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School chooses architect


© St. Petersburg Times, published May 17, 2000

Wedding, Stephenson & Ibarguen Architects Inc. of St. Petersburg has been selected to design an expansion of Wellington School, 4450 51st Ave. N, St. Petersburg. The project includes a gymnasium, athletic office, locker rooms, administrative suite and computer classroom. Wellington is a private school, serving prekindergarten through eighth grade.

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Linda Q. Cobelo has been named vice president of sales and marketing for Raymond James Financial Services, financial institutions division. Cobelo was an associate with Raymond James and Associates.

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Sun Title Insurance Agency Inc. has appointed Barbara Mullinix and Denise Balcom to manage the expansion of the company's St. Pete Beach office.

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Custom Manufacturing and Engineering Inc. of St. Petersburg has been awarded a small business innovation research contract with the Federal Aviation Administration for $100,000. The project calls for development of a remote monitoring subsystem to be used at airports as part of the runway lighting systems.

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SSA Foodservice Consultants, a designer of food service facilities in Pinellas Park, has been selected by Eurest Dining/Compass Group of Atlanta to provide food service design for the cafeteria inside Scherer Corp. of Pinellas Park, a pharmaceutical manufacturer.

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