March 18, 2006
Acquisitions Cartridge Technologies Inc., headquartered in Gaithersburg, acquired Professional Office Equipment, a Silver Spring-based firm that provides laser printer repair service and supplies. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Certifications Capuco Consulting Services Inc. of Annapolis, which specializes in organizational development, team building and environmental education, has been certified as a women's business enterprise by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council.
March 9, 2008
Last week's gathering with Alan Ward was the first of four public forums by General Growth Properties Inc. to discuss the development of a master plan for Columbia's Town Center. All the meetings start at 7:30 p.m. at the GGP Building, 10275 Little Patuxent Parkway. The schedule: March 19: Evening with Gail Dexter Lord. As president of Lord Cultural Resources, Lord specializes in planning museums and other cultural institutions. Her projects include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, and the Smithsonian's National African American Museum of History and Culture in Washington.
September 26, 1990
A new street sign on Ellicott City's Main Street has the folks on the county's historic district commission seeing red these days -- literally.The bright red, square sign at the corner of Maryland Avenue and Main Street clashes with the quaint nature of the historic area, says the seven-member commission."
November 9, 2008
Banking and finance * PNC announced the appointments of Tracy A. Sorzano as trust director for the greater Maryland region and Lisa H.R. Hayes, a senior wealth planner, as senior vice president in the regional bank's wealth management division. * Provident Bank named James McGovern, credit risk review division, Amy Creason, emerging business division, and Roxanne Naiman-Roloff, business banking division, as vice presidents within their respective divisions. Construction * Harkins Builders Inc. announced that Steve Rubin joined the staff of the Marriottsville-based general contractor as business development manager.
January 13, 2004
New Positions Good joins Constellation as vice president/finance Constellation Energy Group Inc. announced that Andrew L. Good joined the company as vice president/finance. He is responsible for key functions, including accounting, treasury, tax, financial planning and analysis and financial support of operations of the business unit. Formerly a senior vice president with GE Commercial Finance, he is an economics graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and earned his master's degree in business administration at the University of Chicago.
June 15, 2010
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore has selected a group led by Mahan Rykiel Associates, a Baltimore-based landscape architecture and urban design firm, to develop a "Downtown Open Space Master Plan" for the city. The partnership sought proposals this year for a plan that incorporates "the preservation and enhancement" of existing parks and open spaces and recommends ways to create new public spaces in downtown Baltimore. The budget for the design work is $60,000 to $70,000. The study area is bounded by Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard to the west, President Street and Jones Falls Expressway to the east, Centre Street on the north and Pratt and Conway Streets on the south.
March 15, 1992
The name belies the mood. Fanciful and romantic, Mount Misery offers its owners an abiding sense of history, and a marvelous integration of indoor and outdoor living.Built in 1805 as the manor for a large waterfront farm, and named Mount Misery after an extinct volcano on St. Kitts island, the house today commands four immaculate acres overlooking Rolles Creek near St. Michaels. The owners are Thomas A. Stohlman, an architect, and his wife, Joanne Lawson, who works for a landscape architecture firm.
August 7, 1991
The VSL Corp., the California-based group that is seeking approval to build a 3,700-foot-long monorail to connect Harborplace and the Camden Yards stadium, has assembled a team of local design consultants to carry out the project.The team includes the architectural firm of Grieves, Worrall, Wright and O'Hatnick, the designer of the Marine Mammal Pavilion on Pier 4 and the restoration of the Walters Art Gallery and the Hackerman House; the landscape architecture firm of Catherine Mahan and Associates; Penn Parking; and the civil engineering firm of Rummel, Klepper and Kahl.
October 3, 2007
Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association named Sam Rogers to the newly created position of executive vice president and chief marketing officer. He will oversee all leisure and convention marketing for the bureau. The group also named Chad Chappell as director of national accounts. Marriott International Inc. announced the selection of Bancroft Gordon as corporate secretary, vice president and senior counsel.Hospitality Advertising Euro RSCG Baltimore appointed Anya G. Cappolla as director of strategic planning for the marketing communications agency.