Mark D. Lee, AIA, LEED AP
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.
Associate, Senior Architect
A phased renovation to CMCC’s Jalbert Hall included the Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) and involved the creation of several … Read More
This new facility is the landmark building for Maine’s only Catholic college — the first building seen on entering the … Read More
Bowdoin College purchased the two-story residence formerly known as the Stevens Retirement Home to be renovated to accommodate 35 students … Read More
Adams Hall, built in 1861, was originally designed to house science laboratories and the state’s first medical college. To accommodate … Read More
The University of Southern Maine (USM) is aggressively pursuing a sustainable campus and development of sustainable facilities. This new three-story … Read More
The Durham campus of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has several older science buildings, including Kendall Hall. Kendall could … Read More
At the University of Maine at Fort Kent, Harriman designed a system to integrate a wood pellet fired boiler into … Read More
Harriman performed complete analysis and master planning reporting for the University of Southern Maine’s, Gorham campus.
During this master planning … Read More