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Business transitions

BCCLT Inc., an 80-person mechanical, electrical and civil engineering firm, has opened an office at 1030 Monarch Street in Beaumont Center. The firm, which was founded in 1965, also has offices in Louisville and Evansville, Ind. The Lexington office will be led by Tim Sorrel and Keith London, both owners in the firm. BCCLT serves architectural, education, health care and industrial clients, providing fire protection, plumbing, HVAC, electrical and information technology design. A key project under construction is the upgrade to the Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center for the University of Kentucky.

Brothers Bar & Grill is expected to open in mid-October at Newport on the Levee adjacent to Barnes & Noble on the exterior riverwalk. The restaurant will cater to all ages and families during the day and offer nighttime entertainment for adults. Brothers, a Wisconsin-based eatery, has 17 locations in eight midwestern states. The sports bar will offer river views with seating along the riverwalk. Brother Bar & Grill will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. For more information, visit www.brothersbar.com.

IMG Associations has launched a redesigned web resource (www.imgassociations.com) with enhanced online functionality, a new blog and a social media strategy. The Web site is designed to provide resources for association professionals and volunteer leaders and to focus on the company's association management experience and dedication to innovation.

Lexington Cemetery has broken ground on Phase III of the Lexington Mausoleum. Two niche rooms will be built, each containing 500 glass- or bronze-front niches suitable for one or two urns containing cremated remains. These rooms also will serve as chapels for small family services. The project will bring the cemetery's total number of niche spaces to 1,220. The expansion is expected to be completed in the next few months.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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