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Business &
Professional

NOTIFICATION FOR SUBCONTRACTORS,
VENDORS, AND SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR
THE NEW HENRY FORD WEST BLOOMFIELD
HOSPITAL PROJECT

Turner Construction Company will be soliciting proposals from
Pre-Qualified Bidders in the upcoming months for all trades for
the new Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital. Henry Ford
Health System and Turner are committed to maximize
participation comprised of Minority Business Enterprise (MBE),
Women Business Enterprise (WBE) subcontractor
involvement, as well as Oakland County Subcontractors,
Vendors and Service Providers on the West Bloomfield Hospital
Project. To facilitate these goals the Project Team will be hosting
an Outreach Conference on November 14, 2005 at 10:30am to
provide information regarding opportunities for subcontractors,
vendors, and service providers on this Project. A tour of the
project site will immediately follow. Please contact Jason
Schmitt at (313) 596-0500 with any questions regarding the
conference. Interested firms who wish to be considered as a
prime or second tiered bidder for work must complete and
submit a pre-qualification form.

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Magazines Cited

Ferndale-based Metro Parent Publishing
Group is one of six local businesses given the
Small Business Award by Crain's Detroit
Business.
The award is presented annually to entrepre-
Martina
neurial companies in Metro Detroit. "We are
very proud of our success — through innova-
tion and problem solving — in building a publishing group that pro-
vides useful resources to the community," said Alyssa Martina, pub-
lisher of the Metro Parent Publishing Group.
The company publishes two monthly magzines: Metro Parent,
which includes two zoned editions with a readership of 200,000, and
African American Family, with a readership of 80,000. It also pub-
lishes Metro Baby, Going Places, Educator's Edition, The Party Book
and Best of Times magazines. Metro Parent Publishing also has an
events marketing division that produces four annual events. These
include the Autumn Harvest Indian Festival, the Education Expo,
Cover Kids Contest and a Distinguished Speakers Series.

Dr. Allen Lichter, dean of the
University of Michigan Medical
School, has received the Gold
Medal, awarded by the American
Society for Therapeutic Radiation
and Oncology. He was recognized
for his contributions to the treat-
ment of cancer patients, including
a type of radiation (3-dimension-
al) therapy that targets the tumor
and spares adjacent tissues as well
as for his leadership in medical
education and his pioneering
work to develop the lumpectomy.

Robert A. Steingold of
Bloomfield Hills and Geoffrey E.
Orbach of Huntington Woods
have formed the Steingold-Orbach
Group at Smith Barney in Troy,
focusing on comprehensive wealth
management and financial plan-
ning.

Michael S. Leib of West
Bloomfield, a shareholder of the
Southfield-based law firm
Maddin, Hauser, Wartell, Roth &
Heller PC, has been appointed to
the State Bar of Michigan
Standing Committee on Judicial
Qualifications. He is a trial lawyer
at Maddin
Hauser in the
area of business
disputes, real
estate litigation,
employment law
and insolvency
issues.
Leib

Edward H. Pappas of Franklin, a
member in the Bloomfield Hills
office of Dickinson Wright PLLC,
has achieved
recognition in
the commercial
litigation prac-
tice area in
2005-2006 third
annual
Pappas
Chambers USA:
A Guide to
America's Leading Lawyers for
Business. He is honored for his
exceptional talent in corporate
partnership and shareholder dis-
pute litigation. He was also includ-
ed in The Best Lawyers in America
2006.

Shari Stein, principal of Partners
In Design Inc., will be presenting
at the HealthCare Design confer-
ence in conjunction with the
Center for Health Design in
Arizona.

Arlene S. Gorelick of Southfield
has been named Executive of the
Year by the
National
Epilepsy
Foundation. The
award is given to
an affiliate exec-
utive who has
Gorelick
demonstrated
superior leadership skills in all
aspects of the organization's oper-
ations. She is president of the
Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan.

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November 10 2005

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