Better Business Bureau honors computer service...

Business Digest

November 22, 1999

Better Business Bureau honors computer service

Paragon Computer Services Inc., a system integration/technology consulting firm based in Ellicott City, has been awarded the Better Business Bureau of Maryland's 1999 Annual Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.

The award recognizes businesses that demonstrate a commitment to ethical practices and quality service.

Four awards were presented at a luncheon at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel on Oct. 21.

Paragon specializes in helping growing businesses manage information systems needs through plan development, systems installation and integration, custom application development, e-commerce and communications solutions design and systems and software training.

Crystal Hill Advisors links with real estate firm

Crystal Hill Advisors -- the father-daughter team of Fred and Abby Glassberg, who own, manage and lease buildings and undeveloped land in Howard County -- has formed an association with Corridor Commercial Real Estate Group, which is based in Owings Mills.

Fred Glassberg will provide consulting services to Corridor and its clients who are seeking to develop new buildings.

Corridor Real Estate is a full-service commercial real estate firm.

Forty West Builders moves to Ellicott City quarters

Steve and Tim Costello, owners of Forty West Builders, have moved the business from Catonsville to larger quarters in Ellicott City.

The company, founded in 1977, builds about 100 houses per year.

Its Manchester model has won a Home Builders Association of Maryland Award of Excellence. Single-family homes, which begin at $270,000, are being developed in Howard, Baltimore, Carroll and Frederick counties.

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Ann Marie DeBiase of Ellicott City has been appointed director of the Air and Radiation Management Administration for the Maryland Department of the Environment. She will be responsible for the implementation and management of the state's air pollution and radiation protection programs.

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