749009_663028-Seth-KimballSeth Kimball, a landscape architect, recently joined the staff at Mitchell & Associates Landscape Architects in Portland.
Kimball brings more than 12 years of design experience and project management to M&A. Most recently, he was a project manager at Michael Boucher Landscape Architecture in Freeport and worked as a designer at Gawron Turgeon Architects in Scarborough.


Adam McKinnon

PDT Architects has hired Adam McKinnon as a project manager for multi-family housing and K through 12 school projects.
McKinnon comes to PDT from Blackney Hayes Architects in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he was a project architect and technology manager. He has been an adjunct faculty member at Drexel University since 2013, teaching undergraduate and graduate classes in BIM/Revit software.

749009_663028-Carol-GillisThe American College of Healthcare Architects has announced that Carol Gillis, principal at Harriman Architects and Engineers, has earned her board certificate in health care architecture.
Gillis has more than 20 years of experience in health care design and leads Harriman’s Healthcare Design Studio.


Alpha One and the American Institute of Architects, Maine Chapter recently celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act by honoring Maine’s top examples of accessible architecture.
Two top awards, called the Honor Awards, were awarded. The first went to Bucksport architect John Gordon for the design of 363HOUSE for his client and daughter Jessica. Jessica is a C6/C7 quadriplegic – paralyzed from mid-chest down with limited use of arms and hands. The design mandate for 363HOUSE was to support Jessica’s abilities and minimize barriers to an accessible life.
The second award went to WBRC Architects ∙ Engineers for their renovation of the Cross Insurance Arena. The renovations were designed to attract and accommodate larger shows and events, while offering visitors safer and equal access to Portland’s premier sports and entertainment venue.