Friday, May 23, 2008

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Federal

Annapolis Micro Systems Inc. of Annapolis won $116,271 from the Navy for assembly circuit cards.

Avant Garde Scientific Inc. of Damascus won $27,456 from the Army for controls package piping and valves.

Chesapeake Perl Inc. of Savage won $25,000 from the Army for medical, dental and veterinary equipment and supplies.

FlightFab Inc. of Baltimore won $14.39 million from the Army for weapons.

Lankford-Sysco Food Services Inc. of Pocomoke City won $31.25 million from the Defense Logistics Agency for food and beverage support.

Machining Technologies Inc. of Salisbury won $11.37 million and $11.35 million from the Army for mortar systems bipods.

Manufacturing Support Industries of Hebron won $2.86 million and $1.89 million from the Army for miscellaneous hardware.

Norseman Defense Technologies of Elkridge won $672,455 from the Department of State for cables, connectors and accessories.

Novusonic Corp. of Ashton won $98,000 from NASA for research and development.

Protelecom LLC of Marlboro won $127,180 from the Navy for video teleconferencing equipments.

Tate Andale Inc. of Baltimore won $256,179 from the Defense Logistics Agency for pumps and compressors.

TNE-Franklin Sales & Service of Baltimore won $225,630 from the Army for construction, mining, excavating and highway maintenance equipment.

Washington Professional Systems Inc. of Silver Spring won $9,305 from the Army for an audio system.

Whitaker Brothers Business Machines Inc. of Rockville won $4,148 from the Army for office machines, text processing systems and visible record equipment.

Source: Targeted News Service

DEALS

Constellation Energy plans to sell its Fellon-McCord & Associates energy consulting and management subsidiary to the company’s co-founder, Andrew R. Fellon. Constellation plans to maintain a strategic alliance with the company, which it acquired in 2003. Closing is targeted for June 30. Fellon-McCord will retain its headquarters in Louisville, Ky.

Commercial property management company NAI KLNB Management of Baltimore will do business under the name Hearn Burkley, with offices in Baltimore, Elkton, Washington, D.C., and Springfield, Va. It will be led by CEO Timothy R. Hearn of NAI KLNB; operating partner John K. Burkley II, president of the John K. Burkley Co.; president Louis J. Kousouris III; and executive vice president David Dannenfelter.

Sricon Infrastructure, the Indian subsidiary of India Global Capitalization Inc. of Bethesda, has won three new quarry licenses and has started work on two existing quarries to produce construction aggregate for a variety of construction needs. The company expects annual revenues of close to $10 million from the quarries.

Lagan of Bethesda was selected to provide its 311 non-emergency call center system to three California municipalities: the cities of Oakland and Berkeley, and Solano County.

Stratos Global Corp. of Bethesda was selected as a global distributor of Addvalue Communications’ Wideye Sabre 1 broadband global area network satellite terminal and its accessories.

Telkonet Inc. of Germantown was selected by Cornerstone Hotel Management to provide energy management services as part of Wisconsin’s Focus on Energy incentive program.

Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego completed its acquisition of SM Consulting Inc. The 460-employee Linthicum company provides services in language, intelligence, information technology, management consulting, training and logistics to federal, state and local governments and private industry.

Marshall Management Inc. of Salisbury was selected to manage the Hampton Inn Little Rock (Ark.).

Fortrex Technologies Inc. of Frederick was selected by State Department Federal Credit Union of Alexandria, Va., to provide its automated vendor management and privacy compliance technology system.

PROPERTY

Prime Retail of Baltimore is developing a $120 million, 120-store, 450,000-square-foot outlet center in Holly Springs, Ga., about 30 miles north of Atlanta, set to open in 2010.

BANKRUPTCIES

Launch Coast Services Inc.

College Park

Case - 08-16880

Filed 5⁄20⁄2008

Attorney

Alan S. Kerxton

301-838-3213

Assets: $100,001 to $500,000

Debts: $1 million to $10 million

No. of creditors: 1-49

Leeland Station LLC

Rockville

Case - 08-16833

Filed 5⁄19⁄2008

Attorney

James A. Vidmar Jr.

301-961-5126

Assets: $0 to $50,000

Debts: $10 million to $50 million

No. of creditors: 1-49

Vox IV LLC

Monkton

Case - 08-16800

Filed 5⁄19⁄2008

Attorney

Alan M. Grochal

410-752-9700

Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Debts: $1 million to $10 million

No. of creditors: 1-49

Vox VII LLC

Monkton

Case - 08-16803

Filed 5⁄19⁄2008

Attorney

Alan M. Grochal

410-752-9700

Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Debts: $1 million to $10 million

No. of creditors: 1-49

Higher Praise Outreach Ministries Inc.

Seat Pleasant

Case - 08-16776

Filed 5⁄18⁄2008

Attorney

Stanton J. Levinson

301-949-0039

Assets: $500,001 to $1 million

Debts: $500,001 to $1 million

No. of creditors: 1-49

Source: U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt