Archive for December, 2010
ANNAPOLIS – Crosby Marketing Communications will provide communications and outreach support for contracts with three federal agencies: Social Security Administration, Health Resources and Services Administration and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
COLLEGE PARK – The Center for Financial Policy at the University of Maryland’s business school and the Maryland Bankers Association are partnering to deliver a Bank Director Training Program. Targeted to business leaders who serve on the boards of community banks in Maryland, the series of short courses will lead participants through new regulations in the wake of the financial crisis and leverage the school’s faculty and research.
LAUREL – Tower Federal Credit Union will open a full-service branch December 13 in National Business Park at 300 Sentinel Drive, Annapolis Junction (Tower is a PR client of Chris O. Communications).
GLEN BURNIE – The Capital has the full story about the prominent Glen Burnie landmark that has fallen victim to the commercial real estate market. Empire Holdings Corp. filed for Chapter 11 protection due to $14.8 million in unpaid claims and a default on a loan from Bank of America. The 12-story building opened in 1974.
CROFTON – New office space is expected to come online next year in Dunkirk with Gardiner Realty’s construction of two buildings offering a total of 45,000 square feet for use as office or warehouse space.
GLEN BURNIE – Argo Systems will relocate its HQ to 1362 Mellon Road in Hanover after the first of the year. The construction, engineering and program management firm will serve its federal customers from a new office owned by Corporate Office Properties Trust.
ANNAPOLIS – Crosby Marketing Communications has developed new online and mobile applications for St. Joseph’s Medical Center that allow prospective patients to check the hospital’s emergency room wait time in real time. The service with its updates every 30 minutes is the first of its kind for Baltimore-area hospitals.
LANHAM – a.i. solutions is part of a team selected by NASA to provide engineering services and products at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida under the agency’s Engineering Services Contract (ESC). Under prime contractor QinetiQ North America of McLean, Va., the company will perform services for IT security, software tools development, system engineering, and system administration support.