Recent federal contracts, deals and bankruptcy filings involving Maryland businesses include the following:
FEDERALAntenna Research Associates of Beltsville won $84,459 from the Defense Logistics Agency for antennas.
ARE-Maryland No. 24 of Rockville won $51.87 million from the General Services Administration to lease up to 50,125 square feet of laboratory space.
August Schell Enterprises of Rockville won $187,624 from the Library of Congress for software.
Bates Trucking of Bladensburg won $21,924 from the Department of the Interior for trash collection services.
Chesapeake Resources of Rockville won $20,209 from the Department of Homeland Security for three self-storage units.
Dela Technology of Rockville won $26,078 from the Defense Logistics Agency for diesel injection pump drive assemblies.
Dictyon of Greenbelt won up to $75,000 from the Department of the Treasury for a Spanish teacher.
DRS C3 & Aviation of Gaithersburg won $26.03 million from the Air Force for radar repair services.
Economic International Construction of Baltimore won $158,929 from the Coast Guard to remove and replace air dryers.
Force 3 of Crofton won $559,789 from the Department of Defense for computer equipment.
Gabco Construction of Aberdeen won $282,846 from the Department of Veterans Affairs to replace water valves.
Gaithersburg Farmers Supply of Gaithersburg won $77,904 from the International Boundary and Water Commission for rotary motors.
Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain of Waldorf won $678,313 from the Department of Transportation to rehabilitate a road and parking areas.
Harford Forest of Baltimore won $332,709 from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for design, layout, installation and removal support services for wall systems.
International Quality Advantage of Baltimore won $10,527 from the Army for connectors.
J.S. Global of Upper Marlboro won $50 million from the Army to construct infrastructure and related enhancement projects.
Magothy Technology of Pasadena won $82,649 from the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. for power supply equipment.
Management Dynamics of Rockville won $42,000 from the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for training services.
Marine Polymers of Stevensville won $267,000 from the Navy for blank tiles.
Maven Engineering of Rockville won up to $64,914 from the Defense Logistics Agency for cushioning pads.
National Institute of Transition Planning of Rockville won $66,744 from the Department of Homeland Security for retirement transitional planning services.
Optivor Technologies of Annapolis Junction won $72,687 from the Navy for voice mail systems.
PCTest Engineering Laboratory of Columbia won $34,500 from NASA to test lithium-ion polymer cells.
Phillips of Hanover won $947,781 from the Navy for stereolithography and ultraviolet curing chambers.
Phoenix Trading of Rockville won from the Defense Logistics Agency $35,381 for shunt instruments, $92,800 for centrifugal fans and $33,120 for solid state relays.
Plan B Government Systems of Bowie won $27,736 from the Navy for cybersecurity service support.
Rescue One Training for Life of Gaithersburg won $225,000 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for medical equipment and supplies.
S.E. Davis Construction of La Plata won $34,066 from the Navy to build structures and facilities.
Smiths Detection of Edgewood won $8.45 million from the Navy for meteorological systems and associated engineering services.
S.T. Net of Rockville won $938,169 from the Army for radio equipment.
Sysco Eastern Maryland of Pokomoke City won $37.09 million from the Defense Logistics Agency for prime vendor food and beverage support.
Technology Service of Silver Spring won $2 million from the Army for research and development services.
Tista Science & Technology of Rockville won $10.2 million from the Office of Personnel Management for information technology systems records management, customer assistance and production operations support services.
TriCerat of Columbia won $50,000 from the Department of State for software renewal.
TSRC of Hanover won $24,084 from the Department of the Treasury for poll paper.
URS Federal Services of Germantown won from the Defense Logistics Agency $19.4 million for hazardous materials management services, and $9.61 million and up to $56.56 million for distribution and warehousing operations services.
Walman Optical of Baltimore won $24,200 from the Army for ophthalmic cell counter microscopes.
Werres of Frederick won $98,000 from the Department of the Treasury for industrial storage racks.
Westat of Rockville won $29.93 million from the Environmental Protection Agency for an environmental epidemiologic research.
Zodiac of North America of Stevensville won $160,445 from the Army for small crafts.
Source: Targeted News Service
DEALSLCG Systems of Rockville was selected by the National Institutes of Health to participate in a 10-year information technology services contract worth up to $20 billion.
Clark Construction Group of Bethesda won $215 million from Inova Health System to build the largest phase of its 12-story, 665,000-square-foot Inova Women’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital in Fairfax. Va. Wilmot Sanz of Gaithersburg is the architect, and RMF Engineering of Baltimore and Cagley & Associates of Rockville are the engineers.
Bechtel in Frederick was selected by China Nuclear Power Engineering to provide project management consulting services.
Leading Ridge Capital Partners of Rockville acquired Blue Raven Technology of Wilmington, Mass., which provides reverse logistics for consumer and commercial electronics products.
A-Tek of Ellicott City, with Astrix Technology Group of Red Bank, N.J., won the Department of Homeland Security BioWatch Laboratory Staffing Support Services contract recompete for up to five years and $75 million.
Visual Mining relocated within Rockville to 2301 Research Blvd., Suite 201.
Secure Exchange Solutions of Rockville was selected by Wayne Memorial Hospital of Honesdale, Pa., to implement a communications system.
TeleCommunication Systems of Annapolis won from the Army $700,000, and up to $19 million, for equipment, field services support and maintenance of satellite systems, $2.7 million for satellite terminal spares.
PropertyMorgan Properties of King of Prussia, Pa., and Core Properties of Columbus, Ohio, paid $27.4 million for the 588-unit Garden View Apartments in Randallstown.
BANKRUPTCIESGrace Child Development Center Inc.
Filed 7/29/12Chapter 11
Attorney Charles C. Iweanoge
202-347-7026Assets: $50,001 to $100,000
Debts: $50,001 to $100,000
No. of creditors: 1-49
Case 12-24222 Filed 8/1/12
Jeffrey M. Sirody410-415-0445
Assets: $0 to $50,000
Debts: $500,001 to $1 million
No. of creditors: 1-49
Case 12-24234Filed 8/1/12
Terry E. Morris301-424-6290
Assets: $100,001 to $500,000
Debts: $100,001 to $500,000
No. of creditors: 1-49
Downtown Real Estate II LLC
Filed 8/2/12Chapter 11
Attorney Michael S. Myers
410-468-3100Assets: $100,001 to $500,000
Debts: $1 million to $10 million
No. of creditors: 1-49
Source: U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt and Baltimore.