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.
This new middle school, located on the same site as the elementary and high schools, serves students in grades 5 … Read More
After fire destroyed the 50-year-old Gibson Gymnasium, an original Harriman-designed building, the firm was commissioned to design a new athletic … Read More
This new high school located on a 120-acre site replaced an outdated facility on a small, in-town site.
Classroom wings … Read More
A new three-story, 41,500-sq.-ft. Adirondack-style co-ed residence hall was designed as part of a new campus for this high school … Read More
Harriman was recently commissioned to provide architectural and engineering services for the planning, development and construction of a new school … Read More
Harriman recently conducted a comprehensive district-wide facilities study of all the schools in RSU #21. The scope of the study … Read More
The current Newmarket Middle & High School was built in September 1925 on a site bordered by Main Street and … Read More
Harriman worked with Beacon Architectural Associates and school leadership to create a campus master plan for Xaverian Brothers High School … Read More