Construction in this heat is not for the faint-hearted. Most of us start profusely sweating during the first couple minutes it takes for our car’s air conditioning to get going.
Thankfully, the growth of Greenville doesn’t have to stop in the summer. Our clients have worked hard to master the heat in order to make Greenville a better place for all. From Habitat for Humanity construction to the latest on the Gateway Project, the Buzz has the low down!
More than 30 local business leaders dedicated a home on Friday, June 15 as part of the seventh Habitat for Humanity CEO Build in the Grace Point Community. Go ahead, we know you want to read more about this on Upstate Biz.
Now is your chance to rename the Gateway Project, otherwise known as the massive construction pit located on the I-85/385 interchange. To vote for your favorite renaming of this $231 million project, check out Greenville Today.
And while we’re on the topic of that beautiful red dirt lover’s dream, the Gateway Access Road closure started this week. WSPA has the full story on how long that road will be out of commission.
Taking a break from the outdoor labor, Zuendt Engineering has recently added Ben Martin as engineer in training. To find out more about Ben and his position, head on over and see what UpstateBiz has to say.
What’s our favorite word to see in front of “housing?” Affordable. This week Greenville News released that Greenville County has reduced fees for developers in order to encourage affordable housing.
Last but not least, the city of Greenville is going to be partying in a different location this fourth of July. Check out Greenville Online so you know where to show up this year, since it would be absolutely humiliating if you got that wrong.
Time to lace up the running shoes and start training because the 11th annual Mike Foley Classic 5k is back this August! Find out more information and how to register for the race here.