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Corporate Office Properties Trust of Columbia announces large defense lease

Corporate Office Properties Trust of Columbia, a specialty office real estate investment trust, said it leased more than 43 percent of a 237,000-square-foot building under construction in Springfield, Va., to a single, unidentified tenant. The company said the tenant, part ...

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St. Paul’s new Fisher Hall awarded LEED Gold certification

Fisher Hall, the new library and student commons building at St. Paul’s School, has been awarded  LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, one of fewer than 5,000 buildings in the world to receive the status. Fisher Hall ...

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New building opens at Fort Meade

A ceremony attended by high-ranking military officials and civilian lawmakers including U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin and Rep. John Sarbanes is scheduled Wednesday at Fort Meade to mark the official opening of the Defense Adjudication Activities facility, a new, 151,000-square-foot building ...

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Annapolis-based PharmAthene gets $5.7M DoD contract

ANNAPOLIS — PharmAthene Inc. of Annapolis, a company developing medical defenses against biological and chemical threats, said it has been awarded a $5.7 million, 18-month contract by the U.S. Department of Defense to continue development of a counter-measure to ward ...

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Outside Counsel: United Bankshares closes deal with Centra

Hagerstown-based tech company acquired Network Connectivity Solutions Corp. (NETCONN), a Hagerstown-based company that provides cloud computing and enterprise services to Department of Defense agencies, has been acquired by General Dynamics. The Fairfax, Va., defense conglomerate will add NETCONN to its ...

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Baltimore’s Vertis Communications salutes the military

Vertis Communications Inc. of Baltimore, a provider of targeted advertising, media and marketing services, said it teamed with Stars and Stripes to print and distribute “Heroes,” a 32-page, full-color, annual tribute magazine to the military. More than 1.6 million copies ...

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Tech guru Pike Powers says Harford can be major center

Harford County may not be a major metropolis, but economic development expert Pike Powers is convinced that by taking advantage of the Base Realignment and Closure process and expanding the county’s connections with nearby research universities, the area can become ...

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Justices won’t help either side in fight over plane

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court refused on Monday to take sides in a long-running billion-dollar dispute between two defense contractors and the government over a cancelled contract for a Navy plane. The high court unanimously threw out court decisions that ...

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