Downeast Institute Ribbon Cutting on News

August 12, 2018

WABI News video

Marine Research Laboratory

WABI, along with News Center Maine, covered the ribbon cutting and field day of our Downeast Institute project in Beals, Maine.

Downeast Institute featured in MaineBiz

June 29, 2018

MaineBiz ran a story on our marine research laboratory and residence hall project on their web site.

Marine Research Laboratory

The project creates new flowing seawater, dry lab, and incubator space on Beals Island. With exceptionally clean water off its coast, DEI is an ideal location to study the marine biology of the Gulf of Maine.

Mount Desert Islander features athletic storage project

March 7, 2018

The Mount Desert Islander ran a story on our athletic storage and rest facility for MDI High school on its web site.

MDI High School Athletic Storage Building
MDI High School Athletic Storage and Rest Facility

The building will be used to store track and field, football, and other athletic equipment, currently housed in a rented trailer. Solar panels on the roof will generate more electricity than the building consumes, making this partially occupied building net-zero.

WCCC to Host Advanced Firefighter Training in New Howland Hall

March 3, 2016

Our Howland Hall Project at Washington County Community College is featured on the school's web site.

Pre-engineered metal building, PEMB. Insulated metal panels. Triple-glazed windows.

The building is being used to train firefighters, since it's high bay addition allows ladder trucks to fully articulate. The article quotes President Joe Cassidy: Along with the expanded bay, the building’s classrooms have been remodeled and new ones have been added. “The building now has some of the nicest classrooms on campus with lots of natural lighting for our drafting students.”

Maine Home & Design Photo Shoot

October 3, 2016

We were pretty excited to show off the Moore Commmunity Center to Jane Gerber, a photographer working for Maine Home & Design. The facility will be featured in a November article on adaptive re-use.

"The Atrium" community space at the Moore Center. Cloud ceilings, exposed mechanical systems, brick veneer.
The Atrium space

Frenchman Bay Conservancy Lobster Dinner Fundraiser

July 22, 2016

We will be supporting Frenchman Bay Conservancy's capital campaign to improve their home at the Tidal Falls Preserve. Frenchman Bay Conservancy is a nationally accredited land trust in Hancock, Maine, USA. The region FBC serves is eastern Hancock County, focusing on the Frenchman Bay and Union River watersheds.

Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County Garden Party

May 22, 2016

We will be presenting our design for building enhancements to HVHC's facility on Sunday, May 22, 2016. Over the past two years, we have been working with the HVHC staff and board to find ways of improving their physical setting to better carry out their mission.

Rendering looking at the addition from below. Round window, overhanging roof
Hospice addition exterior

 

The Ellsworth American featured our Longfellow School project for an article on energy efficiency.

Longfellow School from above
Longfellow School from above

AIA Code Review Team, 2018 IECC

Mike Sealander has joined the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Code Review Team. The team is providing policy guidance to the AIA on proposed changes to the 2018 International Building Code. Mr. Sealander will be reviewing proposals for the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code. He is a member of the AIA Technical Design for Building Performance community.

Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce 2014-2015 Revitalization Award

Our renovation and addition to the Bryant E. Moore Community Center won the 2014-2015 revitalization award.

Moore Atrium2

Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce 2009-2010 Revitalization Award

Our renovation for the optometry office Eyes PA wins the 2009-2010 revitalization project of the year award. The original building was a bank, designed in the 1960s by Alonzo Harriman.Eyes-Reception

San Diego Magazine ran a story on our residential project on Fern Glen, La Jolla California.

Larry Gratt house