Oldfields School Faculty Housing Project
Southway Builders was selected as the design-builder for a new faculty housing project at Oldfields School, partnered with local architectural firm Hord Coplan Macht.
The team will design and construct a new 6,000 square-foot building which will consist of four 2-bedroom faculty apartments.
Oldfields School, located in Glencoe Sparks, is Maryland’s oldest girls’ boarding school, founded in 1867. It is situated on more than 130 acres in northern Baltimore County. The new faculty housing project will replace the existing Garden House on the same site.
The new building replaced an outdated building that was demolished and situated between the Head of School’s house and McCulloh Hall, a busy student center with cafeteria, computer labs, and classrooms.