In Business


December 02, 2006


The Greater Baltimore Committee named winners of its 2006 Bridging the Gap awards honoring minority firms for their achievements and others for bolstering minority business opportunities in the region. Winners are: Brown & Sheehan LLP, Michael A. Brown, partner; Correct RX Pharmacy Services, Inc., Ellen H. Yankellow, president and CEO; Cynergy Group of Baltimore, Terri Merz, president and CEO: P&J Contracting Co. Inc., Pless B. Jones Sr., founder and president; WeCare Private Duty Services Inc., Geraldine Diggs, founder and CEO; Hensel Phelps Construction Co., Jerry L. Morgansen, CEO; Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. and Commercial Interiors Inc.

John Martindale, CEO of Brothers Services, the Hampstead-based roofing and home improvement company, was named Remodelor of the Year by the Homebuilders Association of Maryland.


bluemercury, a spa and apothecary chain, has opened a shop in The Gallery at Pratt and Calvert streets.

New contract

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services awarded Buccaneer Data Services LLC a five-year contract worth up to $73.4 million to operate the CMS Clinical Data Abstraction Center in York, Pa.


Heritage Financial Consultants LLC moved into expanded facilities at 307 International Circle in Hunt Valley.

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