The Boody-Johnson House has been an important historic contributor to both the Bowdoin College campus and its adjacent neighborhood. Originally designed by Gervais Wheeler and built in 1849, the property has served many uses, including most recently academic department offices. A striking example of Gothic Revival architecture, Wheeler designed the “English Cottage” for Henry Boody, … Read More
Harvest on the Common is a public-private partnership for the development of a $60 million, 300,000 square foot, master-planned project comprised of a vertical urban farm, residential housing apartments and a four-story parking structure located in the heart of Westbrook, Maine’s downtown district.
Urban farming on a commercially viable scale poses unique challenges. Working collaboratively … Read More
The new Edward Little High School replaces the existing 1950s school building. It provides 280,000-sq. ft. of 21st century learning spaces, integrated Career Technical Programs, 1,200 seat auditorium and a full complement of athletic fields. The school will serve as a Satellite Career Technical Center to the neighboring Lewiston Regional Technical Center. This partnership allows … Read More
St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center is providing space for a new Community Clinical Services – Pediatrics Practice (a federally qualified health center) within the existing Women and Infants Building. The project is designed and will be constructed within a very limited budget and limited space. It is designed for a staff of 6 providers, with … Read More
The design of Maine Maritime Academy’s Center for Engineering and Applied Research combines an engineering curriculum, research, and sustainable building systems into a leading-edge facility that competitively positions the college as a leading educator for the 21st century.
Interdisciplinary research and collaborative study hallmark the philosophy behind the organization of labs, classrooms, computing facilities, and … Read More
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
The Jewish Community Alliance of Southern Maine engaged Harriman to provide planning and design services for a new community center located on a prominent location in Portland, Maine. The new building provides the necessary facilities to allow the JCA to expand programs and services as well as increase its involvement in the community. The 19,000 … Read More
Harriman renovated the Morton Hall Residence at Dartmouth College. The redesigned space has amenities the residence hall formerly did not have, such as an elevator, filtered water fountains, lounge and study spaces on every floor and 84 beds, 13 more than the original design. Morton now has 36 single rooms, four single rooms with private … Read More
The Miller Library at Colby College is the centerpiece of the campus and the heart of the academic environment. Accommodating changes in library use as well as a desire to upgrade systems and restore significant historic features of the venerable building were priorities as Colby embarked on this major 72,000 square foot, 4-story renovation.
Harriman’s … Read More
Since a new elementary school was approved to be constructed on the original Lewiston High School athletic fields, Harriman designed an entire new athletic field complex on nearby portions of the high school campus. This gave Lewiston Public Schools the opportunity to create up-to-date athletic fields and facilities to replace their aging infrastructure. Harriman civil … Read More
Voters approved a new 163,000 square foot school to be built adjacent to the existing school. The site of the old school was demolished and the space became additional parking.
The new 770 student intermediate school is designed to expand to accommodate 100 additional students. Modern building systems and a geothermal heating and cooling system … Read More
Adams Hall, built in 1861, was originally designed to house science laboratories and the state’s first medical college. To accommodate program changes, significant renovations were needed to increase the number of faculty and department offices, and to add new classrooms, department common areas, and conference spaces. The renovations also added an accessible entrance and elevator … Read More
The Mildred L. Day Elementary School is the de facto community center for the Town of Arundel. But over the past 20 years two of the four school classroom wings had been settling because they were improperly built on very soft soils. One wing settled 18” since it was constructed in the 1980s. These … Read More
For the last 10 years enrollment at Central Maine Community College increased by 80% without any increase in instructional facilities. To address the growing needs, Harriman was commissioned to design a new building that could house science labs, classrooms, and new technologies to expand existing high demand degree programs and add new ones.
This new, … Read More
New Hampshire Hospital in Concord is the State of New Hampshire’s Acute Psychiatric Services Hospital. Harriman was contracted to renovate the existing admissions unit to create a new Inpatient Stabilization Unit.
The new unit provides a secure and confidential admitting unit with two examination rooms. Patients are then either directly admitted to an existing unit … Read More