Project Category: Cultural

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

To accommodate the growing excitement around Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Wright-Ryan constructed a new Visitor Center and site expansion. Built …learn more.

3S Artspace

Wright-Ryan worked collaboratively with project partners through an integrated design project delivery to complete 3S Artspace. The adaptive reuse project …learn more.

First Parish Church

Built in 1845 and on the National Register of Historical Places, this Gothic Revival church is a local landmark. Located …learn more.

University of Southern Maine Osher Map Library, LEED Silver

The Osher Map Library had outgrown its space on the University of Southern Maine (USM), Portland campus. Despite significant design …learn more.

Topsham Public Library

The existing Topsham Public Library opened in 1941. Wright-Ryan Construction was tasked with updating the building to suit the needs …learn more.

Maine College of Art (MECA)

Maine College of Art (MECA) consolidated its operation in a famous former department store in downtown Portland, and its presence …learn more.

“Even after substantial completion, Wright-Ryan was there for us. There was no posturing about punch list items, but agreement on what needed to be fixed. There was no stalling, but a sincere desire to get it done right, both to meet our expectations and their own high standards.”


Holocaust and Human Rights Center

University of Maine, Augusta (UMA) and its primary benefactor wanted a world-class facility on campus to promote education, exhibition, and advocacy to …learn more.

Congregation Bet Ha’am

Located in South Portland, Bet Ha’am is a Reform Jewish congregation, whose facility includes a synagogue and a religious school. …learn more.

Freeport Performing Arts Center

Built as the town’s largest performance venue, the center accommodates 500 patrons and features a professional sound and theatrical lighting …learn more.