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11:19am EDT October 30, 2001

Burns & Scalo Roofing Co. has received roofing contracts for the Steubenville Ambulatory Surgery Center, the Hancock Co. Bank in Chester, W.Va., and Plotkin Bros. in Glassport. It also has been awarded the rooftop garden project of the Gimbels Landmark Building.

Oral and Facial Surgery Center LLC has opened in Hermitage. The facility offers dental and facial surgical services.

Guardian Self Storage has opened a 725-unit storage facility in Monroeville. The 90,000-square-foot facility includes 25,000 square feet of climate-controlled storage space to protect high-value or temperature-sensitive items.

CommuniTech has been selected by Promote It Inc. to develop a strategic and tactical marketing plan for its digital file management and promotional material management services. CommuniTech also has signed a contract to provide marketing services to Solution Creation LLC, a business and technology consulting firm focused on the financial services industry.

Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Inc. has established Heroes of Flight 93 Memorial Fund at the Pittsburgh Foundation with an initial contribution of $100,000. The proceeds will finance the design, construction and maintenance of a memorial at the site of the Sept. 11 crash of Flight 93.

Cianflone Scientific Instruments Corp. has been appointed by BELEC Spektrometrie Opto-Electronik GmbH of Germany as the exclusive distributor of its complete line of optical emission spectrometers in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Aquent Partners, an agency for Web and creative talent, has moved its office to space in the newly renovated Bathhouse building in Lawrenceville.The MBA program for women at Chatham College has received a $125,000 grant from PNC Financial Services Group.

All Aboard Travel has joined online travel booking service pittsburghflights.com. The service allows travelers to price shop, book flights and choose hotel room locations and other amenities.

Repal Construction Co. Inc. has been awarded the general contracting and construction contract for the second phase of the Jeannette Industrial Park.

Barnes & Noble Inc. has opened a store in the Town Center at the Waterfront in Homestead. The 24,000-square-foot store employs 60.

GNC Inc. has opened a new headquarters store at 300 Sixth Ave., Downtown.

Integral Technologies LLC has introduced software that optimizes resource allocation and route sequencing for the service delivery and utilities industries.

Windows Unlimited has moved its south Pittsburgh location to Route 51 in Pleasant Hills.

Repal Construction Co. Inc. has received the contract for the Cranberry Township Library expansion and renovation and the contract for a 6,000-square-foot Panera Bread store in the South Park Shops in Bethel Park.

Kacin General Contractors has begun construction of a 36,000-square-foot office and manufacturing facility for AP Services Co. in the Northpointe Industrial Park in Slate Lick. AP Services supplies mechanical packing, gaskets and seals worldwide to the power generation, pulp and paper, petrochemical, chemical and wastewater treatment industries.

George Conte Design Consultants Inc. has been awarded the design contract for three Courtyards By Marriott Hotels in Toronto.

The Oncology Nurses Society has purchased a seven-acre site in RIDC Park West for construction of a three-story, 104,000-square-foot headquarters facility.

Cuddy Roofing Co. has received the roofing contract for a new Giant Eagle supermarket in Lower Burrell.

Verizon Wireless has opened a contact center in Cranberry Township.

LaunchCyte LLC has secured an exclusive option to commercialize an Indiana University quantum bead technology with the potential to accelerate drug discovery and clinical diagnostics.

Pittsburgh-based FastForward has entered into a strategic partnership with UbiQ, through which FastForward will process transactions, facilitate payments and commissions, manage and deliver inventory, and provide multilingual customer service for all UbiQ's orders worldwide. UbiQ is a provider of bundled software solutions for Fortune 1,000 original equipment manufacturers.

CTR Systems has been selected to install a new ''pay-on-foot'' parking system at Carnegie Mellon University's East Campus Garage.