A topping out was held in the GSP terminal’s Grand Hall Friday afternoon.
The lifting of the final highest piece of steel to be erected at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is part of the four-year $122 million terminal improvement plan.
What will be the largest speculative industrial facility ever built in Greer is breaking ground at Velocity Park.
Beacon Partners and Cullum Interests are partnering on a 240,020-square-foot venture at 545 Brookshire Road with a completion date set for January 2016.
Airport Revenue News (ARN) has announced Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) President and CEO David N. Edwards Jr. as its 2015 Director of the Year in the small airports category.
ARN reported Edwards was chosen by its editorial staff for his work in improving GSP and his continued efforts in advancing the aviation industry.
Greer is losing a manufacturer to Roebuck reportedly because of that area’s low property cost and no zoning.
King Automation, an industrial automation engineering company, will leave its Greer location at 113 Runion Road, adjacent to Greenville-Spartanburg, to move into a vacant and larger, 80,000-square-foot warehouse in Roebuck. The company will invest $40 million and expects to add 80 jobs over the next five years.