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By Suzanne Wooton and Suzanne Wooton,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1996
A well-known Hunt Valley engineering and consulting company has agreed to pay the federal government $305,000 to settle civil claims that it overcharged four federal agencies for computer services it used in designing government construction projects.The U.S. Department of Justice said yesterday the settlement involves overcharging by KCI Holdings Inc. and its affiliates, including KCI Technologies.The allegation was brought to the attention of the Justice Department by a former KCI employee, William L. Wood, who will receive 15 percent of the settlement amount, or $45,750.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com | May 17, 2009
From the recycled carpeting on the floors to the hardy plants thriving on the rooftop, Schilling Green in Hunt Valley is living up to its name and earning significant property tax credits for its environmentally sound reconstruction. Schilling Green, a rebuilt office center, and KCI Technologies' new headquarters in Sparks are Baltimore County's latest green buildings, a designation earned for the sustainable features incorporated into their construction. Officials toured the buildings last week to highlight the energy-efficient heating and air-conditioning systems, monitored lighting, self-metering water faucets and drought-resistant landscaping.
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January 27, 1991
Kidde Consultants Inc., a diversified engineering consulting firm, has announced that the company's new name now is KCI Technologies Inc.The name change reflects the recent purchase of the company by the employees and was effective Jan. 10.KCI provides private and public sector clients a full range of high quality services, including planning, design, surveying, geo-technical engineering, landscape architecture, materials testing, facilities management and...
BUSINESS
December 29, 2007
Acquisitions BAE Systems, a Rockville defense and aerospace company, acquired MTC Technologies Inc. of Dayton, Ohio, a provider of technical and professional services and equipment integration to the military and intelligence services, for approximately $450 million in cash and debt. Contracts American Hose & Coupling Corp. of Glen Burnie was awarded a five-year contract worth about $1 million by Northrop-Grumman to provide fittings and hose for the U.S. Postal Service biological detection system project.
BUSINESS
December 29, 2007
Acquisitions BAE Systems, a Rockville defense and aerospace company, acquired MTC Technologies Inc. of Dayton, Ohio, a provider of technical and professional services and equipment integration to the military and intelligence services, for approximately $450 million in cash and debt. Contracts American Hose & Coupling Corp. of Glen Burnie was awarded a five-year contract worth about $1 million by Northrop-Grumman to provide fittings and hose for the U.S. Postal Service biological detection system project.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | July 11, 2000
An environmental review of an alternate site for the new Mayo Elementary School has found potential obstacles to development because of the possible impact to the Chesapeake Bay. The 15.5-acre parcel, favored by a Mayo parents group, contains more than an acre of wetlands, and a piece of the property is classified as part of the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area, according to a review completed by KCI Technologies. The review was triggered by parents who appealed Superintendent Carol S. Parham's decision to bus Mayo Elementary School pupils to Annapolis Middle School for two years during construction of a new school on the existing site.
BUSINESS
August 13, 2002
New positions Gourlay new vice president of trade center institute The World Trade Center Institute announced the appointment of Peter R. Gourlay as vice president for business development. He will provide WTCI client-members with insights into the risks and opportunities of doing business abroad. Gourlay was previously with CNA Financial Corp., where he assisted clients in the construction and design fields with overseas business. The Marine Corps veteran is a graduate of Frostburg State University.
BUSINESS
January 25, 2005
Banking and Finance 1st Mariner appoints Keller assistant vice president First Mariner Bank appointed Jennifer Keller as assistant vice president and director of corporate communications. She is responsible for public relations, event management and special projects, as well as assisting with investor relations. Formerly with URS Coleman, the University of Maryland graduate is a member of the Public Relations Society of America. Pugatsky appointed VP by The Columbia Bank The Columbia Bank appointed Sharon Pugatsky as vice president, cash management.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com | May 17, 2009
From the recycled carpeting on the floors to the hardy plants thriving on the rooftop, Schilling Green in Hunt Valley is living up to its name and earning significant property tax credits for its environmentally sound reconstruction. Schilling Green, a rebuilt office center, and KCI Technologies' new headquarters in Sparks are Baltimore County's latest green buildings, a designation earned for the sustainable features incorporated into their construction. Officials toured the buildings last week to highlight the energy-efficient heating and air-conditioning systems, monitored lighting, self-metering water faucets and drought-resistant landscaping.
BUSINESS
June 4, 2001
New positions Philips general manager, VP of three radio stations Infinity Broadcasting Inc. named Robert Philips vice president and general manager of its stations 101.9 Lite-FM and WJFK-AM as well as of Ravens Radio. The 15-year broadcast veteran and Roland Park resident will continue as vice president and general manager of WQSR 105.7 FM. Before joining Infinity/Viacom in 1996, he was with Sconnix Broadcasting. Perkins is VP, director of Heavenly Ham stores Heavenly Ham, a retailer of premium baked, spiral-sliced ham, gourmet foods and condiments, named Jay Perkins vice president and director of stores for its Baltimore area outlets.
BUSINESS
January 25, 2005
Banking and Finance 1st Mariner appoints Keller assistant vice president First Mariner Bank appointed Jennifer Keller as assistant vice president and director of corporate communications. She is responsible for public relations, event management and special projects, as well as assisting with investor relations. Formerly with URS Coleman, the University of Maryland graduate is a member of the Public Relations Society of America. Pugatsky appointed VP by The Columbia Bank The Columbia Bank appointed Sharon Pugatsky as vice president, cash management.
BUSINESS
August 27, 2002
New positions Stephen Neal named vice president at Giant Giant Food Inc. named Stephen Neal senior vice president of store operations for the Landover-based regional food market chain. He has responsibility for strategic and operational leadership of the chain's store operations. The Prince George's County resident joined the company in 1978 as a management trainee upon his graduation from George Mason University. Pennysaver Group hires Jones for Waldorf office Pennysaver Group Inc., a Hanover-based subsidiary of Strategic Publications, hired Debbie Jones as sales manager of its Waldorf office.
BUSINESS
June 4, 2001
New positions Philips general manager, VP of three radio stations Infinity Broadcasting Inc. named Robert Philips vice president and general manager of its stations 101.9 Lite-FM and WJFK-AM as well as of Ravens Radio. The 15-year broadcast veteran and Roland Park resident will continue as vice president and general manager of WQSR 105.7 FM. Before joining Infinity/Viacom in 1996, he was with Sconnix Broadcasting. Perkins is VP, director of Heavenly Ham stores Heavenly Ham, a retailer of premium baked, spiral-sliced ham, gourmet foods and condiments, named Jay Perkins vice president and director of stores for its Baltimore area outlets.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | July 11, 2000
An environmental review of an alternate site for the new Mayo Elementary School has found potential obstacles to development because of the possible impact to the Chesapeake Bay. The 15.5-acre parcel, favored by a Mayo parents group, contains more than an acre of wetlands, and a piece of the property is classified as part of the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area, according to a review completed by KCI Technologies. The review was triggered by parents who appealed Superintendent Carol S. Parham's decision to bus Mayo Elementary School pupils to Annapolis Middle School for two years during construction of a new school on the existing site.
BUSINESS
By Robert Nusgart and Robert Nusgart,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Joan Jacobson, Caitlin Francke and Lisa Respers contributed to this article | June 5, 1998
A Baltimore County development company that was among the 20 largest builders in the metropolitan area last year has apparently ceased operation at seven of eight communities and is facing liens and judgments totaling more than $250,000.Westbrook Development Inc., owned by James and Terry Rubenstein, has been named by at least six creditors in court filings in Baltimore, Howard and Harford counties for unpaid work ranging from engineering to construction framing to landscaping. And according to developers, many of the lots that Westbrook owned in various developments have been taken over by other builders.
BUSINESS
By Suzanne Wooton and Suzanne Wooton,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1996
A well-known Hunt Valley engineering and consulting company has agreed to pay the federal government $305,000 to settle civil claims that it overcharged four federal agencies for computer services it used in designing government construction projects.The U.S. Department of Justice said yesterday the settlement involves overcharging by KCI Holdings Inc. and its affiliates, including KCI Technologies.The allegation was brought to the attention of the Justice Department by a former KCI employee, William L. Wood, who will receive 15 percent of the settlement amount, or $45,750.
BUSINESS
March 8, 1993
New positions* Naval Surface Warfare Center in Arnold named Jim Scott director of public affairs.* Rukert Terminals Corp., a marine terminal and waterfront warehouse in Baltimore, promoted John L. Coulter to vice president.* The Burkhardt Group Inc., a Baltimore-based sales and sales management consulting firm, named Michael Zaruba partner and Jody Martin sales associate.* Drake Beam Morin Inc., a counseling, training and organizational consulting company in Baltimore, named Gay Fogarty vice president.
BUSINESS
March 8, 1993
New positions* Naval Surface Warfare Center in Arnold named Jim Scott director of public affairs.* Rukert Terminals Corp., a marine terminal and waterfront warehouse in Baltimore, promoted John L. Coulter to vice president.* The Burkhardt Group Inc., a Baltimore-based sales and sales management consulting firm, named Michael Zaruba partner and Jody Martin sales associate.* Drake Beam Morin Inc., a counseling, training and organizational consulting company in Baltimore, named Gay Fogarty vice president.
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