The Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. has selected general contractors of nine local building projects to receive its Outstanding Project Awards for 1990 during ceremonies at the Hunt Valley Inn tomorrow night
The winning projects are the Maryland Casualty Co.'s Electronic Publishing Center at 3910 Keswick Road, built by Pinnacle Industries Inc.; the Marsh & McLennan Building at 300 W. Pratt St., built by Lawrence Construction Co.; the Colonnade at 4 W. University Parkway, built by Tiber Construction Co.; and the Becton Dickinson building on Loveton Circle in Sparks, built by Gilbane Building Co.
Also, the new Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Station, built by the Atlantic Builders Group Inc.; the NCR Mid-Atlantic Data Center at 7060 Gateway Drive in Columbia, built by NSC Contractors; renovations at Good Samaritan Hospital, 5601 Loch Raven Blvd., completed by Atlantic Builders Group; the Gateway Office Building at 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive in Columbia, done by Gilbane Building Co.; and the Hechinger Co. corporate headquarters in Landover, built by Omni Construction Co.
Honorable mentions went to Merritt Boulevard Shopping Center, Harold H. Hogg Inc; Bel Air Parking Garage, by J. Vinton Schaefer & Sons Inc.; McDonald's restaurant in Bel Air, by Rocchi Construction Co.; Omni Inner Harbor Hotel renovations, by McDevitt & Street Co; renovations to Mercantile-Safe Deposit and Trust Co.'s trust department, by the Leapley Co., and an addition to the Baltimore Inner Harbor Marriott, by Riparius Construction Co.
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* The Baltimore chapter of Women In Construction will hold its monthly meeting tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. at the Best Western Maryland Inn, 15101 Sweitzer Lane in Laurel. For reservations, call Jo Ellen Sines at 792-9400. The chapter also will hold its annual executive luncheon Friday at 11:30 a.m. at the Bowman Restaurant, 9306 Harford Road in Carney. For reservations, call Mary Morford at 821-8046.