Posts Tagged ‘expansions’

Committee members get plans for Isle-Biloxi renovations, expansion

BILOXI — The Biloxi Development Review Committee has received plans from Golden Nugget officials for a $150 million remodel and expansion of the Isle Casino Biloxi. Attorney Britt Singletary said yesterday the sale of the casino resort in East Biloxi could be completed in July. Singletary says the Isle won’t be rebranded the Golden Nugget […] [...]

Delta Fuel expanding in-state footprint, planning to leave Louisiana

NATCHEZ — Two long-time Miss-Lou oil distributors have recently been bought out, but one of the buyers is expanding its market share in Mississippi and making plans to move out of Louisiana. Delta Fuel Co. Inc. recently bought the wholesale side of Independent Oil and Coal Co., and has leased the bulk plant of Cloutier […] [...]

Metropolitan Bank opens another Memphis office

RIDGELAND — The Metropolitan Bank has opened its second Memphis, Tenn., office, located at 5264 Poplar Avenue in East Memphis. The new office, for which Metropolitan announced plans in July, will serve as an anchor for its professional and medical banking team, led by Holly Bronson, and the bank’s commercial banking team, led by Scott […] [...]

Southern Motion expanding into Baldwyn

BALDWYN — Southern Motion, a reclining furniture manufacturer is expanding into Baldwyn in Prentiss County where it will manufacture a new line of upholstered recliners. The company is locating into the 192,500-square-foot building formerly occupied by ForeFront Golf. The expansion represents a company investment of $3 million and will create 150 new jobs over the […] [...]

Magnolia opens new office, acquires Advantage

FLOWOOD — Magnolia State Bank has opened its new location in Flowood, and has completed the acquisition of Advantage Mortgage Corp. The new mortgage division is set to open Nov. 1 as Advantage Mortgage, A Division of Magnolia State Bank. The office is located at 437 Katherine Drive and will house seven employees. The location […] [...]

Hospital to break ground for final expansion phase

by Published: October 3,2011

Tags: construction, expansions, healthcare, hospitals, medicine

FAYETTE — A groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of Jefferson County Hospital is scheduled for Wednesday in Fayette. Hospital CEO Jerry Kennedy tells the Natchez Democrat the expansion is the last phase of renovations that began five or six years ago. Kennedy says the expansion will include a new emergency room, X-ray and diagnostics lab, […] [...]

Magnolia Regional gets CON to add more beds

CORINTH — Magnolia Regional Health Center has received certificate of need (CON) authority for the addition of 36 acute care beds. This addition will increase the total number of licensed acute care beds at the hospital to 181. The total capital expenditure for this project is $499,500. [...]

Grenada Stamping plans another plant expansion

GRENADA — Grenada Stamping and Assembly, supplier of parts to the appliance, automotive, HVAC/R and off-highway markets, is expanding its operations in Grenada to accommodate the rapid growth of its solar panel-related stamping business. The project represents a company investment of $500,000 and will create 50 new jobs, according to the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA). […] [...]

AT&T unveils expansion plans in Mississippi

by Published: August 9,2011

Tags: expansions, telecommunications

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — AT&T continues its ongoing investment in Mississippi with local wireless network enhancements, including expanded backhaul to enable 4G speeds, increased mobile broadband capacity and new and upgraded cell sites. The improvements plans are part of AT&T’s plan to invest in the $20-billion range in its wireless and wireline networks in 2011. From […] [...]

Enerfab to occupy former Dynasteel facility

by Published: August 9,2011

Tags: expansions, jobs, manufacturing, mergers and acquisitions

NATCHEZ — Enerfab, an equipment manufacturing firm with design and build capabilities serving the process industries, will begin manufacturing operations in Natchez and plans to expand production capabilities at the facility formerly operated by Dynasteel. Enerfab’s new Natchez location, which will be known as Enersteel, will retain much of Dynasteel’s existing workforce, and the company […] [...]

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