RSU/MSAD #64 is a school district that provides public education to students from the Towns of Bradford, Corinth, Hudson, Kenduskeag and Stetson. Currently, there are five elementary schools in the District. Harriman was commissioned to design a new consolidated elementary school for RSU #64. The new school was constructed in Corinth and the five existing … Read More
Mechanics Savings Bank came to Harriman seeking a redevelopment of their Branch Bank and Executive Offices. Extensive research and concept planning was done to choose a site for the new branch bank and renovation of the existing office building. Together with Mechanics Saving Bank and Landscape Architects TJD&A, Harriman developed a campus plan which connects … Read More
Harriman completed an assessment of the historic Moody School (1905), an unused asset on the Good Will-Hinckley Campus. The study evaluated the suitability of the building’s use as educational space for the newly chartered Maine Academy of Natural Science (MeANS). Harriman prepared an overall building analysis including evaluation of the existing building envelope, interior spaces, … Read More
Harriman was commissioned to study options to renovate and expand the high school, a neighborhood landmark for over 50 years, which consists of several additions from the 1950s through the mid-1990s.
The facility was in need of improvements to bring the school up to current educational and safety standards. Initial tasks included evaluation of the … Read More
This new high school is designed to support the innovative teaching techniques in use in the district, which participates in a national organization, the Coalition of Essential Schools. The academic wing has 15 self-contained learning communities, each for 100 students who are taught by an interdisciplinary team. A performing arts wing has a 1,000-seat theater … Read More
Harriman provided professional design services for a renovations within The Jackson Laboratory (TJL) Research Animal Facility (RAF) to accommodate new MNBF & ABSL-2 Facilities, located in Unit 1 (B01) and FGB (B55) respectively.
The first renovation space converts approximately 2,500 square feet of existing mouse rooms to state-of-the-art Mouse Neurobehavioral Phenotyping Facility (MNBF) animal holding … Read More
The owners of this new restaurant and bar in Portland’s Old Port Historic District are noted chefs returning to Portland’s vibrant culinary scene. Built in 1824, the building purchased by this pair was initially used as a warehouse storing provisions for ocean-going ships docked at Wharf Street, near the building’s back door.
The original character … Read More
Voters approved a new 163,000 square foot school to be built adjacent to the existing school. The site of the old school was demolished and the space became additional parking.
The new 770 student intermediate school is designed to expand to accommodate 100 additional students. Modern building systems and a geothermal heating and cooling system … Read More
The City of Dover’s Downtown Pedestrian and Vehicular Access and Streetscape Study continues the revitalization of Dover’s historic urban core. The study focused on rebalancing the downtown circulation and streetscape network so that future conditions may support a mixed-use environment that is more convenient, pleasant, and economically vibrant. The study envisioned a revitalization plan with … Read More
Acadia Insurance, a regional insurance company in the Northeast, retained Harriman to renovate a 10,551-sq.-ft. section of their home office in Westbrook to allow for an expansion of operating space, meeting, and training space. The renovation was phased to allow expansion while providing space for operations to continue during construction.
Renovations included a flexible lecture … Read More
This new pre-k through grade 8 facility replaces several smaller classroom buildings and portable classrooms.
Classroom clusters are joined together by naturally daylighted common spaces that allow for group work, as well as breakout space. Rooms for special services are located at the core of the building near stairs for easy access by all students … Read More
Designed to fit team teaching and the “school within a school” concept, this new facility has three “villages,” each accommodating 200 students.
Kindergarten classrooms are clustered together at the village crossroads. The entrance to each village has a unique character and design. Students remain in the same village through grade 3.
With community spaces at … Read More