercial institutions reached a tentative financial restructuring agreement with its major senior debt holder, Trafalgar Capital Specialized Investment Fund of Luxembourg.
Tripp Bradley and Craig Waites of Colliers International brokered the sale of 1.4 acres at Broad River Road and Woodrow Street in Irmo, for use as a Hickory Point Convenience Store.
NAI Avant’s Office Leasing Team recently completed a lease expansion and renewal for Alliance Consulting Engineer’s headquarters office at 1201 Main St. in Columbia.
Liberty Mutual is looking to hire a sales representative in Columbia. The full-time position entails selling auto, home and life insurance on a base salary, plus commission. As a direct employee, licensing and training will be paid by Liberty Mutual. Benefits include a 401(k) and a company-paid pension plan. Learn more or apply here.
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