Business notes

Business notes

October 28, 1990

PROVIDENT BANK SELLS GORMAN PLAZA

The Gorman Plaza Office Building on Route 108 in Columbia has been purchased from Provident Bank by a local partnership headed by Joel Barry Brown as general partner.

The building, which consists of 55,000 square feet, will be renovated to provide modern office space. Current major tenants include Daniel Consultants, Howard Psychiatric Associates, Citizens Against Spousal Assault, A Choice Nanny, Howard County Sexual Assault Center and the Girl Scouts of America.

Information: 997-4696 or 596-6426.

SEVEN NEW CLIENTS FOR COLUMBIA FIRM

Caras and Associates Inc., a Columbia-based consulting firm specializing in participative management, recently acquired seven consulting contracts.

The new contracts are: Dupont in Flint, Mich.; CNBC Inc. in Fort Lee, N.J.; United Technologies in Huntsville, Ala.; Ralston Purina in Lancaster, Ohio; BASF in Columbia, S.C.; Info Alliance Corp. in Pittsfield, Mass.; and Springs Industries in Chester, S.C.

U.S. MARINE CORPS. AWARDS CONTRACT

The Allied-Signal Aerospace Company's Bendix Field Engineering Corporation in Columbia has been selected by the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, Ga., for a contract to provide services to support the Maritime Prepositioning Ships (MPS) Program.

The total estimates value of this one-year, cost-plus-award-fee contract, which will run through Sept. 30, 1991, is $9 million.

Under terms of the contract, BFEC will provide the necessary labor, indirect materials, travel and other supervision needed to provide maintenance of the U.S. Marine Corps equipment embarked in 13 MPS, and in port areas to support biennial downloads of embarked equipment.

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