Every year ECCE organizes multiple site tours for conference-goers to explore local industry.  

The cost will be $60 per tour and will take place on Tuesday 10/1. 

AM Tour: Horseshoe Casino Tour 9:30am-12:30pm
PM Tour: Stadium Tour 12:45pm-3:45pm

How to Register

How to add a Site Tour to your current registration:

  1. Visit this link – https://www.badgeguys.com/reg/2019/ecce/register.aspx
  2. Select “Modify existing registration”, click CONTINUE
  3. Enter your registration confirmation number (4-digit number provided in your confirmation email), and your last name, click CONTINUE
  4. Scroll to the Tours section of the form and select which tour you’d like to attend, click CONTINUE
  5. Enter payment information to pay the updated balance due, click SUBMIT

Tour Descriptions

Horseshoe Casino with Curtis Engine & Equipment (AM) 

Tour time 9:30am-12:30pm

Curtis Engine & Equipment is offering a guided tour of an MTU Onsite Energy combined heat and power (CHP) unit. This plant is located on the premises of Caesars Horseshoe Casino in downtown Baltimore. We will speak on the basics of CHP Cogeneration and Trigeneration capabilities. During the tour, we will reinforce this information from the control room, switchgear room, and boiler room of our running CHP power plant. The group will be broken into sub-groups and will rotate through the following four locatons:

–        Curtis Engine & Equipment Introduction

–        CHP Plant Control room and equipment

–        Electrical Substation – Including the ASCO ATS & Switchgear w/SLC

–        Mechanical – Including the Boilers & Chillers


Oriole Park at Camden Yards (PM)

Tour time 12:45pm-3:45pm

Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour, tailor-made for a facilities professional of the iconic and newly minted LEED Gold Oriole Park at Camden Yards. You will explore the control, mechanical, and electrical rooms that keep this 27-year-old stadium in operation. After touring Oriole Park, you will head outside to see the newly renovated Spine (the walkway between the stadiums) on your way to the Generator Plant that keeps the entire Camden Yards Sports Complex running. You can’t visit the Complex without seeing the $140 million dollar upgrades recently completed at M&T Bank Stadium. After taking a walk through the new control room, you might get a chance to take a photo on the field!