Steven G. Cecil, AIA, ASLA
Historic buildings are important cultural assets that should be preserved and maintained as a link with the past. However, the very features that make historic buildings special are the same features that often pose problems for their use in the present. Harriman is expert at delivering designs that allow historic buildings to fit today’s needs without threatening or destroying their distinguishing features. We have a great deal of experience with historic preservation at the local, state, and national levels. We use innovative and historically accurate techniques to restore key architectural features and we design building systems to meet modern day standards while being as unobtrusive as possible.
A collection of antique furniture and artwork bequeathed to this small, liberal-arts college set the theme for a renovation that … Read More
Two of the three buildings that make up this small city’s art museum were recently restored and opened again after … Read More
A sensitively designed addition to the home of Senator Margaret Chase Smith created a scholarly library where her official papers … Read More
A meticulous renovation created an elegant oceanfront inn that is now the centerpiece of this college’s culinary-arts and hotel management … Read More