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Governor Rick Scott, members from the business community and public sector, and representatives of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County were in Jupiter today to celebrate the expansion of Parametric Solutions Inc. The company which designs gas turbines used in jets and underwater turbines for energy generation recently purchased a new 40,000 sq. ft. office and manufacturing facility on Jupiter Park Road in the Jupiter Park of Commerce to accommodate its plans to add more than 100 employees to its existing workforce of 156.more»
Parametric Solutions will make a job-creation announcement on Wednesday, the Governor's Office said.
The Jupiter-based aerospace and aviation product developer added 50 engineering jobs in 2011, according to the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County.
Parametric Solutions, which designs gas turbines for jets and underwater turbines for energy generation, said it is adding 100 jobs to its Jupiter facility.
The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County said the company purchased a 40,000-square-foot office and manufacturing facility on Jupiter Park Road for the expansion over the next two years. The new jobs will be on top of its current workforce of 156.
Pratt & Whitney said it would expand its manufacturing center in its facility near West Palm Beach with a $63 million investment and the creation of 230 jobs.more»
Florida Atlantic Universityís College of Engineering and Computer Science announced that its Bachelor of Science in Geomatics Engineering (BSGE) program has received accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering andmore»
With a clock ticking down and veterans standing in front of a giant American flag on Wednesday, Pratt & Whitney and other local defense industry workers were urged at a rally to take action.more»
Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.), AIA Chairman and President of Pratt & Whitney, United Technologies Corporation David P. Hess, and more than 200 local workers rallied today at the Pratt & Whitney facility in Jupiter to warn about the threat tomore»
Florida Atlantic Universityís Human Powered Submarine (HPS) team recently was awarded first place for agility, as well as the Overall Runner-Up award, and had the fastest lap on the second day of racing at the First European International Submarine Race (eISR) at QinetiQís Ocean Basin testing facility in Haslar, Gosport, England.more»