Conewago Enterprises Inc. is building a 550,000-square-foot distribution center in Bethel Township. Construction began in June and is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2003.
C.S. Davidson Inc., York, was awarded a contract for general services by the U.S. National Park Service at Gettysburg National Military Park in Adams County. The firm completed a similar contract that included providing Little Roundtop survey services, Culp’s Hill Tower assessment services and
repair recommendations, utility upgrades to the Eisenhower Farm, Sedgwick Statue base repairs, and East Confederate Avenue culvert assessment. C.S. Davidson Inc. is a multidisciplinary civil engineering firm with offices in York and Gettysburg.
Central Penn Computers in Camp Hill is under new ownership. David Martin completed purchase of the long-time computer services company from Larry Maykovich in April. Central Penn Computers was founded in 1984. David Martin joined the staff of Central Penn Computers in 1995 and was named general manager of the company in 1997. Central Penn Computers manufactures and services high-end business-class computers, and provides network design, installation and trouble-shooting. The company also offers printer and monitor repair, as well as repairs to a wide range of computer products. The primary customer base is small- and medium-sized businesses with five to 50 computer users.
ECI Wireless, a division of Eichelberger Construction Inc. providing construction and infrastructure services to the communications industry, recently began work on a communications facility for Nextel at Harrisburg International Airport. It also began work on
several facilities for Verizon Wireless and the PA State Broadcast project.
ECI Wireless, which provides a wide range of construction services for the communications industry, from new construction to infrastructure optimization, hopes to have the projects complete by the end of the third quarter.
Faclities Planner Architects Inc., Harrisburg, was selected to design an 8,700-square-foot addition to St. Peter Lutheran Church in Upper Allen Township. Pyramid Construction is the general contractor.
Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants renewed its office lease at 100 Pine St., Harrisburg, from McNees Wallace & Nurick. NAI/Commercial-Industrial Realty Co., Wormleysburg, assisted in the lease negotiations.
Associated Bag Co., a national supplier of packaging products
and shipping supplies, expanded its service into the Northeast with its
recent acquisition of a Central Pennsylvania facility. The company, headquartered in Milwaukee, purchased
a warehouse property in Harrisburg
to serve as its East Coast distribution center. The 150,000-square-foot
building will allow Associated Bag to maintain an extensive inventory
at all times and supply its regional customers.
Harrisburg Institute of Tae Kwan
Do Inc. will open for business Oct. 1 at 530 Lockwillow Road, also known as Linglestown Commons, in Lower Paxton Township. The lease was negotiated by Bennett Williams Realty Inc., York.
Patsy Watson, doing business as First Lady Inc., will open a full-service beauty salon at 2300-2314 Walnut
St., Susquehanna Township. The
2,400-square-foot space is undergoing renovations, and the salon is
expected to open in late September. Commercial Realty Group Inc. in Lemoyne handled the long-term lease negotiations.
Quality Insights of Pennsylvania, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to review and improve care provided to Medicare beneficiaries, leased approximately 6,000 square feet of
office space at 2601 Market Place in Commerce Park, Harrisburg. Lease negotiations were handled by NAI/Commercial-Industrial Realty Co., Wormleysburg.