Welcome to The Public Works Experience
The Baltimore Public Works Museum is now the Public Works Experience!
We are everywhere, keeping you moving day in and day out. Without us, life in our modern world would be nearly impossible, and yet, you hardly know us.
Every day, Public Works help protect our health and the environment, while improving the quality of life in our communities.
Imagine no water, or electricity, or trash removal - we could not last long in our modern world without Public Works!
Bring the kids, and see our waterfront historic landmark in Harbor East, where you can learn all about public works! And while you're here, visit the many shops and restaurants just blocks away in one of downtown Baltimore's fastest growing neighborhoods!
Your support and contributions will enable us to open on Second Saturdays, while we continue to pursue our master plan improvements.
PWE is a 501c3, and your gift may be tax deductible.
American Public Works Assoc., Mid-Atlantic Chapter
American Society of Civil Engineers, Maryland Section
EWRI - Chesapeake Bay
American Society of Highway Engineers, Chesapeake Section
American Water Works Association
Black & Veatch
Chesapeake Section AWWA
David Openshaw, PE and Lily Openshaw, PE
Duke's Root Control, Inc.
Edward and Patricia Bouwer
Gannett Fleming, Inc.
Gray & Son, Inc.
Harford County Department of Public Works
Hazen and Sawyer
Johnson, Mirmiran, and Thompson
Ligon and Ligon
Navarro and Wright
Pascale Stevens LLC
Pennoni and Associates
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Buscarini
Rummell, Klepper, and Kahl
Sheladia Associates, Inc.
Straughan Environmental, Inc.
Thomas J. Iacoboni
Water and Waste Operators Assoc., MD, DE, and DC
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Whitman, Requardt, and Associates
Whitney, Bailey, Cox and Magnani
Special Thanks to our Benefactor, Baltimore City DPW
We are nothing without you!
751 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21202, United States