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INDUSTRY WATCH

January 23, 1994

WHAT'S UP?

If you have company news, we would like to hear about it. Send notices for the Real Estate section's "Industry Watch" listing to: Industry Watch, The Sun, Real Estate News, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278, or fax material to (410) 783-2517. Photographs of promoted or award-winning employees are welcome but cannot be returned.

* Gilligan Development Inc. recently received the E7 Energy Conservation Award from the Suburban Maryland Building Industry Association for its compliance with the group's basic energy requirements. Eight homes designed by the Glen Burnie company were cited as "Energy Saving Homes."

* Help-U-Sell of Howard County reported David Elgenbrode has earned the Graduate Realtors Institute designation from the Realtors Institute of Maryland.

* Klein Appraisals, a residential real estate appraisal firm, moved from Parkton to 11806 Ridgemont Road, Lutherville.

ON THE MOVE

* American Properties Inc. of Columbia, appointed Diane P. Kenworthy as a sales associate in the company's Ellicott City office.

* Harkins Builders Inc. promoted Gordon Bean to director of its new marketing department and named Larry Kraemer senior estimator of the Silver Spring-based company.

* Interstate General Co. L.P. named Stephen Rigelsky vice president of project development. Mr. Rigelsky replaces D. Dennis O'Connor, who has become president of the Maryland Division of American Family Homes Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of IGC.

* RE/MAX Central Atlantic, a real estate franchising firm based in Bethesda, named Stefan Parker financial analyst and Regan Botts-Washington regional events coordinator.

CALENDAR

* Jan. 24: Century 21 Rohe & Rohe Associates Inc. is holding a free "career session" at 7 p.m. tomorrow at 9105 Belair Road for individuals interested in learning more about becoming a real estate agent. For a reservation, call H. Adrian Cox at 256-3800.

* Jan. 26: The Baltimore Chapter of the Society of Logistics Engineers will hold its monthly meeting starting with a social hour at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. Robert Schuerholz, director of facilities management at Johns Hopkins University, will address

"University Operations and Logistics" at 7 p.m. Cost is $15 for members, $16 for nonmembers.

* Jan. 27-28: The Urban Land Institute, 625 Indiana Ave., N.W., Washington, is holding a two-day workshop on "Financing and Investing in Real Estate Projects." For information call: (202) 624-7086.

* February to May: The Building Owners and Managers Association of Metropolitan Baltimore is holding the following courses:

* Real Property Administrator course titled "Design, Operation & Maintenance of Building Systems -- I" from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Feb. 8 to May 17, at the Fidelity & Deposit Co. Tuition is $395 plus a one-time enrollment fee of $150.

* Real Systems Maintenance Administrator course titled "Control Systems" from 4:40 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays, Feb. 8 to May 17, at the BG&E Training Center on Old Frederick Road. The cost is $295 plus a one-time SMA enrollment fee of $100. Information: 752-3318.

* Real Property Administrator course "Law for Property Managers" from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays, Feb. 9 to April 4, at 720 Light St., Baltimore. Tuition is $395 plus a one-time RPA enrollment fee of $150. Information: 752-3318.

* Real Systems Maintenance Administrator course entitled "Control Systems" from 4:40 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays, Feb. 9 to May 18, at the BG&E Training Center on Old Frederick Road. The cost is $295 plus a one-time SMA enrollment fee of $100. Information: 752-3318.

* Feb. 15-17: The Landscape Contractors Association of Maryland, Washington and Virginia will hold a winter workshop at the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza in Rockville. For information, call (301) 948-0810.

* April 26-June 6: The Goucher College Center for Continuing Studies will hold a "Community Development and Planning" course from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The fee is $310. Information: 337-6200.

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