Camden Yards Ballpark

Baltimore, MD
HOK Sport
Barton Malow/Sverdrup, Danobe Construction

Project Overview

Construction on Camden Yards Ballpark, home of the Baltimore Orioles, began in June 1989, and was completed in approximately 33 months. The ballpark became the official home of the Baltimore Orioles on April 6, 1992. The Shockey Precast Group teamed with Maryland Stadium Authority and architect HOK Sport for the Camden Yards Ballpark project, and later, for the Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Stadium project.

Project Details

Ballpark for the Baltimore Orioles
1 Million SF
Completed in 33 months

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"Metromont was an excellent partner and worked seamlessly, closely to collaborate almost as an extension of our design team. It’s incredible how quickly it all came together.”
Scott Johnston
AIA Johnston Design Group
"The precast concrete design was able to meet the stringent performance requirements of the structure while providing an aesthetically pleasing, sustainable final product at an affordable price point."
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Townes + Architects
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K.J. Jacobs, AIA
McMillan Pazdan Smith

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