Harriman Announces Expansion of Healthcare Design Studio

Aug 13, 2011.

Harriman, a full-service architecture and engineering firm with offices in Maine and New Hampshire announces the expansion of their healthcare design studio with the addition of two senior healthcare architects.

Richard Borrelli, AIA, joins Harriman with 25 years of professional experience in healthcare facility programming, planning and design, bringing extensive expertise to the firm. His experience ranges from ambulatory care to acute care and includes renovations, expansions and new construction projects, with the focus on creating healing environments that respond to patient, staff and physician needs. Prior to joining Harriman, Richard served as Design Director for the in-house architectural arm of Trinity Health, a national Catholic healthcare provider, giving him a unique perspective as both client and architect simultaneously.

He has both a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from Ball State University College of Architecture & Planning.

Richard resides in South Portland with his wife, Danielle, and their three young sons.

William Pogar, AIA, comes to Harriman with over 30 years of professional experience, 15 of those years focused in healthcare design, encompassing all aspects of planning and design. Prior to joining Harriman, Will spent nearly 10 years as Maine Medical Center’s in-house architect, giving him a unique understanding of how healthcare institutions function.

William has both a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Vermont and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Idaho College of Architecture, Moscow, Idaho.

William, his wife, Nancy, and their two sons are long-time residents of Scarborough.

“These two key hires are part of the firm’s strategic plan that will allow Harriman to grow and expand our expertise in healthcare design,” says Harriman President Clifton Greim. “Richard and Will bring a broad range of experiences, skills and value that enhance our existing healthcare team.”