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November 21, 1993

Construction started at Conowingo plant

Philadelphia Electric Co. has started construction of a new administration building at its Conowingo Hydroelectric Station, along U.S. 1 and the Susquehanna River.

The $2.5 million, six-month project is the first expansion of the plant in Conowingo's 65-year history.

The new addition will be a stucco, steel-framed three-story construction at the west end of the powerhouse. The project also includes renovations to the existing work space, including water system modifications.

The addition will provide 9,000 square feet of office and work space for management, business, and technical staff for Conowingo and PECO's Muddy Run Pumped Storage Facility, located in Lancaster County, Pa.

Paul Risk Associates Inc., of Quarryville, Pa., is the general contractor. Francis Cauffman Foley Hoffman, of Philadelphia, is the design architect.

Harford design firm gets restaurant contract

Architectural Design Works Inc., a Harford County-based design firm, has been awarded the commission to design the Winner's Circle Restaurant and Pub in Bel Air.

The new restaurant and pub will be located on the site of the former Souvenirs Restaurant on Main Street.

Architectural Design Works was selected by Winner's Circle Restaurant owner Winton Osbourne to bring a hunt club feeling to the eatery.

Work is expected to be completed by early 1994.

Architectural Design Works Inc. was formed in 1991 through the acquisition of Plitt and Associates Inc., and is in the Van Bibber House on South Main Street in Bel Air.

Ambulance company opens new station

Absolute-Care Ambulance has opened a new station in Bel Air.

The company's second location will provide expanded service to residents of Harford County through its central dispatch in Northeast Baltimore.

Ambulance technicians are licensed by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services.

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