Home Builders Association of Greenville Launches New Website

GREENVILLE, S.C.—The Home Builders Association of Greenville has launched a new website dedicated to the organization: www.hbaofgreenville.com. “This website launch is in line with a series of investments we are making to elevate the Home Builders Association of Greenville brand,” James Speer, APB, 2018 President of the HBA of Greenville and partner in CarsonSpeer Builders, said. “A new website allows us to continue providing the highest level of service to our members and their clients.” The new www.hbaofgreenville.com serves as a hub of association information, with an updated look and feel to reflect the evolution of the organization. Sponsors and...

The Heirloom Companies Hiring for Stair Installer

High Demand for Handcrafted Products Fuels Company’s Expansion Campobello, S.C. – The Heirloom Companies is expanding its team and is in search of a Stair Installer. Over the past 12 months, residential and commercial demand for The Heirloom Companies’ custom designed, handcrafted works of iron, copper and wood has increased significantly, spurring the company to hire the additional team member who will expand their current team. The Heirloom Companies is looking for a detailed oriented individual with a craftsmen mentality. The position is perfect for a self-starter who performs well in a team driven environment. Previous experience is preferred, although,...

Six Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC, Attorneys Honored Among Greenville’s Legal Elite

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Three managing partners of Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC, along with three other firm associates have been named to Greenville Business Magazine’s Legal Elite for the fourth consecutive year. The Legal Elite is composed of attorneys in the Upstate who were nominated by their peers as “the best and most well-respected in their field.” Managing partner Jim Bannister, along with firm partner Alex Stalvey and associate Marcelo Torricos III are recognized in the area of Criminal Law. Bruce Bannister, managing partner, and associate Elizabeth McCool are being honored for their work in Family Law. Associate Jack McDonald is...

Speakers Announced for A Cleaner Future Workshop

GREENVILLE, S.C.— Ten at the Top (TATT) has announced the speakers for A Cleaner Future: A Look at Air Quality, Sustainability & Energy Innovation in the Upstate Workshop, which will be held on August 17 from 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at the TD Convention Center. This event will focus on how innovation and technology is helping individuals, businesses, institutions and governments enhance air quality and environmental sustainability whether it be in the home, while traveling or in the business setting. “Continuing to improve air quality and sustainability in the Upstate is vital to both the physical health of Upstate...

The Heirloom Companies Craft Feature Staircase for RMHC

GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Heirloom Companies is honored to have crafted the signature staircase for the Ronald McDonald House of the Carolinas. The project included involvement from Clayton Builders and was designed by McMillian Pazdan Smith.   “These families have been through, and are going through, so much, so we are humbled that we are able to contribute something to the Ronald McDonald House of the Carolinas that will give it a touch of home and healing,” Ben Moseley, The Heirloom Companies Chief Operations Officer, said.   The Heirloom Companies team developed floating stairs with open risers—a challenging design that...

Attorneys for Kala Brown Seek Over $360,000,000 in Damages in Civil Suit Against Convicted Serial Killer and Rapist Todd Kohlhepp

SPARTANBURG, S.C.—Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC’s managing partner, Alex Stalvey, representing Plaintiff Kala Brown, is seeking $360,000,000 in punitive damages and $3,631,203.20 in actual and compensatory damages in a civil suit against convicted serial killer and rapist Todd Kohlhepp. Brown filed suit against Kohlhepp for false imprisonment, demanding compensation from the resulting damages. The hearing occurred on Wednesday, July 11 at the Spartanburg County Courthouse. “No amount of money will ever compensate Kala for what Todd Kohlhepp did to her,” Mr. Stalvey said. “This payment will act as a form of closure for her, so that she may continue the long...

South Carolina Housing Hall of Fame Inducts Two HBA of Greenville Leaders

GREENVILLE, S.C.—Home Builders Association of Greenville members, Coleman Shouse and Michael Nieri, were inducted into the South Carolina Housing Hall of Fame this month. Both men are leaders of HBA of Greenville member companies and have served the homebuilding industry in a wide capacity. Hailing from the Greenville area, Coleman Shouse is currently the Land Development and Entitlement Manager for LS Homes and has previously served the HBA of Greenville in many capacities, including president in 2006. Shouse’s extensive planning and development knowledge have proved to be an invaluable asset to the Greenville community. “Coleman is not flashy,” Michael Dey,...

Ten at the Top to Host Air Quality, Sustainability & Energy Innovation Workshop

GREENVILLE, S.C.—Ten at the Top (TATT), in tandem with the Upstate Air Quality Advisory Committee, invites Upstate stakeholders to A Cleaner Future: A Look at Air Quality, Sustainability & Energy Innovation in the Upstatepresented by the Bon Secours Health System, scheduled for Friday, August 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the TD Convention Center. This workshop will look at how innovation and technology is helping individuals, businesses, institutions and governments reduce emissions and enhance air quality whether it be in the home, while traveling or in the business setting.   “Air quality is an important issue for the...

Connecting Our Future Regional Mobility Vision to be Unveiled at August 7 Luncheon

GREENVILLE, S.C.—Over the last several months, a transportation and mobility stakeholders coalition from across the Upstate has been working collaboratively to identify a shared vision and actionable strategies for how to address current and future mobility and connectivity needs. The Connecting Our Future Mobility Vision, along with a set of themes and actionable strategies, will be unveiled during a Connecting Our Future Luncheon, presented by Duke Energy, to be held on Tuesday, August 7, at the TD Convention Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.   “What we have learned during the process of developing a shared vision around mobility...

Ten at the Top Opens Registration for 2018 Upstate Regional Summit

Greenville, S.C. – Registration is now open for “Winning the Future,” the 2018 Upstate Regional Summit hosted by Ten at the Top (TATT) and presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of South Carolina. The event will be held on Tuesday, September 25 at the TD Convention Center, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tickets cost $60 per person and may be purchased here: https://tenatthetop.org/2018-upstate-regional-summit/ “I encourage all of our region’s leaders to attend the Upstate Regional Summit. Historically, the Summit has been a much-valued opportunity to come together and collectively discuss the opportunities before us as well as the unique challenges...

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