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Baltimore was in a state of complete destruction after the Great Fire of 1904. As a result, the city turned to the members of the engineering profession to plan, design and execute its rebuilding efforts. Collectively, engineers could create partnerships, combine their talents and exchange ideas that would restore Baltimore and its business population.


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The Engineers Club
at The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion
11 West Mount Vernon Place
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Fax 410-783-9372

From Charles Street Northbound

Proceed north on Charles Street until you reach The Washington Monument. Centre Street is at the foot of the monument and you should take the left hand lane past the monument to the first street, which is Mt. Vernon Place. Turn left onto Mt. Vernon Place and proceed two-thirds down the block. We are at 11 West Mt. Vernon Place on your left

From I-95 North

Exit I-95 at I-395 North to the Downtown Exit. Follow I-395 into downtown and bear right as you go past Oriole Park at Camden Yards on your left and The Baltimore Convention Center on your right. Turn right onto Pratt Street, which is a one-way street going east. Proceed three blocks and turn left at Charles Street which is a one-way street going north. Follow directions* for northbound Charles

From I-295 North

Follow 295 into downtown which will become Russell Street. After passing Oriole Park at Camden Yards on your right, turn right onto Pratt Street. Proceed to Charles Street and follow the directions* above.

From I-95 South

Follow I-95 South through the tunnels and exit I-395 to Downtown and follow the directions above.

FromI-83 South

Follow I-83 South into Baltimore and exit at Guilford Avenue. Make a right at the first light, Madison. Travel 2 blocks, take a left at St. Paul Street. Turn right at the next street which is Mt. Vernon Place and continue to the top of the hill where you will see the base of the Washington Monument. Proceed straight through the circle, through the park where you will see a fountain and the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion to your left. At this next intersection, Cathedral Street, make a left and another left back on to Mt. Vernon Place. The Mansion entrance is just 3 doors in from the corner

Did you know?

...The Engineers Club hosts quarterly functions specifically to promote networking between club members. It provides our members with unsurpassed professional and social opportunities.