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Company notes

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published February 3, 2003


ACCOUNTING

Celia C. Hall CPA, formerly of 150 Second Ave. N, Suite 720, St. Petersburg, has moved to 3423 49th St. N.

National Income Tax & Accounting, formerly of 10321 75th St. N, Largo, has moved to 2952 66th St N, St. Petersburg.

Vardy & Co., CPAs, formerly of 7122 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, has moved to 8600 113th St. N.

ARCHITECTURE

Urban Studio Architects Inc., 655 N Franklin St., Suite 150, Tampa, announced the following design contract: Osceola Brownstones, Orlando, townhouse complex, 26 units, $3.8-million.

CONSTRUCTION

Biltmore Construction Co., 1055 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Belleair, announced the following contract: Eckerd College, Armacost Library, St. Petersburg campus, construction management services, two-story structure with three-story entry tower, 55,000 square feet, $10-million.

Hennessy Construction Services, 2300 22nd St. N, St. Petersburg, announced the following contracts: Updegraff Vision, interior and exterior renovations, 16,000 square feet, medical office building and ambulatory surgery center, 3810 16th St. N, St. Petersburg, $1.5-million; Town & Country Hospital, 4,400 square feet, single story addition for special procedures and new lab, 6001 Webb Road, Tampa, $853,378; Lifestyle Family Fitness Center, 18,466 square feet, renovation of movie theater, Countryside Mall, 27001 U.S. 19, Clearwater, $1.3-million; Southeastern College, three-story residence hall, lounge, meeting rooms and laundry, 58,830 square feet, 1000 Longfellow Blvd., Lakeland, $2.6-million; Hernando County Branch for the YMCA of the Suncoast Inc., renovation, 5,200 square feet and addition, 6,147 square feet, 1300 Mariner Ave., Spring Hill, $922,791; Pfahler Properties Inc., medical office building, 11,024 square feet, 601 Medical Drive, Englewood, $1.5-million; Montgomery Carpets, showroom and warehouse, 9,800 square feet, 747 Venice Ave. E, Sarasota, $857,888.

HOSPITALITY/RETAIL

ConFer Inc., 2108 W Minnehaha St., Tampa, announced the following contract: Southern Restaurant Group Inc., Destin, for mystery shopping services and training seminars.

MARKETING

Black Ink Marketing Inc., 1703 Laforest Ave., Safety Harbor, announced the following new client: Career Path Training Corp., Tampa, which includes Roadmaster Truck Driving School, Diesel Institute and Central Florida Institute, nationwide electronic media marketing.

HarmonTampa Inc., 4100 W Kennedy Blvd., Suite 208, Tampa, announced the following new client: Feld Entertainment Inc., Tampa, media and public relations programs for Disney on Ice Presents Princess Classics at the St. Pete Times Forum.

TECHNOLOGY

Audio Visual Innovations Inc., 6313 Benjamin Road, Suite 110, Tampa, announced the following contract: InFocus Corp., Wilsonville, Ore., one-year sales contract for the state of Louisiana, $1.3-million.

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