In Business

In Business

December 15, 2007


The Leffler Agency received the Davey Award from the International Academy of Visual Arts for its "You at the Zoo" outdoor and logo campaign for the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.

Airport Councils International-North America presented Obrycki's Crab House in the air mall at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport with an honorable mention in its annual airport concessions contest for best new food and beverage concept in North America.


Dr. Edgar E. Mallick, executive director of Ginger Cove life care retirement community, received a Certified Aging Services Professional designation from the Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services.


The Army Corps of Engineers awarded Columbia-based consulting engineers McDonough Bolyard Peck a five-year, $30 million contract to provide construction management services.

ID Care Products of the Netherlands has begun distributing BioElectronics Corp.'s ActiPatch foot care product line.


Columbia Bank was named best financial institution in Howard Magazine's Best of Howard readers poll.

David Warschawski, founder and chief executive of Warschawski public relations and marketing firm, was named one of the top 40 industry leaders under 40 by PR Week magazine.

1st Electric Inc., based in Baltimore, won a 2007 safety award from the Baltimore chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors.

GXS, a Gaithersburg e-commerce solutions provider, was named one of the Top 50 Technologies by START-IT magazine.


Nebraska-based TierOne Corp. shareholders approved its merger with CapitalSource, a commercial lending, investment and asset management firm based in Chevy Chase.

New business

Bonnie Grady announced the startup of Synergetic Energy Pools Inc., an energy procurement consulting firm based in Westminster. The new company works with members of associations such as chambers of commerce to form commercial energy-buying pools.

On the board

James Dabney Miller of Baltimore and Tom Jasek of Menlo Park, Calif., have been elected to the board of trustees of Maryland Institute College of Art.

Kevin Donnellan, chief communications officer of AARP, has been named to the board of the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association, based in Bethesda.


GMAC Real Estate/Real Estate Service Center announced the opening of its Largo office under the direction of Nick D'Ambrosia, Ann D'Ambrosia and Dale Ross.


The Maryland Society of Anesthesiologists elected Dr. Harold Goll as its president. The Lutherville resident is the head of the anesthesiology department of Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

Elizabeth Blakeslee of Coldwell Banker has been named vice president of Region III of the National Association of Realtors.


PEAK Technologies Inc. is moving its headquarters operations to 10330 Old Columbia Road in Columbia.

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