It was a two-fer for several hundred folks who came to Tide Point June 18. Although they came to help Ayers Saint Gross celebrate its 100th anniversary, they also got to enjoy the last day of Baltimore’s Star-Spangled Sailabration bicentennial celebration of the War of 1812 at the party, which took place on the Tide Point pier outside the firm’s headquarters, where the Japanese Coast Guard ship was docked.
Baltimore-based architectural, planning, design and landscape architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross begins a year-long celebration of its 100th anniversary tonight with a harborside VIP celebration event at its Locust Point headquarters.
It’s a place where you’ll often find people playing “beach” volleyball. But someday, it could also hold performances, sculptures and public gardens. Those are some of the ideas Baltimore architectural firm Ayers Saint Gross has for revamping the stretch between Federal Hill and the Inner Harbor so Rash Field is used more by residents and tourists. The designs build upon the city’s goal of making the harbor swimmable and fishable by 2020 and received an award from the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Maryland and Potomac chapters.
Mr. Wheeler is President of Ayers Saint Gross and has more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of the architectural profession. He is responsible for the development of Ayers Saint Gross’ nationally recognized Comparing Campuses Poster, a statistical database of more than 170 college and university campuses. Watch the Video >>