Daniel W. Cecil, AIA
Harriman designs educational buildings that represent what is important and special about communities throughout New England. Harriman’s dedicated K-12 Education Studio integrates architectural, interior deign, engineering, and planning services to create an efficient collaborative process resulting in high performance buildings that inspire discovery and the exchange of knowledge. Our experience is diverse and comprehensive and demonstrates our expertise in curriculum issues and educational philosophy; educational facility programming, planning and design; educational project funding, including energy efficiency incentives; building systems, maintenance, and material; interior design; and sustainability.
Harriman provided structural engineering services to evaluate the structural capacity of the existing roof framing systems and designed reinforcements to … Read More
RSU/MSAD #64 is a school district that provides public education to students from the Towns of Bradford, Corinth, Hudson, Kenduskeag … Read More
Harriman was commissioned to study options to renovate and expand the high school, a neighborhood landmark for over 50 years, … Read More
This new high school is designed to support the innovative teaching techniques in use in the district, which participates in … Read More
Voters approved a new 163,000 square foot school to be built adjacent to the existing school. The site of the … Read More
This new pre-k through grade 8 facility replaces several smaller classroom buildings and portable classrooms.
Classroom clusters are joined together … Read More
Designed to fit team teaching and the “school within a school” concept, this new facility has three “villages,” each accommodating … Read More
Originally built in 1961 with an addition in 1971, this school has changed very little even though the educational program … Read More
The new school was designed to serve students from Pre-K through grade 6 and features an interior design theme based … Read More