The Symphony Guild of Charlotte is hosting a new signature fundraising event, the Heart of the Home Kitchen Tour, in some of Charlotte’s most well-appointed kitchens. The tour will showcase twelve decked-out interior and exterior kitchens in SouthPark, Myers Park ...Read More »
The American Association of Blacks in Energy and Hispanics in Energy will hold a free half-day summit on energy industry job growth and preparing the workforce for the opportunities that presents. The program, “Energizing Conversation,” will be held from 9 ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Ron Kimble, city of Charlotte assistant manager, will be among the speakers leading a free “Introductory to New Markets Tax Credit” workshop from 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 25. The workshop, sponsored by SunTrust Bank, The Housing Partnership, Laurel Street ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Association Management Solutions, a Charlotte-based residential and commercial property owners association management company, has been retained to manage three new residential communities representing 350 homes. The three communities include Pulte’s Tullamore community off Rea Road in Marvin; the ...
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Charles Flowe has been appointed office executive at Michael Baker Engineering, a unit of Michael Baker International, as part of the company’s strategic reorganization. In his new role, Flowe will oversee offices in Charlotte, Greensboro and Asheville from the company’s ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Ian Patrick has joined LS3P’s Charlotte office as project architect. With a bachelor’s degree in architecture from UNC Charlotte, Patrick’s previous experience includes a diverse portfolio of civic, higher education, and government projects with firms in the Charlotte ...
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CHARLOTTE – Women who own a business can learn more about obtaining federal contracts at a free event from 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Federal Reserve Bank, 530 E. Trade St., Charlotte. The Charlotte ChallengeHER event is designed ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools are competing in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s energy-saving competition. More than 5,500 buildings and more than 100 teams are battling it out to see who can save the ...Read More »