Standard Register has expanded its STANFAST business forms printing center by adding a warehouse and distribution center at 3741 Commerce Drive in Arbutus.
Trans Union, a credit information company, expanded and relocated its mid-Atlantic division to 7250 Parkway Drive, Suite 540, in Hanover.
GBS Corp., a business counseling organization, relocated its headquarters to 7134 Columbia Gateway Drive in Columbia.
Terumo Medical Corporation in Elkton joined the Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union.
The George Hyman Construction Co. in Bethesda won the main contract to build the new baseball stadium in the Camden Yards section of Baltimore.
La Petite Academy Inc. is building a child day-care center for the children of employees of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital. The center will
be located on the Levindale campus.
CKL Architects of Rockville designed a 300,000-square-foot Leedmark Superstore off Ordnance Road in Glen Burnie.
Molecular Vaccines Inc. changed its name to MedImmune Inc. The Gaithersburg-based company specializes in immune regulation, immu
notherapeutics and vaccines for infectious diseases and cancer.
Open for business
Office Stop, an office supply retailer, has opened a store at 803 Goucher Blvd. in Towson.
Columbia Design Studio, an interior space planning firm, opened at 11010 Swansfield Road in Columbia. Ghashang Mahjouri is president.
VideoFile, a Cleveland-based television news monitoring service, opened an office at 5865 Robert Oliver Place in Columbia.
Schamu, Machowski, Doo & Associates, a Baltimore-based architectural firm, opened a branch office in Wheeling, W.Va.
Sharbrooke Management Co., owner and operator of Heavenly Ham stores, opened a store at 1321 Rockville Pike.
Progressive Networks Inc. opened a cable installation and computer consulting company at 6618 Harford Road, Suite 100, in Baltimore.
Walter V. Connor International Inc., a Baltimore-based executive search company, opened at 2 E. Read St. in Baltimore.
Freed and Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and public relations firm, is representing Equity Mortgage Co. Inc.
The Sugarloaf Agency in Germantown is representing Frederick Electronics Corp., a provider of military and civilian high-frequency radio communication products.
Mitchell & Associates, an advertising and public relations agency in Owings Mills and Bethesda, is representing Skills Bank Corp.
University Research Corp., a human resources development company in Bethesda, received $13.9 million and $13.2 million contracts from U.S. Agency for International Development and a $200,000 contract from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Travel One, a travel agency in Hunt Valley and Columbia, is providing travel services for Maryland Casualty Company.
Herrmann Advertising Design in Annapolis is providing corporate and marketing materials for The Rouse Co., Creaney & Smith and Lynx Real Estate Inc. Herrmann is also representing The Women's Center of Northern Virginia, American International Therapeutic Riding Association, American Managed Care and Review Association and Defense Rations Manufacturing
W. B. Doner and Co., an advertising agency in Baltimore, is providing marketing and advertising services for Jos. A. Bank, a Baltimore-based clothier, and Jason Pharmaceuticals, a Baltimore-based manufacturer and distributor of the Medifast Program and Products.
The Bomstein Agency in Washington is designing a campaign for Wentworth Nursery in St. Mary's County.
Image Dynamics Inc. in Baltimore is providing the public relations services for the American Red Cross' 1992 National Convention in Baltimore.
Howard R. Majev was elected president of Citizens Planning and Housing Association. Mr. Majev is a partner in the Baltimore law firm Weinberg and Green.
Apple Computer gave computers and Claris Corp. gave software libraries to the 16 freshmen members of the Meyerhoff Scholars Program and also to three university administrators at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. The Meyerhoff Scholars Program was established at UMBC to prepare African-American males for careers in science and engineering.Paul Shoffeitt, president and general manager of Green Spring Mental Health Services, was appointed chairman of the Maryland Drug Abuse Resistance Education Foundation.
Kelley Nottingham Atkinson, community relations representative for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland, was named secretary of the Maryland Volunteer Network.
Carl J. Sardegna, president and chief executive officer of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland, was elected to the board of Center Stage theater in Baltimore.
John Picciotto, vice president and chief legal counsel of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland, was elected to the board of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce.
Harry Johnson, small groups manager for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland, was appointed a diplomat for a two-year term to the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce.