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  • SC Ports celebrates construction milestone at Hugh K. Leatherman Sr. Terminal

    As seen in “Ajot” website

    S.C. Ports celebrated today the structural completion of the terminal’s new operations building. More than 300 people — contractors, port employees, elected leaders and community members — cheered as a steel beam and tree were placed atop the steel structure as part of a traditional “topping out” ceremony.

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    Power Players 2019: Arthur Samet

    As seen in “The Triad Business Journal” magazine

    Power Players 2019: Arthur Samet

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    Alamance-Burlington school board moves bond projects.

    As seen in the “The Times News” website

    The Alamance-Burlington Board of Education took some significant steps on the way to staring the major projects in the $150 million school bond — building a seventh high school and renovating Southern Alamance High School — at its meeting Monday, Sept. 23.

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  • Greensboro council OKs contractor to build Eugene Street parking deck for no more than $22 million

    As seen in “Greensboro” website

    GREENSBORO — The Greensboro City Council took a significant step Tuesday toward building a new parking deck at the southwest corner of North Eugene and Bellemeade streets.

    The council voted 9-0 to appoint a construction-management company to work out a plan and build the deck.

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    First look at new Elon Elementary

    As seen in “Times-News” website

    ABSS, Elon U celebrate construction, partnership at campus set to open in summer 2019

    ELON – In nine months, Elon Elementary School will be brand new.

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    7 best apartments in SouthPark

    As seen in “Charlotteagenda” website

    Less than 10 miles from Uptown and close to SouthPark mall, Phillips Place and other high-end shopping and dining, the SouthPark neighborhood attracts young professionals, families and well established Charlotteans alike.

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