On ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Visits World Trade Center Harrisburg

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter On ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Visits World Trade Center Harrisburg Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf today continued his Jobs That Pay tour at the recently renovated World Trade Center Harrisburg, a shipping and office building at the previously abandoned property at 1000 N. Cameron Street, Harrisburg.“It’s wonderful to see the transformation of this building that was abandoned during construction nearly a decade ago become a center of job creation and innovation for this section of Harrisburg and for our entire commonwealth,” Governor Wolf said.Moran Industries, the Watsontown-based developer that purchased the complex in 2013 after construction was halted in 2008, spent three years finishing the center, which includes 75,000 square feet of shipping and warehousing space and 140,000 square feet of office space.“Moran Industries, and the entire Moran family are delighted to welcome Governor Wolf and his distinguished party to The World Trade Center – Harrisburg and Capitol View Commerce Center,” said John Moran, President and CEO, Moran Industries.The governor was accompanied by John Moran III, Jeff Stroehmann, and Doug O’Dell of Moran Industries; Gary St. Hilaire, President & CEO of Capital BlueCross; Mark A. Caron, CEO, Geneia LLC; Tina Weyant, Executive Director of World Trade Center Harrisburg; Representative Patty Kim; and Jackie Parker of Mayor Papenfuse’s Economic Development office.Following the tour, the governor and tour guests discussed the economic development of Harrisburg with emphasis on the Cameron Street area, where PennDOT will be soon implementing a traffic signal project, along with a center turn lane, on Cameron Street at Goodwill Drive. This work is expected to be under way this year.World Trade Center Harrisburg, formerly known as Capitol View Commerce Center, is home to Geneia LLC, a health care analytics and technology solutions subsidiary of Susquehanna Township-based Capital BlueCross. The company moved its headquarters with 100 employees to World Trade Center Harrisburg from the TecPort Business Center in Swatara Township.Today World Trade Center Harrisburg was started 25 years ago by area business leaders and is now the number one contact point for trade assistance in southcentral Pennsylvania with more than 520 active members representing over 100 member companies, and actively works to connect businesses locally and globally.center_img July 28, 2017last_img read more

EPL: Fernandes inspires Man U to win over Watford

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Solskjaer criticises England over handling of youngster Greenwood Greenwood, Phil Foden caught with girls in Three Lions hotel Bruno Fernandes scored one and had a hand in the other two goals as Manchester United continued their recent upturn with a 3-0 victory over Watford at Old Trafford on Sunday. January signing Fernandes capped a man-of-the-match performance in style with his first goal for the club, nonchalantly converting a penalty he had won after being fouled by Ben Foster shortly before half-time. Troy Deeney had an equaliser ruled out by VAR following a handball by Craig Dawson, and Anthony Martial compounded the Hornets’ misery moments later with an exquisite chipped finish over Foster – his third goal in three games. Fernandes then set up Mason Greenwood for United’s third, the teenager’s explosive finish off the underside of the bar confirming an impressive victory that moves Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side up to fifth, three points off fourth, and leaves Watford a point from safety in 19th.Tags: Bruno FernandesCraig PawsonMason GreenwoodOld TraffordWatfordlast_img read more

Varela seals United switch

first_img The 20-year-old has sealed his move from Penarol after a deal was agreed last week. “I’m very pleased to be a part of this club, one of the best teams in the world,” Varela, who impressed in a two-week trial with United in May, said on the club’s official website. Press Association Manchester United have completed the signing of Uruguayan right-back Guillermo Varela on a five-year contract.center_img Varela will represent Uruguay at the Under-20 World Cup in Turkey later this month before joining up with his new team-mates. He added: “As everyone in the world knows, this is a huge club that has won everything and I really hope that continues. “I’m very lucky there are quite a few Spanish-speakers here. It will certainly help me settle in.” Varela will provide competition for first-choice right-back Rafael, who enjoyed his best season for the club last term. last_img read more