For the Record - Shenandoah Valley, June 2010

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Blue Ridge Design Studio of Harrisonburg changed its name to Blue Ridge Architects to better reflect the nature of the firm and its work. (Daily News-Record)

Design Concrete Builders Inc. of Harrisonburg was honored by the Virginia Chapter of the American Concrete Institute for its work in building high-performance, energy-efficient housing in Harrisonburg. (Daily News-Record)

General Electric delayed the closing of its Winchester plant until September because of a spike in demand for the incandescent light bulbs made there. Legislation mandating a switch to energy-efficient bulbs by 2012 resulted in an unexpected increase in demand for incandescent bulbs. (The Winchester Star)

James Madison University chose nTelos, a Waynesboro-based telecom company, to provide advanced data services to the school. A 15-year deal, at $282,000 annually, will provide broadband service to the JMU campus. (Daily News-Record)

Rockingham Cooperative will add a 16,000-square-foot fertilizer facility to its Bridgewater operation. One building on site will be replaced and another remodeled as part of the project. (Daily News-Record)

Yount Hyde & Barbour, a Winchester-based accounting firm, bought five downtown lots. The land will be used as parking and for possible expansion to accommodate plans for growth and an increase in training facilities. (The Winchester Star)

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