Rinck Advertising, a Maine based full-service advertising, media and public relations agency with offices in Lewiston, Maine and Annapolis, Maryland retained Harriman through its subsidiary firm Foreside Architects to relocate its main offices from Auburn, Maine to Lewiston, Maine. Rinck Advertising’s main office is the workplace for 40-plus employees.
East Auburn Baptist Church, Auburn, Maine… Read More
The York Community Auditorium project was developed to replace an undersized, outdated, and poorly functioning auditorium that was built with the original school in 1977. In addition, the project includes a multi-purpose space for small athletic venues, and provides much-needed lobby space that also serves the gymnasium and cafeteria.
The auditorium house features a clear-span … Read More
Charter Oak Communities is formerly the Stamford Housing Authority. They commissioned Harriman to prepare a strategy for locating and expanding affordable housing choices within one of the city’s neighborhoods. The strategy was developed in concert with residents, a neighborhood planning commission, and Stamford Hospital which has a major stake in the area. Harriman undertook … Read More
The North End Portsmouth Development is a private, mixed use project that improves a large vacant tract of urban renewal landscape. The North End was an Italian residential neighborhood until the entire area was razed in the early 1970s. The project is a major component of the City’s plan to rebuild this area and to … Read More
Harriman completed a facilities review, site assessment, space needs analysis, concept design, and a cost estimate for a new 15,000-square-foot police facility for the Town of Raymond, NH. The Town requested that the scope of work be completed within a 60-day timeframe, which was met by the Harriman team. Space programming and concept … Read More
Harriman was retained by Lewiston Public Schools to design their new 900+ student elementary school which is currently under construction on the Lewiston High School campus. The new facility is designed to replace and consolidate the existing Martel and Longley Elementary Schools into one new school. Harriman’s services included full services from site selection … Read More
Harriman worked with the Malden Redevelopment Authority, the City of Malden, MassDevelopment, and ICIC to create a framework plan for the Commercial Street Corridor. This area is primarily industrial, with a mix of manufacturing (including food-related production) and other uses. The goal of the study an action plan that would help the … Read More
Harriman completed streetscape design plans along a one and a half mile stretch of Rantoul Street in Beverly. The process included assessment of existing sidewalks, trees, structures, edges, and open spaces. Harriman developed conceptual design plans depicting the character of all of the streetscape elements including: plantings, lighting, walkways, street furnishings and crosswalks. In addition, … Read More
Harriman helped create this new airy, light-filled space acclimates patients to a healthcare environment and promotes wellness. The southern exposure provides an abundance of natural light, while focusing … Read More
Harriman is creating a study that includes a review of all the existing school buildings in the Sanford School Department. In response to district-wide overcrowding and design of a new high school, Sanford’s Pre K – 8th grade capacity and core program was evaluated. The goal is to determine restructuring options for consolidation in … Read More
Harriman is currently engaged in creating a streetscape design for the Maplewood Avenue corridor in Downtown Portsmouth. The design concept, coordinated with numerous active public initiatives and private developments, is to integrate public circulation improvements for all modes of transportation within an attractive streetscape environment. The improved streetscape consists of several segments that will … Read More
For the City of North Adams, Harriman prepared a conceptual streetscape design for the Ashland Street corridor. Using Complete Streets principles, this project was designed to transform a neglected street corridor into an attractive, landscaped link. The plan provides new sidewalks and bicycle lanes, and forges new paths to community destinations. The concept design included … Read More
Harriman developed for Cheverus, a Catholic high school in Portland, Maine, a master plan to help transition the school from an all-boys high school to co-ed enrollment and to accommodate for future growth, phased additions and renovations were recommended.
Two earlier phases renovated an existing residence hall into additional classroom space and new art rooms.… Read More
Harriman is currently engaged in creating a streetscape design for the Lower Village in Kennebunk, Maine. The streetscape design will complement circulation improvements along the streets that converge at Coopers Corner. This prominent crossroads is poorly suited to the flow of vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians that pass through it. The Town is seeking a more … Read More
The project includes a sequence of large interior courtyards above two levels of structured parking. The courtyards are surrounded by apartment units. These courtyards have been designed as activity areas and include small private terraces … Read More
Harriman has served as the architects, building engineers, urban designers, landscape architects and planners for this complex mixed-use development on a compact site in the center of Durham. The development includes 130 housing units and 80,000 square feet of commercial space including a Hannaford’s grocery store, a pharmacy, bank and a variety of restaurants, shops … Read More
Harriman led a multidisciplinary team to establish the redevelopment framework around a series of existing and planned transit nodes in the City of Albany. The region is expanding its Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT) along street corridors that connect neglected and deteriorated neighborhoods to the downtown and regional educational institutions. An extensive land use analysis … Read More