My Favorites
My Favorites
Add Page
Add Page
Print
Print
You have 0 items saved in "My Favorites"
Use "My Favorites" to collect pages, downloads, properties, and companies that you would like to keep in one place. To store a page, click on the "Add to My Favorites" button at the top of the page. To store a download, click on the plus button next to the download link. To store a property or company or community, click on the "Add to My Favorites" button listed next to each listing. My Favorites will be saved for seven days.
AEROSPACE
Our skilled workforce, government partnerships, and low business costs make Charleston County a great launch pad for your aerospace business. Just ask industry leader, The Boeing Company, whose new 787 Dreamliner assembly facility opened here in 2011.
ADVANCED SECURITY
With an estimated $2.6 billion in annual contracts from SPAWAR, we’re already home to over 80 defense contractors and the talent that drives their successes. Plus, we’re the fastest growing mid-sized metro for computer hardware engineers. Join companies like Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Scientific Research Corporation (SRC), BAE Systems, and I.T.T. Kaliburn as they grow their contracts and innovations in Charleston County. Join companies like SPAWAR, SAIC, SRC, and BAE as they grow their contracts and innovations.
BIO MEDICAL
With the Medical University of South Carolina, 35 pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, and over 50 research and development labs, Charleston has become a hub for bioscience and medical research. In fact, we’re the #2 fastest growing metro for biotechnicians.
AUTOMOTIVE
Over 6,500 members of the Charleston workforce are employed in the automotive industry—a number that grew by 5% between 2000 and 2009, compared to a 28% decline across the U.S. Join Daimler Vans, Cummins Turbo Technologies, Behr Heat Transfer Systems, and many others as they create innovative industry solutions every day.
WIND ENERGY
Home to the nation’s newest (and world’s highest capacity) wind turbine drive train testing facility—a one-of-a-kind facility, scheduled to open in late 2012, that simultaneously tests 7.5 MW and 15.0 MW units—Charleston is leading the way for wind energy innovation.