Location University of Maine Orono
Work Performed New 60,000 sq ft pre-engineered steel building
Description This 37,000 sq ft expansion will give the University of Maine the only laboratory in the United States to include complete development capabilities: designing, prototyping and performance characterization of large structural hybrid composite and nanocomposite components for the deepwater offshore wind energy industry. All structural components for floating wind turbines will be studied including wind blades, towers, anchors and foundation systems.
Washington Academy's Fine Arts Wing
Location East Machias, Maine
Work Performed Built a 9600 s.f. multi story attachment.
This 9600 s.f. multi story design and engineered by Plymouth Engineering and built by JM Brown had a budget of 1.8 million and adjoined an existing gymnasium complex.
Built on a sloped site, and only steps away from an existing roadway through their campus, JM Brown and Plymouth Engineering worked quickly and without incident to provide the WA students with sunny new learning facility that blends in with the existing campus features.
Note: JM Brown and Plymouth Engineering have been working with Washington Academy on layout and design of new future buildings in order to include them in their capital campaign.
City of Bangor/C&L Aeronautics
Location Bangor, Maine
Work Performed Design Build. New office space & warehouse
Description This $2.2 million project for a new corporate headquarters for C&L Aeronautics is located at the Bangor International Airport. Two pre-existing airplane hangars, built in the 1940’s and consisting of 45,000 sq. ft., were renovated and the 8,500 sq. ft. corporate office was built in the space between the two buildings to create one unified structure. C&L Aeronautics is a multi-national company serving business aviation sectors. This metal building project was completed under major time constraints and during one of the coldest, snowiest winters that Maine has seen in years!
Harold Alfond Stadium
Location University of Maine Orono
Work Performed Building Envelope of Press Box
Description Morse Field at Alfond Sports Stadium, a facility made possible by the generous donation of Harold Alfond, and Phillip and Susan (Keene) Morse, opened in grand fashion on Sept. 12, 1998. The press and luxury box levels, standing approximately 90 feet off the ground, provide both a great view of the contests and the entire athletic complex. On a clear day, one also enjoys a picturesque view of the Stillwater River and Mt. Katahdin. The top level of the building is devoted to media, including booths for three radio stations; a television broadcast area, and a print media room. There are also operations, coaches and statistician booths. Opposite those booths on the press box level are a restroom, elevator entry, media workroom, and small kitchen and storage areas. The lower level has eight luxury boxes, and a University Administration box. Each box is similar to the boxes in Alfond Arena, featuring theatre seating and cable TV access. The boxes also have sliding glass doors to allow air circulation and "pad sound." There is also a men's and women's restroom at the luxury box level. All boxes provide a great view of the field.
Camden Hills Villa
Work Performed 24,000 s.f. renovation converting existing offices to an assisted living center for seniors.
Description Renovation with special requirements designed to work within the existing structural core of the building while upgrading to current state and local code.
878 Stillwater Ave
Location: Bangor, ME
Work Performed: Structural steel building
Description: New Retail Building
The First, N.A
Location: Exchange St, Bangor ME
Work Performed: Interior Bank Renovations
Description: Complete demo and remodel of the former Camden National Bank location to accomodate the new branch of The First, NA. Total project took 2 months from start to finish and included demolition, framing, painting, flooring, trim, acoustical ceilings, lighting, cabinetry, windows, and doors.
National Cold Water Marine Aquaculture Center (Fish Hatchery)
Work Performed 55,000 sq ft in multiple pre-engineered steel buildings, 42,000 sq ft main pre-engineered steel building
Description In response to a Congressional directive, the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) has established a National Cold Water Marine Aquaculture Center (NCWMAC) in Orono and Franklin, Maine. The new research facility, which has just begun basic operations, will be staffed by ARS scientists and support personnel who will conduct a national research program to address the cold-water marine aquaculture industry’s highest priority research needs and opportunities. ARS research programs will complement those of the University of Maine Aquaculture Research Center in Orono and the University’s Center for Cooperative Aquaculture Research (CCAR) in Franklin, Maine, as well as other State, regional, national, and international programs.
Brewer Public Safety
Work Performed Shell of building
Description City fire, emergency response, and law enforcement services are housed in a new 27,000 s.f. state-of-the-art facility designed to meet the city’s needs well into the future, which includes efficient and comfortable living space for fire department staff, a public safety museum, garage, and administrative space.