Pennoni's Baltimore Office Relocates to the Warehouse at Camden Yards
At 1,016 feet in length, the Warehouse is the longest brick building east of the Mississippi River. In addition to being a part of the stadium infrastructure, this building is a completely restored circa 1905 railroad fixture. The warehouse was originally used by the B&O railroad company, which was headquartered in Baltimore, to store up to 1,000 boxcars full of merchandise. Despite its length, the building is just 51 feet wide. Since renovation, the warehouse became home to the Orioles’ management offices and houses the Orioles' ticket outlets and team shop, banquet facilities, and sports bars and restaurants.
“We are very excited about our expansion at this new location in Baltimore,” stated Maureen T. Decker, Office Principal. “Not only will this give us a better opportunity to expand our client base throughout the Baltimore region but I find it very fitting that our new home to preserve and renew public and private infrastructures of the future will be housed in a century old facility so rich in transportation history.”
For more information, contact Maureen T. Decker, Office Principal at (410) 878-9550, extension 3190 or via email at mdecker@pennoni.
Pennoni Associates Inc., established in 1966, is a leading multi-disciplined consulting engineering firm that provides personalized services to all levels of government, private, commercial and industrial clients as well as construction and other professionals. Pennoni employs over 800 professional, technical and administrative personnel in 20 offices throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New England, Maryland and New York. An employee–owned firm, Pennoni has received numerous awards for its work as well as its corporate culture. Engineering News Record currently ranks Pennoni as number 190 in the Top 200 Environmental Firms list, number 131 in the Top 500 U.S. Design Firms list and number 95 in the Top 100 Pure Design Firms List. Visit www.pennoni.com for more information.