Project Category: Civic
When Wright-Ryan began work on Saco City Hall, we understood that attention to detail was paramount. This 1855 structure is …learn more.
The project won the Historical Preservation Award from the Maine Historic Preservation Commission. The 42,000 square foot four-story structure regained …learn more.
Built as a patient dormitory for the Augusta Mental Health Institute Campus, the Williams Pavilion is a finely detailed example …learn more.
Wright-Ryan was hired by the Town of Topsham to build their town offices after we completed construction at the town …learn more.
The new police station was a critical part of the revitalization of downtown Sanford and was very important to the …learn more.
Municipal and governing buildings are often the pride and center of activity for a community. Wright-Ryan worked to supply a …learn more.
“The Wright-Ryan team lived up to their reputation in every aspect of our tenant fitout construction management project. At the outset, Wright-Ryan paid close attention to our cost and time requirements, providing thoughtful comments and suggestions to help us achieve our construction objectives.”
In the heart of downtown Lewiston stood the old Music Hall, built in 1877. Plans called for it to be …learn more.
Wright-Ryan constructed a new 3-story, 55,000 square foot LEED Certified administrative office building for the Maine Turnpike Authority. This new …learn more.