Chesapeake Arena sets job fair
The company that manages Chesapeake Energy Arena and Cox Convention Center will host its annual career fair next month. SMG and its food and beverage arm, SAVOR, are looking to hire more than 350 full- and part-time positions in its guest relations, event security, operations and food and beverage departments. The career fair will be from 3 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 15. For a full list of open positions and descriptions, as well as to apply online, visit ChesapeakeArena.com/careers.
Matrix Service acquires company
TULSA — Matrix Service Co. has extended its reach into California with the acquisition of assets from HDB Ltd. HDB provides construction, fabrication and turnaround services to energy companies in central California. The business now will be known as Matrix Service. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Matrix said it funded the deal, which totaled less than $10 million, with cash on hand. “This acquisition advances our expansion into the upstream and midstream markets and strengthens our geographic footprint in California's primary oil producing region,” CEO John R. Hewitt said. “HDB has a long-standing reputation for safety, building solid customer relationships and delivering exceptional service. The company is a great cultural fit for Matrix from a core value perspective.”
EnLink Midstream official resigns
An EnLink Midstream executive has informed the board of his plans to resign, according to regulatory filings. Joe A. Davis is executive vice president, general counsel and secretary of EnLink and its general partner. Davis, who has been with the company for more than eight years, plans to step down in the next six months. He also will assist the company in the transition of his duties to someone new, according to Friday’s filings. Dallas-based EnLink was formed in March when Devon Energy Corp. merged its midstream assets with CrossTex Energy Inc.
Tribe to break ground on casino
SOUTH COFFEYVILLE — A groundbreaking ceremony for a new Cherokee Nation casino is set for Wednesday, the tribe announced Monday. The 17,000-square-foot casino will offer 300 electronic game and be located along State Highway 169 just south of the Kansas border. In addition to games a 50-seat restaurant will be located at the casino. Construction is expected to take six months, the tribe said.
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