Baltimore City’s First Net Zero Energy Buildings

Here is an informational video by Grimm + Parker Architects, showcasing two of our educational projects within the Baltimore Community.

Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights & Holabird Elementary/Middle School will be the first NET ZERO ENERGY buildings in Baltimore City, providing state-of-the-art 21st century learning environments for Baltimore City Public Schools.

These prototype schools demonstrate Baltimore’s focus on project based learning, sustainability, and energy conscious schools in urban environments. Stay tuned for more updates, including the Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) installation.

Video Credit: Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights + Holabird Elementary/Middle School from Grimm and Parker Architects.

Bay Brook Elementary Middle School – Under Construction

The Bay Brook Elementary/Middle School project is now under construction. This project consists of approximately 119,000 sf of new construction, to replace two existing facilities and modular classrooms. The new school will feature a three-story classroom wing, with flexible & interactive learning environments throughout the building.

Our team is partnering with Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates – Architects, Maryland Stadium Authority, Baltimore City Public Schools, Brailsford & Dunlavey, Inc., & 21st Century Schools, as we look forward to a successful completion date in November 2019.

Stay tuned for more updates throughout construction!

Robert Poole Building to Open for Upcoming School Year

The Robert Poole Building is home to The Academy for College and Career Exploration (ACCE) and The Independence School, a project within the 21st Century School Buildings Plan. This project renovates the original historic building and demolishes several later, outdated additions, replacing them with two new additions.

Robert Poole Building

Robert Poole Building

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Baltimore Resettlement Center Opens!

We have recently completed the Office Fit-Out for the Baltimore Resettlement Center. This historic restoration and renovation took place at 1900 N. Howard St., in Baltimore. CAM enjoyed the opportunity to take part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony, which featured Mayor Catherine Pugh. #CAMbuilds #BuildingtheMarylandCommunity

 

 

Eastern Family Resource Center Opens!

New Facility Includes Expanded Homeless/Transitional Shelters and Community Health Services

Click the picture above for a recap of the facility or click here for more pictures!