Sunset Point Camp
Dellbrook was hired to upgrade core spaces between Valerio and Rodman Hall including reconfiguring the kitchen storage, gym equipment storage and accessible restrooms. Additional accommodations included a new ramp connecting the Rodman Hall to the bunkhouses. For nearly 100 years, Sunset Point Camp has provided a dream vacation at the seashore to over 40,000 low-income, at-risk children aged 6-13 from Greater Boston without regard for their race, nationality, or religious affiliation. Nearly 450 city-based boys and girls travel to Hull, Massachusetts each summer for a one or two week overnight camp experience letting them enjoy the fresh air, learn new talents, receive academic summer support and simply have fun.
The camp, which originally opened in 1919 and is owned by Catholic Charities and considered its crown jewel, has just concluded a nearly $2 million renovation, made possible by a gift received last year from an anonymous family foundation that should ensure it continues to operate for years to come. Construction began in late fall and continued all winter. The final touches were applied in the Spring, 2014.
Architect: BKA Architects, inc.
Owner: Catholic Charitable Bureau of the Archdiocese of Boston, Inc.
Location: Hull, MA