Dothan company makes acquisitions, NLRB may throw out Amazon vote, fire at recycling plant

Dothan’s Construction Partners acquires Alabama, North Carolina facilities
Dothan’s Construction Partners Inc. has acquired Cullman-based Good Hope Contracting Co. and Daurity Springs Quarry in North Carolina. The acquisitions represent about $113 million combined in investment. – Cision

Virginia firm buys Alabama biometric software company
Telos Corp., based in Ashburn, Virginia, has acquired Diamond Fortress Technologies Inc., a biometric software company headquartered in Birmingham. Details of the purchase were not disclosed but Telos has hired seven of DFT’s employees. – Virginia Business

Report: NLRB official recommends nullifying Amazon union vote
The Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union says that a National Labor Relations Board official has recommended nullifying the results of a union vote in April that failed at Amazon’s Bessemer facility, which could lead to another vote. Those findings will be reviewed by another NLRB official. – Wall Street Journal

Recycling plant fire in Selma apparently started by lightning
A fire at National Salvage and Services Corp., apparently started by lightning, burned thousands of chemically treated railroad ties at the recycling plant. No one was injured, and the fire didn’t spread to other properties, but National Salvage does not yet know the extent of the damage to the plant.  – AP News

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