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THE BUSINESS ALBUM

ATS celebrates opening of new offices in Middle River

Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development, delivers a proclamation from Baltimore County Executive Ken Kamenetz to Applied Technology Services Inc. President Danielle Burnett during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development, delivers a proclamation from Baltimore County Executive Ken Kamenetz to Applied Technology Services Inc. President Danielle Burnett during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc. Vice President Bob Marchese, second from left, and company President Danielle Burnett cut the ceremonial ribbon officially opening Applied Technology Services Inc.’s new 5,000-square-foot offices in Middle River. Also on hand for the event were Tina Marchese, John Burnett and  state Sen. J.B. Jennings, R-Baltimore and Harford counties, far right. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc. Vice President Bob Marchese, second from left, and company President Danielle Burnett cut the ceremonial ribbon officially opening Applied Technology Services Inc.’s new 5,000-square-foot offices in Middle River. Also on hand for the event were Tina Marchese, John Burnett and
state Sen. J.B. Jennings, R-Baltimore and Harford counties, far right. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Guests who attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony of new offices for Applied Technology Services Inc. in Middle River were treated to a catered buffet, courtesy of The Omelette Guys. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Guests who attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony of new offices for Applied Technology Services Inc. in Middle River were treated to a catered buffet, courtesy of The Omelette Guys. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Tim Byrnes, left, an information security architect with Towson University, chats with Shanna Erdman, a cyber security analyst with Towson University, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Tim Byrnes, left, an information security architect with Towson University, chats with Shanna Erdman, a cyber security analyst with Towson University, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Roy Corona, right, the associate director of operations for the service desk/user support with the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, College Park, speaks with Live Sound Co. President Jeremiah Leiter, left, and Executive Vice President Sam Leiter during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Roy Corona, right, the associate director of operations for the service desk/user support with the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, College Park, speaks with Live Sound Co. President Jeremiah Leiter, left, and Executive Vice President Sam Leiter during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

From left, new Applied Technology Services Inc. employee Shaun Howard shakes hands with Lance Gentile Victor Ciufo and Marvin Taylor welcome him to the company during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

From left, new Applied Technology Services Inc. employee Shaun Howard shakes hands with Lance Gentile Victor Ciufo and Marvin Taylor welcome him to the company during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc.’s new offices in Middle River features approximately 5,000 square feet of flex space, including an attached warehouse within St. John Properties. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc.’s new offices in Middle River features approximately 5,000 square feet of flex space, including an attached warehouse within St. John Properties. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc. President Danielle Burnett, right, speaks to the crowd as Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development, looks on during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc. President Danielle Burnett, right, speaks to the crowd as Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development, looks on during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc. Vice President Bob Marchese, second from left, says a few words while company President Danielle Burnett; Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development; state Sen. J.B. Jennings, R-Baltimore and Harford counties; and Tina Marchese, far left, participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc. Vice President Bob Marchese, second from left, says a few words while company President Danielle Burnett; Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development; state Sen. J.B. Jennings, R-Baltimore and Harford counties; and Tina Marchese, far left, participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

State Sen. J.B. Jennings, R-Baltimore and Harford counties, speaks about the exciting growth and development happening throughout the Route 43 corridor during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River as Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development, John Becker, John Ryerson, Jen Herson and Shaun Howard look on. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

State Sen. J.B. Jennings, R-Baltimore and Harford counties, speaks about the exciting growth and development happening throughout the Route 43 corridor during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for ATS’ new offices in Middle River as Rick Johnson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development, John Becker, John Ryerson, Jen Herson and Shaun Howard look on. (Photo by Carlos Zabala)

Applied Technology Services Inc. welcomed customers, partners, state officials and politicians Sept. 27 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open its new offices at 11615 Crossroads Circle. Suite J, in Middle River.

The small, women-owned, minority IT systems integrator that serves as a trusted partner to education, state and local government organizations throughout Maryland moves into the new location which features approximately 5,000 square feet of flex space, including an attached warehouse within St. John Properties.

State Sen. J.B. Jennings, R-Baltimore and Harford counties and Rick Robinson, a business development representative with the Baltimore County Office of Economic and Workforce Development, participated  in the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The pair gave ATS citations for exceptional service, one from the Maryland Senate and one from Baltimore County Executive Ken Kamenetz.

Jennings spoke about the exciting growth and development happening throughout the Route 43 corridor and Johnson congratulated ATS on its growth and commitment to Baltimore County. ATS President Danielle Burnett added she was honored that so many customers and partners were able to take the time to celebrate the next step in the company’s journey.

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