■ CirrusMio, a software company, will begin operations in Lexington, focusing on the development of cloud-based software solutions for public-sector clients. The project will create 10 high-paying, high-tech jobs in downtown Lexington. CirrusMio is a newly formed subsidiary of Virginia-based Metaformers, which has a presence in Lexington. The project was approved for up to $100,000 in funding from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority through the Cabinet for Economic Development's High-Tech Investment Pool. CirrusMio is a client of the Bluegrass Development Partnership.
■ Bluegrass Corporate Center, 333 West Vine Street, is under new management. The Class A, 245,200-square-foot, 17-story office building (formerly known as the World Trade Center) is now managed by Coleman Group Commercial Real Estate and Management, a local, independently owned real estate company.
■ KLH Engineers has opened an office in downtown Lexington at Main and Rose streets. Established and operating in Kentucky for nearly 60 years, KLH has seen more than 55 percent growth since 2008. The new office will be managed by longtime senior principal Robert Lonnemann, a member of the firm for more than 20 years. In addition to the Lexington office, other locations include Fort Thomas, Dayton, Columbus, and New York City.
Compiled by Dorothea wingo