Building for Generations
For forty years, Wright-Ryan has been building Maine’s great spaces – built environments where Maine’s people have lived, worked, learned and thrived for generations. As we celebrate our 40th anniversary this year and look ahead to the future, learn more about our history and how we are planning to build for generations to come.
Tekαkαpimək Contact Station
The Tekαkαpimək Contact Station at Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument – Tekαkαpimək translates from the Penobscot language to “as far as one can see” and is pronounced de gah-gah bee mook. Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument is located within the present and traditional homeland of the Penobscot Nation. The Tekαkαpimək Contact Station building encompasses 7,896 gross square feet on two levels and is designed for 242 occupants.
Wright-Ryan employees are our most valuable asset. Investing in their development and future strengthens the team, provides advancement opportunities, and leads to higher quality results for our customers. We achieve this by offering internal training programs and the opportunity for external learning and partnerships.
Tom Wright and John Ryan, our founding partners, grew up as childhood friends. Though they found their early careers satisfying, their discussions inevitably landed on a missing key ingredient: working alongside people who cared about each other and shared a commitment to excellence. The idea of Wright-Ryan, a relationship-driven construction firm, hatched from these discussions. Thirty-five years later Wright-Ryan has grown into one of the largest and most respected construction firms in northern New England.
Our Commitment to Sustainability
Wright-Ryan continues to push the envelope, finding new ways to deliver high performance buildings for our clients and our communities. Whether you decide to pursue LEED, Passive House, Living Building Challenge or any level in between, we believe sustainability in any price range is achievable and the benefits to our clients are well worth it.