Business Digest


February 24, 2003

Association chooses Goodier site to launch its safety campaign

The National Association of Home Builders has chosen Goodier Builders' Emerson job site to launch its "Make Safety A Priority" campaign. The educational program is designed to promote job safety among homebuilders nationwide.

Goodier, of Columbia, has been building in Howard County and surrounding areas since 1985. Its projects include single-family homes and townhouses in the Emerson and gated Stone Lake communities.

Rainmaker to manage Van Ness North renovation

The Rainmaker Group, a residential and golf-course development company in Columbia, has been retained to provide project management for the estimated $13 million renovation of the Van Ness North Cooperative building in Washington.

The brick structure, built in 1966, includes the 16-story, 466-unit apartment building with public areas, a pool area, a three-story underground garage and surrounding grounds.

Job-search program to be held at library

The central library, 10375 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, will offer "Job Search Tools at the Library," a discussion of databases, Web site and periodicals and a tour of the business and career sections, at 7 p.m. March 12.

Registration, which is required, will begin Wednesday.

Information: 410-313-7860.

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