Charleston's Luxury Construction recently added architect John Howard Williams to its team.
Officials from Charleston, South Carolina-based Barnwell Whaley law firm have recently announced the promotion of Barbara Wagner, Ph.D., to special counsel.
Ziff spends $8.150 million on Matthews Festival Shopping Center in North Carolina
Charleston-based J Musselman Construction, Inc. recently welcomed Tom Newmister to its team as a project superintendent.
Vets4Energy chairman says current ban is "ludicrous."
Jim Johnson has accepted the job of director for the South Carolina State University region of the South Carolina Small Business Development Centers.
Having been purchased last year, Thornhill Farm in McClellenville will be forever preserved through a conservation easement. The farm was purchased using funds from the Charleston County Greenbelt Board and the South Carolina Conservation Bank.
'Site Selection' magazine honor awarded to best utility economic development teams.
50-room luxury hotel was a joint venture of Kessler Meeting Street and Xenia Hotels.
Charleston ambulance transportation company adds Sunday service
The 14th annual Health Empowerment Tour, sponsored by IMARA Woman magazine and presented by Select Health of South Carolina and AmeriHealth Caritas Partnership, is set for Sept. 12.
Third-party logistics provider Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is investing $565,000 to establish a Columbia facility that officials expect will create 100 jobs over the next five years.
After one quarter in operation, the Internet-based child care company NannyPod continues to grow rapidly, hiring 20 new employees.
United Community Banks completed its merger with Palmetto Bancshares and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Palmetto Bank, on Tuesday.The merger effectively increases United's presence in the Greenville and upstate South Carolina regions.
Regional IT services company EDTS recently welcomed new account executive John "Parker" Diabo to its team.
Avtec Inc. of Lexington, South Carolina, a provider of pure Internet Protocol dispatch console systems for Radio over Internet Protocol and telephony applications, recently welcomed John Rosati as its senior vice president of sales.
The keynote speaker at the Sept. 29 Green is Good for Business Conference in Columbia will be Dr. Michael Lynch, NASCAR's vice president for green innovation.
Late last week, Columbia mayor Steve Benjamin, with the support of the City Council, issued a proclamation making Columbia the latest South Carolina community to become a part of the Solarize South Carolina Campaign, a statewide residential solar power initiative and community outreach program aimed at urging residents to go solar and thus save on electricity costs.
Taking into consideration the continuing growth of the Charleston area, coupled with the increasing congestion on Highway 61 and Interstate 26, members of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce have been vocal about their opinion that the completion of the Glenn McConnell Parkway is one of the region's most pressing infrastructure needs.