The Light Rail/MARC Camden Station adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards was shut down for demolition of the existing station and construction of a new station with site improvements. The 3,380-SF Maryland rail project consisted of building an indoor waiting and ticketing area, restrooms, a police substation, mechanical spaces, and renovating a portion of the existing equipment yard. The exterior consists of brick, precast, concrete, storefront/curtainwall glass and glazing, and metal panel fascia with standing seam metal and membrane roofing.
The historic Camden Station has been a transportation hub for Baltimoreans and others since 1856 – even President Abraham Lincoln stopped there on his way to deliver his famous Gettysburg Address. The new station vastly improves existing amenities and transit opportunities for commuters.