Posts Tagged ‘expansion’

Acco Brands investing $1.6M, adding 162 workers

BOONEVILLE — Acco Brands will add a 162-employee call center at its Booneville factory and distribution center. The company announced the $1.6 million investment yesterday. The state of Mississippi will give Acco $150,000 to modify a building, and the Tennessee Valley Authority will also assist. The company, based in Lake Zurich, Ill., makes office supplies […] [...]

The First opening loan office in Baton Rouge

HATTIESBURG — The First Bancshares Inc., holding company for The First, A National Banking Association, is opening of a new loan production office in Baton Rouge, La. M. Ray “Hoppy” Cole, president and CEO of First Bancshares and The First, said, “We are excited to gain a larger presence in Louisiana with the entry into […] [...]

Ceremony to be held for expansion of SMART system

STARKVILLE — A ceremony is being held today for expanding the Starkville-Mississippi State University Area Rapid Transit system. The ceremony is being held at the Palmeiro Center on the Mississippi State campus. Mississippi State president Mark Keenum says in a news release that the new service represents an expansion of an earlier shuttle system that […] [...]

Butler Snow expands Alabama presence; adds 19 attorneys

RIDGELAND — Butler Snow has expanded its Birmingham, Ala., office as 19 attorneys join the firm, bringing the total number of attorneys in Birmingham to 24 and nearly 280 firm-wide. “We are pleased to have this group of attorneys join us in Birmingham, one of our strategic growth markets,” said Donald Clark Jr., chairman, Butler […] [...]

Butler Snow expands practice group, adds attorneys

RIDGELAND — Butler Snow has expanded its Public Finance, Tax Incentives and Credit Markets Practice Group as five attorneys join the firm in Denver and four join in Atlanta and Macon, Ga. “Butler Snow has placed a high level of importance on building a public finance practice with a national footprint,” said Donald Clark Jr., […] [...]

Memorial Hospital launches major expansion

GULFPORT — Memorial Hospital at Gulfport held the Main Patient Tower expansion construction launch and tours of new model rooms yesterday. The Main Patient Tower expansion will add two new floors and larger, modern patient rooms. The new modern rooms will be nearly 50 percent larger than current patient rooms, and will provide flexibility for […] [...]

Law firm opens office on Broadway in New York

RIDGELAND — Butler Snow has expanded into New York, and Stanford G. Ladner has joined the firm. Ladner joins recent addition David M. Cohen, a member of the firm’s Product Liability, Mass Tort and Environmental Group. Ladner is a member of the firm’s Public Finance, Tax Incentives and Credit Markets Group. His practice focuses on […] [...]

California company moving some production to state

SHANNON — General Atomics is relocating some product lines from its Electromagnetic Systems Group to Shannon. The company and Gov. Phil Bryant made the announcement today in Shannon. Bryant says in a news release that the relocation represents an $11 million investment by General Atomics and will create 80 new jobs. The relocated product lines […] [...]

After a decade-plus of planning, hospital expansion gets underway

GULFPORT — The first of two cranes went up this week to start construction on the first phase of the Main Patient Tower expansion at Gulfport Memorial Hospital. The entire project will cost $50 million. It will create floors six and seven on the main patient tower and bring with it 96 modern patient rooms. […] [...]

Industrial Timber expanding plants in two cities

SHANNON and RIPLEY — Industrial Timber, a manufacturer of wood furniture frames, is expanding operations at its facilities in Shannon and Ripley. The company announced that the expansions represent a $1.5-million corporate investment and will create 80 new jobs. Industrial Timber says it is adding a new manufacturing line at both facilities to meet the […] [...]

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