Coastal Ace Hardware

Falmouth, Maine (2001)

Coastal ACE Hardware was shoe-horned onto a tight 0.85 acre site in Yarmouth’s Route One Retail District. An articulated 8,400 SF Pre-engineered metal building, which was designed to echo a train station typology, complements the scale and proportion of the surrounding retail buildings.

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Bangor Savings Bank ATM Kiosk

Portland, Maine (2011)

24/7 Compact Urban Infill.  The Bangor Savings Bank needed to establish an ATM presence in Portland’s Old Port District and turned to ALPHAarchitects to design and guide the project efficiently through Portland’s complex planning and permit process.  All goals were achieved in this modern and efficient 24/7 banking kiosk.

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Hascall & Hall

Portland, Maine (2011)

 

Hascall & Hall (www.hascallandhall.com) have been Portland’s masonry experts since 1948. We worked together with RDB Construction to update Hascall & Hall’s old brick warehouse space into modern offices that embraced the existing masonry character while providing a code compliant, energy efficient structure that will meet their needs now and into the future.

 

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NYC Retail

New York City, New York (Summer 2011)

In the heart of New York City, this project included three building retail upgrades and facelifts in the blighted city area. These projects are located on Madison and Columbus Avenues. Upgrades include elimination of roll-up grille storefronts for new bright retail marketplace with stainless steel awnings and canopies, vandal resistant glass, new building lighting, custom signage, etc.

 

 

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Port City Music Hall

Portland, Maine (2008)

From Fashion Shows to Music Concerts, the Port City Music Hall has been the haven for both visual and performing arts in the Congress Street Arts District in Portland, Maine. This performance venue has 660 occupancy which includes 2 stages, 3 bars, a new kitchen, a Green Room, 16,093 SF and a private function room. Portland’s premier midsized nightclub and music venue was designed in collaboration with interior designer Joshua Bergy.

 

*Visit the Port City Music Hall website.

 

*Featured in Maine Home and Design Magazine.

 

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