Calvert Street Parking Structure


The Calvert Street Parking Structure showcases the design possibilities available with precast. Utilizing a mix of highly articulated thin-brick and architectural precast elements, The Shockey Precast Group delivered a parking structure that blends seamlessly with the surrounding historic Annapolis architecture. The façade’s design called for two colors of thin brick in standard running or Flemsh bond coursing. The presence of highly articulated, ornate cornice and sill details of architectural precast presented additional challenges. The Calvert Street Parking Structure won the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) 2007 Best Public Sector Building Project Over $15 million category.

Project Details

  • Name Calvert Street Parking Structure
  • Location Annapolis, MD
  • Owner Department of General Services, State of Maryland
  • Architect Hayes, Seay, Mattern & Mattern (HSMM)
  • General Contractor Coakley-Williams Construction
  • Size 168,000 SF

The Calvert Street Parking Structure won the 2007 Best Public Sector Building Project Over $15 Million Category, Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA).

 

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