Portfolio Category: Attractions

Maryland State Parks

Penza Bailey Architects works closely with the Maryland Department of General Services and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to ensure that all visitors have an enjoyable time at the parks. The 600-acre Smallwood State Park was not ADA compliant and accessible to all park visitors. Penza Bailey Architects enhanced the park by creating accessibilty to mini…
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Baltimore Yacht Club

In order to add value to the BYC membership, Penza Bailey Architects was asked to improve an inefficient lower level meeting room to create a more functional and fun event space, while maintaining a focus on the views of Middle River. As a private club, the budget was a particular concern, therefore careful material and detailing decisions…
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Bright Meadows Clubhouse

The Bright Meadows Clubhouse was one of several Clubhouses that Penza Bailey Architects designed for WPM Real Estate Management for their apartment and townhouse communities. The Clubhouse is intended to provide both a leasing and management function, as well to provide an asset to the community, in this case, a leasing office that doubles as a community…
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River’s Crossing Clubhouse

The River’s Crossing Clubhouse was the first of several Clubhouses that Penza Bailey Architects designed for WPM Real Estate Management for their apartment and townhouse communities. The Clubhouse is intended to provide both a leasing and management function, as well to provide an asset to the community, in this case, a community exercise room and meeting room.…
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Yorkewood Clubhouse

The Yorkewood Clubhouse was one of several Clubhouses that Penza Bailey Architects designed for WPM Real Estate Management for their apartment and townhouse communities. The Clubhouse provides both a leasing and management function, as well as provide assets to the community, in this case, a community meeting room and laundry. Although the building was designed within a very…
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Civil War Museum

South Mountain State Battlefield seeks to preserve and interpret the first major Civil War battle to take place in Maryland. Fought on September 14, 1862, the Battle of South Mountain was a critical turning point in the American Civil War. The Union victories at South Mountain and Antietam (fought three days later) led President Abraham…
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Rockwood Manor

Rockwood Manor is an education and nature complex on extensive acreage located within the M-NCPPC system. Following extensive existing site and building analysis and evaluation including all architectural, structural, and MEP systems, we provided a written feasibility/scope study report with recommendations and probable costs.   The project involved the major renovation of registered landmark historical…
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Port Discovery Childrens Museum

Developed in collaboration with Walt Disney Imagineers, the design of the Port Discovery Children's Museum required the complete rehabilitation and adaptive redevelopment of an existing historic "Fish Market" to incorporate all public functions. The original Baltimore Fish Market Building was completed in 1898, and all new or renovation work had to comply with the Maryland…
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Conmy Hall

Conmy Hall is the armed force's primary facility for ceremonial events. Built in 1934 as a riding hall, the building celebrates its vintage industrial character with exposed brick walls, concrete grandstand, riveted steel roof trusses and wood roof deck. Having undergone only limited maintenance and upgrades since it opened, this project involved a full systemic…
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Brookside Garden

This multipurpose conference / education center blends harmoniously with its natural surroundings and houses all horticultural education and visitor functions for Brookside Gardens. Surrounded by trees, it sits on a knoll overlooking a large pond. Comprised of rough, earth-tone stone, the exterior blends seamlessly with the landscape. The building is constructed of concrete masonry bearing…
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