Columbia Real Estate Update 9-27-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / SEPT. 27, 2011
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded $20 million to help train workers at South Carolina’s two-year technical colleges for new careers and provide job opportunities. The grant has been awarded to Florence-Darlington Technical College for the Accessible Support Services and Instruction for Sustainable Transition to Work program, which will be implemented by a consortium of community colleges and industry partners.
BB&T has opened a new financial center at 2101 Blossom Street in Columbia’s Five Points commercial area. The 4,200 square foot facility offers services including checking and savings accounts; business, personal and mortgage loans; safe deposit boxes, investment services; and insurance services. BB&T named Allison B. Rapp as financial center leader.
The conclusion supports the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s staff position that the latest changes won’t affect the unit’s safety.
The Army Corps of Engineers tabbed Cardno ENTRIX to complete the statement needed before issuance of wetlands permit.
Employees and officials with the Boeing Co. and All Nippon Airways gathered to celebrate the delivery of the aerospace company’s first 787 Dreamliner Monday in Everett, Wash.
The Gel Group Inc. has an opening for an analyst in training in its radiochemistry laboratory – liquid scintillation prep lab. The position for the Charleston-based company is responsible for support of various laboratory functions. The duties of this position represent routine procedures that are carried out independently. Learn more or apply here.
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