Tops Markets Inc. named Kreher's Farm Fresh Eggs in Clarence the exclusive egg supplier for all Tops Friendly Markets, Wilson Farm Neighborhood Food Stores and B-Kwik Food Markets in New York State and Pennsylvania.
Reimann & Georger, a Buffalo designer and manufacturer of hydraulic tools, introduced an ergonomically enhanced True Blue S-16 HydraSaw that makes horizontal or vertical cuts with ease.
Souter Film and Blue Moon Digital, its post-production division, produced three commercials for the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County. The spots were created by Eric Mower & Associates.
Hot Wings Entertainment Inc. of Buffalo, a promotion, marketing and distribution company, was awarded the license to reproduce an 1867 lithograph of the Lord's Prayer that is displayed at the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Mich. The reproduction will be available at the museum gift shop, other gift shops and bookstores and mail order from Hot Wings.
Buffalo Engineering, a mechanical and electrical consulting firm, received a contract from Clark Patterson Associates of Rochester to provide professional engineering services for a $65 million capital project in the Ramapo Central School District in Rockland County.
Buchanan Ingersoll, a national law firm with an office in Buffalo, recruited a 13-lawyer health care practice from the London firm of Beachcroft Wansboroughs. The firm also opened an office in New York City.
TVGA Engineering, Surveying in Elma was awarded two contracts to conduct regional survey and mapping services for the New York Power Authority, and for the Clark Energy Center. The firm also was selected by the New York State Department of Transportation Region 5 to conduct preliminary and final design services for the reconstruction and widening of two separate sections of Route 240 Harlem Road.
The Western New York Nursery & Landscape Association Inc. announced the winners of its 1999 Landscape Awards Contest: Outstanding Landscape, J&L Premier Landscape, Cheektowaga; Outstanding Design, Seasonal Landscaping & Nursery Inc., Cheektowaga; and Second Place Overall, Artistic Landscape & Decor, Lockport. Artistic Landscape also won an Award of Distinction in the NYS Nursery/Landscape Association's statewide contest. And, the state association presented its 1999 Hall of Fame Award for outstanding contributions to the industry to Dave McIntrye of Unilock Inc. in Buffalo. He was the driving force behind Unilock's expansion to the U.S., introducing the pavers to landscapers and consumers throughout the eastern states.