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Walker Brand Communications, 1810 W Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, announces these new clients to its portfolio. JMC Communities, St. Petersburg, to develop the brand positioning and marketing program for Ovation, a residential development in downtown St. Petersburg; Memorial Hospital, Tampa, for a strategic brand positioning consultation; the Beck Group, Tampa, for strategic brand evolution and brand driven space planning consultation for Beck's new Tampa office; and the Tampa Theatre, to sharpen it brand messaging


Scherer Construction & Engineering of West Florida LLC, 2152 14th Circle N, St. Petersburg, announces its contract with the Salvation Army Area Command for site and landscaping improvements at 340 14th Ave. S, St. Petersburg.


L.R.E. Ground Services, 21228 Powell Road, Brooksville, has been retained by Suwannee River Management District to perform remedial repairs to stabilize the soil and foundation of its conference center in Live Oak.

Nodarse & Associates Inc., 504 E Tyler St., Tampa, has been awarded the stormwater management and bridge improvements project contracts from the City of St. Petersburg. Contract includes, technical investigations, permitting assistance, system planning, program development, conceptual and preliminary design, construction inspections, quality control/quality management services, drainage improvement/flood control projects, stormwater treatment systems, roadway analysis and/or improvements and bridge and culvert design. Real estate

Cushman & Wakefield of Florida Inc., One Tampa Bay City Center, Suite 3600, Tampa, announces this sale transaction, Continental Business Development Inc. to Cabot Properties Inc., a 42,250-square-foot single tenant industrial building on Ulmerton Road in Pinellas County. Sale price was $3,570,000.


Pilgrim Software, 2807 W Busch Blvd., Suite 200, Tampa, announces the availability of its SmartDesigner solution software, a web-based solution that provides Pilgrim's SmartSolve users the availability to tailor the solution's out-of-the-box applications or create a new application process driven by new forms and built-in workflow engine.



Small Moves Inc., 4501 48th Ave. N, St. Petersburg. (8:08-bk-14110)

Bi-Pay Inc., c/o Christopher Leppert, 10703 Plantation Bay Drive, Tampa. (8:08-bk-14001-CPM)

Mortgage Equity Lenders LLC

, c/o Chris Leppert, 10703 Plantation Bay Drive, Tampa. (8:08-bk-14002-CPM)

Driven One Inc., d/b/a Lakeland Truck & Trailer Center, 5228 Clover Mist Drive, Apollo Beach. (8:08-bk-14004-CED)

Joe Roncolato Trucking Inc., d/b/a PTS Transport, P.O. Box 1529, Wimauma. (8:08-bk-14320)

Jissette Ruiz Enterprises LLC, c/o Johnny and Luz Ruiz, 11401 Patch St., Spring Hill. (8:08-bk-14246-KRM)

chapter 11 reorganization

Northlake Foods Inc., 9008 Brittany Way, Tampa. (8:08-bk-14131-CED)

Tampa Bay area company news, notes, and announcements. 09/21/08 [Last modified: Sunday, September 21, 2008 5:39pm]
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