EAC was called upon by RWH Architects to consult on the Atkinson Fire Station in Atkinson, NH. The Fire station was built 17 years ago and started showing signs of deterioration behind the siding last year. Along with RWH, EAC did a complete exterior destructive investigation and provided the client with a full findings report and presentation to the town. Our report cites causes of failure, tracking of water infiltration, the extent of damage and recommendations for repair.
EAC has been hired by the Town of Hollis Maine to act as Owner's Representative for the renovation of their Community Center. As part of the renovation EAC assists with bidding the project, awarding the bid to the most qualified candidate and oversight of project through completion. Our role is not only to keep the project on track but to be the liason between the contractor and the town. EAC is honored to be selected for this job.
EAC is thrilled to be part of this amazing project. The new facility for WEX in down town Portland is currently being designed by our client Archetype. We have been asked to consult on the exterior of the building and assist with the envelope design. This project includes curtain wall glazing, structural glazing and metal panel exterior. A roof top plaza will also be part of this project.Thank you to Archetype for including EAC in this amazing project.
20 Thames Street, Portland ME EAC provided full envelope design, construction drawings and details for this six story mixed use project on the waterfront in Portland. As part of this service we selected products, provided specifications and coordinated assemblies with the architect and other consultants on the project. We are proud to be part of this team of exceptional design professionals and look forward to the construction happening shortly.
This historic home was built in 1801 and has seen many iterations in it's life. EAC was called in prior to the purchase to perform an inspection of the masonry, flashing and slate roof. Also as part of this project, EAC completed drawings to update the 4 apartment units for complete renovation. Last year we had the opportunity to turn an old hardware store on Maine St. in Yarmouth into an exceptional one of a kind home for this amazing couple and their kids. We are now fortunate to be renovating this historic building on High St. EAC assessed the masonry of the structure, the slate roof and the exterior envelope. Next steps are to provide plans for repair to the structure and renovation to the interior. One of the exciting features of this building is the completely intact historic staircase that we will be saving and restoring to like new condition as part of this project.
The current owners of this brick row house, in the West End, came to EAC looking to find their way through a complex change of use for the property.We assisted them with the City of Portland and the State Fire Marshals Office. Life Safety upgrades and a number of other upgrades for compliance of use will get this group into there new space soon. Thank you for allowing EAC to assist you with your important project.