Options for Louisiana Flood Victims to Find a Place to Live Corporate housing cannot absorb this level of need, but for those who act fast, it is the best option. A growing pile of debris sits outside the flood-ravaged home
Kevin Hardy of Shell Chemical, left, presents a donation to RPCC Foundation Chair Lillie Murphy. Joining them, L to R, Ryland Percy and Dale Hymel, Foundation Board Members, and Dr. Dale Doty, Chancellor of River Parishes Community CollegeBy Staff Report
At Ascension Corporate Rentals, we know we are not the only ones to startup a short term rentals business. Sabrina Bethunin is originally from Venezuela, and she is the co-founder and managing director of MadeComfy, which operates from a Regus office in Sydney. She
Louisiana, for the first time in state history, is expected to surpass 2 million overall jobs
There’s a lot of work coming Louisiana’s way: $16 billion in projects announced for 2016 in the Baton Rouge area and $13.6 billion in New Orleans.
At The Raylin House of Donaldsonville, you will find your “Home Away From Home.” With Accommodations for local refineries like CF Industries, Motiva, Impala, NuCorp and more you’ll surely find comfortable and affordable solution to suite your needs.
Why Ascension Corporate Housing Beats Hotels for Business Travelers Business travel can be a mixed bag. Often, the thought of being away from friends and family, in long meetings, and living in a box-like hotel room for days, weeks, or months
Occidental Chemical President Rob Peterson Announce $145 Million Expansion Of Geismar Facility. The Geismar facility is only 25 minute drive from Ascension Corporate Rental’s comfortable furnished apartments.
PRAXAIR INVESTS IN THE EXPANSION OF ITS GEISMAR, LOUISIANA FACILITY
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