Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Location Baltimore, Maryland

Project Detail

Opening on April 6, 1992, it is the first modern, traditional, urban ballpark. Home of the Baltimore Orioles, the 48,876 seat ballpark is built on the site of the B&O Railroad’s Camden Yards. The facility includes the completely restored 19th century brick and heavy timber, seven story, one thousand foot long Camden Warehouse. The Main Concourse Level of the Stadium is framed with cast-in-place concrete using the wide module pan slab system. The balance of the Stadium is framed with structural steel designed and detailed to emulate the late 19th and early 20th century ballparks.

Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers
– Engineering Excellence Grand Award, 1993

AIA Honor Award for Architecture
– 1994

AIA Baltimore Chapter
– Urban Design Award, 1991
– AIA Urban Design Award, 1992

National Organization on Disability, Certificate of Recognition
– ADA Design Award, 1992

Building Congress & Exchange of Metropolitan Baltimore Craftsmanship Program
– Five Individual Awards, 1992

American Society of Landscape Architects
– Honor Award – Design, 1992
– Merit Award – Planning, 1992