Baker Community Center Renovation

Renovation | Government | Park District
whole shot of brick building
Project Details

The Henry Rockwell Baker Memorial Community Center was constructed in 1924. Since its inception, the facility has been used as a central meeting place, recreational functions, receptions and overall community meeting space.  Presently, the St. Charles Park District administrative staff operates out of the facility and partner’s with the Baker Center Board to maintain the Baker family’s intent.  It is the desire of the board to undergo a variety of capital improvements to the building including expanding ADA accessibility to each floor level, air conditioning at the first and second floors, expand the current office spaces, provide a canopy at the existing exterior ADA ramp to the lower level as well as incidental improvements and maintenance items.

  • Client

    St. Charles Park District

  • Location

    St. Charles, Illinois

  • Year Completed


  • Services Provided
    • Architecture
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Interior Design
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Structural Engineering
lobby area
wide shot in interior
close up of doors into room
Interior shot into meeting hall
Interior shot into meeting hall
exterior of brick building
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