The company is investing in a total of five individual projects within Lee County, bringing a collective capital investment of $100 million.
Greener is the first individual to be memorialized with a statue on the university’s central campus.
The unveiling marks the first day of classes at the Prysmian Group Academy, a hub for innovation that will welcome industry experts from around the world to South Carolina.
The new economic impact represents business activity for the calendar year 2016, which is up 4.7 percent from 2015.
Rigas said his vision is not just to oversee the daily operations of CU-ICAR but also to work closely with the industry and to listen what they have to say.
Dr. Luke Bonnett, a longtime Chapin resident, is expanding his healthcare practice to meet the growing needs of the town.
Midlands Technical College promotes diversity in many ways and reaches out to the minority communities through college programs, community partnerships, staff involvement, and special events.
Accelerator for America provides strategic support to replicate successful local initiatives in other communities, with a singular focus on initiatives that connect people with fulfilling work.
The Providence Health–Fairfield Emergency Room was designed by HMK Architects PLLC and will be constructed by HOOD Construction Company, Inc.
The Vehicle Assembly Center is a collaboration of CU-ICAR, Greenville Technical College, BMW Manufacturing, and Siemens.