BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA CAMP MANATOC

Building Character

20,000

Total Square Feet

6,000

Square Foot Addition

7,000

Square Foot Pool

PROJECT TYPE

Specialty, Aquatics

LOCATION

Peninsula, Ohio

OWNER

Boy Scouts of America, Great Trail Council

ARCHITECT

Chambers, Murphy & Burge Restoration Architects
Illes Architect Inc.

Boy Scouts of America, Camp Manatoc

Building Character

Camp Manatoc, owned and operated by the Boy Scouts of America, serves as a gathering place for thousands of Scouts across northeast Ohio. Welty has served as the Construction Manager for several key improvement projects over the years including a $2.6 million expansion and renovation of the historic dining hall and the addition of a new fitness and aquatic center. Welty worked with the client to ensure both facilities were constructed to withstand repeated wear and tear as well as making the buildings fully handicap accessible. They also helped maintain the character of the dining hall – which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is thought to be the largest wormy chestnut building in the U.S.

Contact Us

330.867.2400
3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 200
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333

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