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9-11-12: "They are Still in the Light" Maryland's 9/11 Memorial
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69 Maryland residents died as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The 9/11 Memorial of Maryland, which is located at Baltimore's Inner Harbor, was dedicated in 2011 to honor those victims.
Maryland Morning's Tom Hall toured the memorial and the 9/11 exhibit inside Baltimore's World Trade Center. He was led by Douglas Bothner, the project architect for the 9/11 Memorial of Maryland.
The 9/11 Memorial of Maryland team:
Designer & Project Manager – Ziger/Snead LLP Architects
Construction Manager – Whiting-Tuner
Landscape Architect – Mahan Rykiel Associates
Structural Engineer – Robert Silman Associates
Electrical Engineering – Whitman Requart & Associates
Graphic Designer – Pentagram
Lighting Designer – Brandston Partnership, Inc.
Conservator –Fullick Conservation, LLC
Stromberg Conservation, LLC
Stone Distributer – Rugo Stone, LLC
3D Scanning – Direct Dimensions, Inc.