AnMed Health starts $8.2 million addition

AnMed Health’s $8.3 million, 11,475-square-foot addition will include a larger canopy at the admitting entrance and two floors above it to accommodate future growth, a statement said. (Image provided)AnMed Health in Anderson is starting construction on an addition that will include new surgical space and change the face of the medical center. The project includes adding a three-story structure to the corner of the center closest to the visitor lobby. The 11,475-square-foot project includes a larger canopy at the admitting entrance and two floors above it to accommodate future growth. Read More...

The GSA Business Power Event Series focuses on topics of interest to the Upstate business community. Each event is a moderated panel discussion with panelists and audience members. Video clips from recent events:


  • Economic Prosperity - Key economic developers from the Upstate gathered to discuss their progress in getting outside companies to locate here.  (August 7th, 2014)

  • Taking Flight - Aerospace executives discussed one of the fastest growing industries in South Carolina.  (October 9th, 2014)

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ITT Corp. in Oconee County invests $1M in new test facility

ITT Corp. in Westminster is building a test facility for natural gas vehicle components. The $1 million project is part of a planned $2.5 million investment the White Plains, N.Y.-based company plans to make in the manufacturing operation over the next five years. Read More...

BorgWarner Inc. expands in Seneca

BorgWarner Inc. is leasing approximately 100,000 square feet of space at the Seneca Commerce Center on Shiloh Road in Seneca. The lease agreement gives BorgWarner a second location in the Seneca area. Read More...

Readers say travel plans unaffected by rising gas prices

Less than half of respondents to a GSA Business reader poll said they would be taking a road trip Memorial Day weekend, though almost two-thirds of readers said the rising cost of gasoline doesn’t affect their travel plans either way. The most popular plan for this weekend was kicking back and relaxing. Read More...

Ga. regulator turns down permit for Palmetto Pipeline

The Georgia Department of Transportation turned down Kinder Morgan’s request for a certificate of public convenience and necessity that it needed to build a pipeline carrying refined petroleum products from the Gulf of Mexico to Belton, and then along the S.C. border to Savannah and Jacksonville, Fla. Read More...


SCRA Technology Ventures accepts new companies into program

Charleston area Questis, Upstate-based Precision Genetics and Boyd Cycling and Clean Water Solutions in the Midlands were recently accepted as client companies. Columbia Mad Monkey Inc. and Performance Resource Partners, based in the Upstate, are now members of the Resource Partner Network. Read More...

Researcher’s hybrid battery work gets international attention

Simona Onori works in the Battery Aging and Characterization Lab at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research. (Photo provided)A Clemson University automotive researcher’s work developing algorithms that help hybrid cars decide when to run on gas and when to use battery power is getting more international attention. Simona Onori, an assistant automotive engineering professor who has been traveling the world, has been invited to Beijing to share what she knows. Read More...