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Listen to Episode 5 of Said Differently, ‘The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball,’ Now

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Ballpark

Exposed steelwork. Brick construction. A historic look. An iconic ballpark: Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Barton Malow made its rookie appearance in the sports market in the mid-1930s when we completed a renovation of Navin Field, the then-home of the Detroit Tigers. Since then, we’ve built more than 225 sports projects throughout North American professional sports leagues and Division 1-3 college athletics.

But perhaps no sports project we’ve built is more iconic than Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland.

After opening in 1992, the ballpark changed the way ballparks were designed and constructed. In this episode of Said Differently, we take a closer look at the “ballpark that forever changed baseball” as Oriole Park at Camden Yards celebrates its 30th anniversary and how it helped pave the way for subsequent developments.

Our guests include:

  • Janet Marie Smith, Executive Vice President of Planning + Development for the Los Angeles Dodgers (and former Vice President of Planning + Development for the Baltimore Orioles from 1989-1994)
  • Len Moser, Barton Malow Vice President and 2020 Sports Business Journal “Power Player.”

Said Differently debuted in August 2021 and has since been featured in Construction Dive and also named a top construction-related podcast by the publication.

Visit the Said Differently page for more information on the podcast and to listen to previous episodes.