Business Briefs - Feb. 19

February 19, 2012

HPG Windows and Doors

HPG Windows and Doors, a provider of windows, doors and overhead doors in the Tri-State area, has obtained a Forest Stewardship Council chain-of-custody certification.

In its ongoing effort to promote positive environmental practices, the company completed the rigorous process necessary to be awarded the certification.

HPG offers a variety of environmentally friendly products for residential and commercial customers. The chain-of-custody certification provides evidence for builders, architects and other building professionals requesting Forest Stewardship Council, or FSC, certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design or other green building programs that materials have been tracked from an FSC-certified source.


B & D Consulting Inc.

The Technical Innovation Center at Hagerstown Community College announces that its client, B & D Consulting Inc., was recognized at the 2012 Baltimore SmartCEO/Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Future 50 Awards.

The Future 50 Awards recognize the area’s 50 fastest-growing companies based on employee and revenue growth over the past three years. The group leads companies that boast $5 billion in collective revenues and manage more than 26,000 employees.

B&D Consulting is a veteran, minority-owned, small business founded in 2004 by engineering and security professionals with more than 20 years of experience in providing engineering and security services, and solutions for government and Fortune 500 organizations. The company also offers expanded information-technology services in network architecture engineering, physical security, continuity of operations and telecommunications.

The Technical Innovation Center is Washington County’s technology business incubator at HCC.


Callas Contractors Inc.

On Dec. 5, 2011, The Johns Hopkins University celebrated the installation and dedication of the Michael G. Callas Professorship in Civil Engineering.


At Johns Hopkins, endowed professorships are important to its mission of teaching, research and service.

Reflections on Callas were given by Cathy Bushey, his niece, and Harry T. Reynolds, former president of Callas Contractors Inc. Also in attendance were Timothy R. Campbell, president of Callas Contractors; Nicholas V. Hill Sr., vice president of Callas Contractors; Lisa Beach, comptroller/treasurer; and Connie Vance, facility security officer/project manager assistant.

Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce

 The following businesses joined the Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce in February:

• Budget Blinds of Hagerstown, mobile unit

•  Corporate Press, 9700 Philadelphia Court, Lanham, Md.

• Detailed Destinations, 421 Randolph St., Martinsburg, W.Va.

• ECS Mid-Atlantic, 5112 Pegasus Court, Suite S, Frederick, Md.

• Edward Jones Investments, 12818-E Shank Farm Way, Hagerstown

• Full Circle V-Twin, 901 Pope Ave., No. 12, Hagerstown

• Hagerstown Imaging LLC, 11236 Robinwood Drive, Suite 106, Hagerstown

• Orases Consulting, 7101 Guilford Drive, Suite 202, Frederick, Md.

• Poole and Kane, P.A., Attorneys at Law, 29 W. Franklin St., Hagerstown

• Roadrunner Services, 12111 St. Paul Road, Clear Spring

• Springleaf Financial Services, 1423 Dual Highway, Suite 24, Hagerstown

• Washco Companies, 72 W. Washington St., Hagerstown

• Worx Graphics, 2 Public Square, Suite 205, Hagerstown


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