WBCM provided architectural and engineering services for an entry point and an outdoor dining facility at the 1,700-acre Broad Creek Scout Reservation. The two projects were designed and constructed simultaneously. WBCM provided on-site construction supervision for both projects.
WBCM designed the renovations to the historic 3,200 square-foot Henry Rosenburg Jr. Family Reservation Activity and Training Center. The renovation included a new reception center and training center with a 1,200 square-foot addition that provided new public restrooms and conference space. Preservation of the center’s existing board and batten siding and slate shingle roof look, materials, and details was important. In conjunction, WBCM designed a new 4,700 square-foot, open pavilion addition for troop dining known as the OEST Pavilion.
WBCM was also commissioned to prepare alternative concept designs for new kitchen and restroom facilities to be placed in the OEST pavilion. The BSA intends to improve present food service and camp bathing facilities used by Cub Scout troops to meet health department and ADA standards for accessibility. The construction documents were completed for the kitchen and restrooms to be constructed upon appropriation of funding.
Boy Scouts of America
5,900 SF (Total)
1,200 SF (Activity & Training Center)
4,700 SF (Pavilion)
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