Harriman is working with the City of Easthampton to create a Strategic Plan for the Downtown. After assisting the City in developing a “Complete Street” vision for their main commercial street – Union Street, Harriman was engaged by the City to create a Strategic Plan for their entire Downtown. The planning area comprises … Read More
Harriman prepared the feasibility study to establish the most beneficial location and budget for creating a new Harbormaster facility in Gloucester. As a large commercial and recreational port with many dispersed mooring areas and landings, Gloucester’s Harbormaster operations employ a large staff, boats and equipment. This study evaluated the operational, regulatory, and financial implications … Read More
Harriman worked with the Town of New London, New Hampshire on recommendations aimed at determining the optimal design and location for the Town’s Police Department and Recreation Department, as well the future of the historic Whipple Memorial Town Hall and Buker Building. The fundamental goal of the study was to determine if the current … Read More
The program for Harriman’s Portland office location required utilization of the building’s lower level to meet space requirements. A large opening cut in the upper level floor framing integrates the upper level with the below-grade lower level, which has a low floor-to-ceiling height of 7’-6”.
Meeting areas, offices, and mechanical and electrical rooms, are located … Read More
Harriman is assisting the Village of Mamaroneck with the preparation of zoning articles that will allow a mix of uses into an active industrial area, including Maker spaces, retail associated with industrial uses, and restaurants. Our colleagues at Chazen are developing a corresponding Generic Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS). The future zoning articles are intended to … Read More
Harriman was chosen by the University of Southern Maine to develop a concept design for the proposed Center for Excellence for Educator Preparation. The project anticipates renovations of existing classrooms to create a new home for the University’s education program – a place for peer interactions, faculty recruitment, and curricular exploration. Key to the design … Read More
West Falmouth Crossing is a three story suburban office building in Southern Maine. Built in 2001 to house operational departments for a local bank that was acquired by TD Bank, it has been occupied by the same organization throughout that time. Comprising approximately 143,000 square feet, the majority of the floor plate is open office … Read More
With a rapidly expanding population, Westbrook Middle School quickly outgrew its walls within six years of the original opening in 2010. The original design was done in a manner to allow for expansion to the third floor of six classrooms. Six additional classrooms were also added to the end of the building to give a … Read More
Harriman recently designed repaving and new site lighting at the Bangor Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) in Bangor, Maine. This project included detailed site survey with Ground Penetrating Radar to identify existing buried utilities. Site survey was prepared to confirm to NAD83 horizontal datum and NAVD88 vertical datum for ease of conversion to Arc GIS. … Read More
A meticulous renovation created an elegant oceanfront inn that is now the centerpiece of Southern Maine Community College’s culinary-arts and hotel management training programs.
Harriman was commissioned to turn vision into reality through images of what this new, fully accessible retreat, Travis Mills Foundation, will look like by providing renderings for fundraising efforts.
The Harrison Lyseth Elementary School supports 500 students in grades Pre-K to 5. The building was constructed in the 1950s and had seen little change from its original state. In 2017, the City of Portland passed a $64 million referendum to renovate four of its older elementary schools. The Lyseth school was selected to … Read More
Harriman provided professional design services for renovations within The Jackson Laboratory (TJL) Research Animal Facility (RAF) to accommodate new MNBF & ABSL-2 Facilities, located in Unit 1 (B01) and FGB (B55) respectively.
Working in close cooperation with the Lewiston School Department, Harriman staff provided site selection services for a focused-area search and confirmation of the most appropriate site for the replacement of the Pettingill Elementary School, the Raymond A. Geiger Elementary School. The School Department had previously identified several sites, and Harriman investigated them and … Read More
As part of a district-wide restructuring, the Margaret Chase Smith Elementary School is being renovated and expanded to accommodate approximately 520 Pre-K-4th Grade students. Originally utilized as a smaller elementary school, the renovations and expansions are a result of a number of school closings and consolidations aimed at providing equity across the district while reducing … Read More
Maine Housing is an independent state agency that assists low and moderate income families with housing and assistance suitable to their needs.
Due to space needs at their current rented office location in downtown Augusta, the agency purchased an existing office building located at 26 Edison Drive with the intent of renovating the space into … Read More
The goal of the Center for Biometric Analysis was to expand the research capabilities of The Jackson Laboratory in the areas of mammalian genetics and murine biometric analytics. The project included site development and design of a 19,000 sq. ft. biomedical research facility which consists of physiological and behavioral research laboratories, vivariums, support space and … Read More
The Town of Bedford, New Hampshire selected Harriman to conduct a master plan of 11 municipal facilities. Harriman ’s interdisciplinary team of architects and engineers conducted comprehensive site and facility assessments to identify any significant maintenance or infrastructure issues. Each of the Town’s properties were evaluated based on 32 separate criteria to help pinpoint infrastructure … Read More