July 8, 2021

Red House Run Elementary School Construction



The existing 1960’s era brick school building that housed 600 Red House Run Elementary School students, located in Rosedale Maryland, is being demolished to make way for a brand new, much larger, state-of-the-art and energy efficient school building to house the 700+ members of the Wolf Pack! While demolition and construction is taking place, students are learning from the old Rosedale Elementary School building on Old Philadelphia Road. Construction of the new building is expected to be completed in time for the 2023-2024 school year! Consulting work is being done by James Posey Associates, Inc. – a consulting engineering firm located in Owings Mills, Maryland. The new building is being designed by Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects – an architectural firm with offices in Baltimore, Maryland and York, Pennsylvania.

“Campus View” as rendered by Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects
View the entire concept on their website by clicking here


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An enormous amount of site work and putting in the footers!


Demolition completed!


General demolition


Front entrance demolition


The gymnasium has been torn down!


Groundbreaking, finally! After nearly a year of waiting, construction crews have setup shop on the Red House Run Elementary School location in Rosedale! A perimeter fence was constructed and a stormwater management pond has been dug/built.


The portable classrooms (aka “trailers”) have been disassembled and moved into the parking lot for removal. The area where the trailers were installed is being cleaned up. Click on the pictures to see a larger view!


TenThirty.One’s aerial construction documentation has begun! As always, we first capture extensive historic “before” shots to compare how the site has changed. We’ll be capturing routine footage during construction on key days to tell the story of the build. So check back here, or on the YouTube Playlist, for updates!

As Baltimore County taxpayers, and family of teachers (including at Red House Run), we’re excited to see this project come to fruition — and kids to be in a state-of-the-art learning environment — rather than overcrowded trailers!


We’ve captured other projects and areas around Baltimore.

If you’re interested in capturing your construction project – either the entire build or a before/after series – reach out to Jason!