The aerospace company announced its leading sponsorship of Clemsonâ€™s 2021 Men of Color National Summit today, support of Call Me Mister graduates through a workforce development program and a full STEM Tiger Alliance Scholarship.
Epsilon Inc., a North Carolina-based information technology and services company is opening shop in Greenville County through a $2.6 million investment that comes after a surge in governmental and commercial business demand.
It was the marriage of Daniel Construction Co. to Fluor that brought the Fortune 500 giant to Greenville in 1977. Today, it's Fluor's Greenville-based construction branch that leaves the nest with its $73 million sale to a New York
Days after the Colonial Pipeline attack, Elliott Davis made public that it is preparing to open its doors to Department of Defense contractors with sensitive information in the stacks.
After a ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline Co. halted all operations at the Georgia-based pipeline, South Carolina and 16 other states were placed under a “regional emergency declaration” calling for an immediate
After 18 years with Lockheed Martin, Greenville Site Director Mike Fox is stepping away from the post he has held since 2018, turning the position over to Walt Lindsley, a sustainment operation director at the company.
Lockheed Martin’s Greenville facility has received its first F-16 fighter jet from the U.S. Air Force as part of a $900 million contract secured in December to provide sustainment and depot-overflow services for an undetermined num
While economic activity creaked to a halt last spring with a shutdown spurred on by the COVID-19 pandemic, 25 companies made a record $631 million in capital investment commitments in Greenville County last year.
U.S. Army autonomous vehicle research and an $18 million federal grant will drive the development of a Virtual Prototyping of Ground System Center at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research.
Following the announcement of a $900 million U.S. Air Force contract on Friday, Lockheed Martin’s Greenville facility will become the only corporate F-16 sustainment and support depot in the world.
Even before Boeingâ€™s recent announcement to move additional production to North Charleston, South Carolinaâ€™s aerospace industry had continued to drive employment and economic growth at a much higher rate than most other sectors.
The Department of Defense this week announced a $62 billion 10-year contract with Lockheed for the production of 90 F-16 fighter jets to be built at the aerospace company's Greenville location.