Another beautiful opportunity for Ervin Architecture to contribute to the built environment of Bangor, Maine. This will be right across the street from the Bangor Waterfront. Farm to table organic cuisine, along with craft beer brewed right on site. A rooftop patio (to be more fully designed at a later date) will have seating with…
This will be our second project for a local university. And again, we are flattered to have been asked to lend our knowledge and expertise to this growing Maine university. A generous donation from Wight’s Sporting Goods has allowed this project to move forward in grand fashion.
The intent is to open a restaurant that will serve wood-fired cuisine, and possibly craft beer (modeled after Bangor Blaze). It will have a cozy atmosphere that appeals to both “out-of-staters” and locals alike.
This is the Phase 2 project to complete the original vision of a two-story tour de force for the Bangor location of the Blaze restaurant franchise.
The Blue Hills Reservation is a popular destination for the Greater Boston area, and Houghton’s Pond receives more visitor’s than any other part of the reservation. Houghton’s Pond bathhouse regularly hosts as many as 100,000 visitors during the summer.
Located in the heart of Roxybury, MA, this was another project by the DCR intended to revitalize the community by renovating a once popular, but long-abandoned ice rink facility. This is an example of a project that has had a profound effect on the community.
The purpose of this historic restoration project was to bring back to life an 1895 library. This three story Victorian structure served as the town’s library, police station, town hall, high-school and is now offices for the school department.
A top-notch restaurant renovation in Bangor, Maine, in an historic downtown making a comeback. This is the second restaurant for the Blaze franchise – it’s first is in Bar Harbor. This is a historic renovation of a two-story space in the old Whig and Courier building.
Finback Restaurant hired Ervin Architecture to be their architect on a very exciting project along one of the main thoroughfares in Bar Harbor, and has asked Ervin Architecture to design a roof garden and lounge complete with a kitchen, and full bar.
The new Downeast Orthopedic Associates Medical Facility will be located on Ridgewood Drive in Bangor, Maine. The building will contain reception & waiting room, medical exam rooms, X-Ray rooms (2), PT/OT area, nurse stations (3), and offices.