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Higher Education 

Harriman’s dedicated Higher Education Studio has the experience to deliver innovative, award-winning, sustainable design solutions that transform learning environments. Our integrated team has proven its distinctive ability to provide actionable creative physical design and planning solutions that are specifically tailored to the circumstances of each campus, combining physical, economic, institutional, and public relations perspectives. Services include campus and facilities master planning and design services for academic spaces including classrooms, libraries, research facilities, student life and dining spaces, recreation facilities, performing arts centers, and student housing.

The Higher Education Team

Mark D. Lee, AIA, LEED AP

Principal

David W. Story, P.E., LEED AP

Principal

William H. G. Gatchell, AIA, NCARB

Associate, Senior Architect

Sharon Ames RA, LEED AP BD+C

Project Architect

University of New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire

Health & Wellness offers medical care and wellness education services to UNH students, faculty, and staff. Harriman provided design services… Read More
Dartmouth College

Dartmouth College

Harriman renovated the Morton Hall Residence at Dartmouth College. The redesigned space has amenities the residence hall formerly did not … Read More

Colby College Miller Library Renovation

Colby College Miller Library Renovation

The Miller Library at Colby College is the centerpiece of the campus and the heart of the academic environment. Accommodating … Read More

Southern Maine Community College Computer Laboratory

Southern Maine Community College Computer Laboratory

Southern Maine Community College undertook a comprehensive renovation and redevelopment of its computer science curriculum in partnership with industry IT … Read More

University of New Hampshire Horton Hall

University of New Hampshire Horton Hall

This renovation project improves four existing instructional spaces and the corridor on the building’s second floor. The design updates each … Read More