Addition to church earns construction awardHenry H. Lewis...

Business Notes

April 07, 1997

Addition to church earns construction award

Henry H. Lewis Contractors Inc., architect Lawrence D. Cook and the First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ellicott City were recently recognized for the quality of overall construction of a new worship space addition to the church by the Baltimore Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors.

The church was awarded the recognition for a new project costing $750,000 to $1.5 million.

The new space, which seats 500 people, with overflow accommodations for an additional 100, was five years in the planning stage.

Consulting business opens in Ellicott City

Advanced Human Dynamics Inc., a consulting business specializing in customized performance enhancement solutions for individuals and businesses, has opened in Ellicott City.

Serving the international market, its team of consultants offer hiring and selection assistance, career planning assistance, seminars and programs to improve sales and customer service, leadership development programs for managers and assistance in size reductions.

The company is headed by Jeffrey L. Kraft, whose background includes advertising, computers and the health care industry.


Stephen F. Stankiewicz has been named residential mortgage director for Columbia Bank, a full-service commercial bank headquartered in Howard County.

He will be based in the bank's Heaver Plaza branch in Towson.

Dr. Benjamin G. Davis, executive director of the Religious Coalition of Frederick, president of the board of directors of the Foreign-born Information and Referral Network and a longtime resident of Columbia, has written a textbook, "Economics: An Integrated Approach," in which ethical issues are integrated into economic analysis.

The text, published by Prentice Hall -- a division of Simon & Schuster -- is designed for a one-semester introductory college course in economics.

Joe Costa a new staff member at Metzler's Garden Center and Florist, will be in charge of the center's tree and shrub department.

Tom Rigdon, a Howard County master gardener, has been named plant pest doctor in the the annual flowers division.

Pub Date: 4/07/97

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