Judy L. Johnson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Harriman pursues creative partnerships to design relevant and innovative solutions to human needs. Our work is based on the belief that design is a collaborative human endeavor centered on knowledge, ingenuity, and beauty. Through practicing the art of architecture and the science of engineering, we create environments that honor context, embrace wisdom, and enhance well-being.
Harriman is also an innovative multi-disciplinary planning and design firm headquartered in Auburn, Maine. With a legacy dating back to the firm’s founding in 1870, nearly 150 years ago, Harriman has deep roots in many of Maine’s bucolic cities and towns. Applying a holistic approach, our diverse practice blends planning, urban design, landscape architecture, architecture and engineering to provide our clients with solutions that translate their distinct strategic goals and respond to complex economic, regulatory, and community considerations.
A philosophy of “putting places together” underpins our practice, harnessing the power of our team’s diverse skill sets to solve the challenges facing today’s communities. The integrated nature of our practice means we apply a holistic approach that is based on collaborative teamwork and a commitment to service — an approach verified by the number of repeat clients, and an on-time, on-budget track record. Our clients are able to realize the potential of their buildings, towns, cities, developments, parks and open spaces because they are better planned, better designed, and better engineered.
Principal, Chief Executive Officer
This new 22,500-sq.-ft. addition to the existing 33,700-sq.-ft., two-building office complex provides additional space to allow for projected growth over … Read More
A collection of antique furniture and artwork bequeathed to this small, liberal-arts college set the theme for a renovation that … Read More
Fire protection for the flight line and all facilities at the Maine Air National Guard base is provided from this … Read More
A sensitively designed addition to the home of Senator Margaret Chase Smith created a scholarly library where her official papers … Read More
This new building, five times the size of the cramped facility it replaced, not only meets current Postal Service needs, … Read More
This plan outlines changes to be made to the Maine State Cultural Building so that it will meet space needs … Read More
Renovations to provide a new secure ground floor entrance with a screening room, sample receiving area, and after-hours … Read More
Harriman was retained by the Office of Information Technology through the State of Maine to review their program space requirements, … Read More
The State of Maine and the Maine Public Utilities Commission commissioned Harriman to conduct a study to determine the condition … Read More
A meticulous renovation created an elegant oceanfront inn that is now the centerpiece of this college’s culinary-arts and hotel management … Read More