The Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission approved a resurvey and a road connection that could pave the way for a new development off John Hawkins Parkway. The 39 acres will include 272 apartments, a 180-unit assisted living facility, 96-room hotel and new office building. – Hoover Sun
Westwater Resources Inc.’s board of directors approved a $202 million construction plan for Phase I of the Coosa Graphite Project in Kellyton. Construction is expected to begin before the end of the year. – Business Wire
Carolina Riano has been named Drummond Co.’s first chief sustainability officer. She will lead the new Sustainability and ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) department for Drummond and its subsidiaries. – Drummond Co.
Level Four Group, an Enterprise-based division of Mobile’s Carr, Riggs & Ingram LLC, has acquired Mobile-based Harbor Financial Services. Harbor has been in Mobile for more than 16 years. – Benzinga