J. F. Forstmann Co. Inc., a developer based in Frederick, moved to the Stone House at Westview, 5215 Chairman's Court in Frederick.
Barry Blau & Partners, a direct response advertising agency, moved to 849 Fairmount Ave., Suite 200 in Towson.
Pennsylvania Dutch Farmers Market relocated to Annapolis Harbour Center at Maryland Route 2 and Patuxent Boulevard.
Cornerstone, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, had four finalists in the Best in Baltimore show sponsored by the Advertising Association of Baltimore and three awards in the American Corporate Identity competition.
American Automobile Association awarded its Four Diamond Award to the following local businesses: Peabody Court Hotel and its restaurant, the Conservatory; Hyatt Regency Hotel; Harbor Court Hotel; Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel; Stouffer Harborplace Hotel; Inn at the Colonnade; Loews Annapolis and Coconut Malorie in Ocean City.
Dundalk Community College won an award of merit for its marketing campaign in a competition sponsored by Admissions Marketing Report.
PaineWebber Inc. in Baltimore named Marvin Fribush to the Chairman's Council. Mr. Fribush is senior vice president and investment executive in the Baltimore office.
Eisner & Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and public relations agency, won the following first-place awards from the Advertising Association of Baltimore: Local TV with budget under $5,000, for the Fair Lanes campaign; Complete Local Multi-Media Campaign, for Fair Lanes; Newspaper Campaign, for Lakeside Mall; Newspaper, half-page or larger, for Lakeside Mall; and Business Trade Publication, for Fairfax Hospital.
Steven A. Abramowitz was named to the Pacesetter Club at Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc. Mr. Abramowitz is an investment executive at the Bethesda office of the company.
Consulting Engineers Council of Maryland in an Engineering Excellence Competition presented a grand award to Whitman, Requardt and Associates for the Marine Mammal Pavilion. Awards of merit were given to George, Miles & Buhr for the Piney Orchard Wastewater Treatment Plant, Greiner Inc. for the Sparks Road Bridge, Gipe Associates Inc. for the University of Maryland Marine Science Laboratory, and Sidhu Associates Inc. for the replacement of PCB transformers at the Social Security
Administration complex in Woodlawn.
Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce appointed the following to the board: William E. Franswick of KCI Technologies Inc.; Donald W. Thurlow Jr. of The Baltimore Sun; Walter G. Amprey of Baltimore County Public Schools; Martin R. Resnick of Martin's Caterers; Terry M. Rubenstein of New Town Development Corp.; John J. Pauliny of Price Waterhouse; Jay R. Fries of Kruchko & Fries; Kevin G. Byrnes of Chase Bank of Maryland; and William J. Crowley Jr. of Arthur Andersen & Co.
Photo Marketing Association International elected John L. Segall vice president. Mr. Segall is president of Segall-Majestic Photography Inc. and Glamour Foto Inc. in Baltimore.
Homer and Martha Gudelsky Family Foundation gave $5 million to the University of Maryland Medical Center to fund a new clinical tower.
Hardee's Restaurants donated 300,000 pine seedlings to be planted by volunteers participating in a state campaign to plant trees this month.
Gray Kirk & Evans, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, is representing Precision Tune of Delaware.
Atlantic Builders Group in Baltimore is erecting a 32,000-square-foot building on Old Padonia Road for Padonia York Limited Partnership.
Metropolitan Contracting Co. Inc., a Baltimore-based general contracting and construction management firm, won the design-build contract for a 50,000-square-foot athletic facility at Washington College in Chestertown.