Business briefs for Friday, Nov. 13

November 12, 1998

NuTec Design Associates Inc.

NuTec Design Associates Inc., an architecture and engineering firm with offices in York, Pa., and Frederick, Md., has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Baltimore District to provide architectural and engineering services for an open-ended contract for work at Fort Detrick.

NuTec also is involved with projects for PenMar Development Corp. at the former Fort Ritchie.

The company also has announced that David J. Atkins, EIT, has joined the firm as a structural designer.

Royal Vendors Inc.

KEARNEYSVILLE, W.Va. - Royal Vendors Inc. will build a new plant in northwest Mississippi.

Construction will begin by the end of this year and production is slated to begin in 1999.

The primary plant in Kearneysville will continue to be the location of its management team and corporate headquarters.

Royal Vendors Inc. makes cold beverage vending equipment.

Dr. Nathan Wei


FREDERICK, Md. - Dr. Nathan Wei recently returned from speaking at a meeting in Phoenix where leaders from different industries discussed unique aspects of their professions.

About 115 people were in attendance.

Wei is a board-certified rheumatologist and clinical director of the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center of Maryland in Frederick.

Wheat First Union

Susan D. Hayes with Wheat First Union in Hagerstown has earned PLANCO's highest honor - membership in the 1998 Captain's Club.

PLANCO, a wholesaler of financial products, distinguishes representatives who produce $1 million or more in a calendar year in PLANCO annuity sales with Captain's Club membership.

Mason-Dixon Antiques and Jewelry

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Mason-Dixon Antiques and Jewelry, an antique store with an estate section, jewelry repair, antique jewelry restoration and objects of art, isp opening at 55 Mason Dixon Road in State Line, Pa.

The entire month of November will be the grand opening with a special invitation to the public to visit.

The store's operators, Brad Smith and his wife, Lisa, also operate BBS Jewelers on South Antrim Way in Greencastle.

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