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Business solutions

iDatix Corp., 15201 Roosevelt Blvd., Suite 104, Clearwater, in partnership with J.D. Young Corp., announces that the city of Tulsa, Okla., it will implement iDatix's iSynergy Enterprise Content Management solution.

Construction

Creative Contractors Inc., 620 Drew St., Clearwater, has been selected by the University of South of Florida to build a new 34,000-square-foot science and technology/general academic facility on the St. Petersburg campus. This will be the first LEED-certified building built on the campus, and project cost is $9-million.

Health care

Morton Plant Hospital, 300 Pinellas St., Clearwater, has been given a three-star designation rating from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, a nonprofit organization representing more than 5,600 surgeons, researchers and allied health professionals.

Contractors

S&S Electric, 105 Douglas Road E, Oldsmar, was the recipient of two awards presented by the Independent Electrical Contractors Association. S&S won the 2009 National Award of Excellence in Residential Electrical Construction for its collaboration with Mercedes Homes in the community of Toulon and S&S was named the Electrical Contractor Web Site of the Year.

Real estate

GVA Advantis, 3000 Bayport Drive, Suite 100, Tampa, has been retained by Delia Real Estate LLC as leasing manager for the property at 5733 Myerlake Circle. This single-story, multitenant building consisting of 40,000 square feet of flex space is located within the Icot Business Park in Clearwater.

Ross Realty Group Inc., 3001 Executive Drive, Suite 250, Clearwater, announces these lease transactions: Tampa Industrial Partners to Lubricants USA, 18,750 square feet, industrial space, new lease, Centerport 60, 2725 E Adamo Drive, Tampa; Bayside Industrial LLC to Jorge Ramirez, 4,884 square feet, industrial space, new lease, Bayside 122, 4479 122nd Ave. N, Clearwater, and to Revenge Advantage Composites, 5,823 square feet, industrial warehouse space, new lease, Bayside 122, 4477 122nd Ave. N, Clearwater; Ronald Roseman to Green Dragon Lawn Maintenance, 3,000 square feet, new lease, and to Vista Vue, 3,000 square feet, industrial space, new lease, both at the Linebaugh Business Center, 5555 Linebaugh Ave., Tampa; and Wittner Centers Partners LLP to Bayshore Health & Homemakers Services, 2,958 square feet, office space, new lease, Wittner Center, 5959 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.

Tourtelot Brothers Realtors Inc., 390 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg, and American Realty Group of Treasure Island, announce this sales transaction: Taylor Brothers LLC to Swain & Schwartz Partnership LLP, the 28,174-square-foot MacDill Plaza Shopping Center, on 1.73 acres, 1021 MacDill Ave. N, Tampa, $1.4-million.

Bankruptcies

Chapter 7 Liquidation

Jennifer's Bridal Wear and Tuxes LLC, 12433 Kelso Road, Thonotosassa. (8:08-bk-18899)

Chapter 11 reorganization

Ernie Haire Ford Inc., d/b/a Big Dog Motorcycles of Tampa, d/b/a Ernie Haire Megavolume Superstore, d/b/a Quicklane Tire & Auto Center, d/b/a Ernie Haire Used Car Auto Mall, d/b/a Indian Motorcycle of Tampa, d/b/a Ernie Haire Used Car Supercenter of Tampa, 9545 N Florida Ave., Tampa. (8:08-bk-18672-MGW)

AFO Holdings LLC and AFO Imaging Inc., et al (jointly administered), 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18744-CED)

AFO Imaging, Inc. d/b/a Advanced Diagnostic Group, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18746-CED)

Family Open MRI of Orlando Inc., d/b/a Advanced Diagnostic Group, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18747-CED)

Advanced Imaging Group Inc., d/b/a Advanced Diagnostic Group, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18748-CED)

Family Open MRI Inc., d/b/a Advanced Diagnostic Group, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18749-CED)

LCM Imaging Inc., d/b/a Advanced Diagnostic Group, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18750-CED)

Premier Advanced Imaging of Lake Mary LLC, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18751-CED)

Premier Advanced Imaging of Orlando LLC, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2350, Tampa. (8:08-bk-18752-CED)

The listed businesses have filed bankruptcy petitions in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Tampa. Under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 7 filings are for companies whose assets are being liquidated to pay creditors. Chapter 11 is for businesses seeking to reorganize while under bankruptcy court protection from creditors.

Tampa Bay area company news, notes and announcements 12/07/08 [Last modified: Sunday, December 7, 2008 8:05pm]
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