Outward Bound

Cultural, Educational, Non Profit, Historic

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In 2001, Ziger/Snead completed a master plan for the Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound Program which serves students throughout the Mid-Atlantic from their base in Baltimore’s Leakin Park. The program is currently housed in three historic buildings which serve a variety of purposes including office and meeting space, housing for seasonal staff and the storage of food and equipment.

Phase One included a new building and renovations to the existing buildings where expeditions preparation takes place. It contains flexible office, meeting, and student support space and the packout facility where the camping gear is organized and maintained. The new building is intended to fit into its context historically, environmentally and programmatically, and is sited adjacent to the Carriage House in order to improve its function and to minimize its impact on the public space of the park.  

Facts

Design Team: Steve Ziger, AIA; Jeff Morgan, AIA; Joe Cellucci, AIA; Darragh Brady, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; Brian Jonas

Team: Morris & Ritchie Associates, Inc. - Structural Engineer; Glenn Shrum - Lighting Designer

Owner: Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound Program

Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Construction Cost: $2,200,000

Area: 8,000 sf

Completion: 2008

Program: offices, meeting spaces, storage

Photography: Alain Jaramillo

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