Judy L. Johnson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Harriman’s commitment to sustainable design is not only evident with the buildings that we design. We are also committed to reducing the use of fossil fuels by complying with the guidelines of the 2030 Challenge; and to reducing our energy consumption by documenting our energy reduction strategies and results with the American Institute of Architect’s 2030 Commitment.
The incorporation of sustainable strategies has been a hallmark of Harriman’s practice long before LEED or other incentive scoring systems were in existence. Core to Harriman’s philosophy is that we should conserve our limited resources and be good stewards of the planet by designing with sustainable materials and engineering systems that reduce our overall energy consumption.
Associate, Civil Engineer
The Miller Library at Colby College is the centerpiece of the campus and the heart of the academic environment. Accommodating … Read More
Voters approved a new 163,000 square foot school to be built adjacent to the existing school. The site of the … 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
Harriman designed a new community center to serve as a beacon of public engagement for the City of Presque Isle. … Read More
The owners of this new restaurant and bar in Portland’s Old Port Historic District are noted chefs returning to Portland’s … Read More
This design-build project created a 43,000-sq.-ft. addition to the existing historically significant Building 170. The expansion and the inclusion of … 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