Sebago Lake Cottage

North Sebago, ME. Unique Summer Cottage moved around Sebago Lake instead of being demolished. This Cottage was taken down piece by piece with a crane and shipped around the lake in tractor trailers. It was then reassembled on a new foundation. The move was featured in an article in the September 2001 issue of This…

Pennelville Homestead

Deep Energy Retrofit and Addition to a 1837 farmhouse in the Pennellville Historic Shipbuilding District of Brunswick. Designed by Architect, Elizabeth Newman in concert with Taggart Construction, balancing attention to historical details with new building techniques and materials. A portion of the original building was lifted to pour a new ICF foundation connected to original stone foundation which was insulated…

Quahog Bay Farm

Harpswell, ME. Designer: Kevin Moquin, AIA, LEED AP Renovation of this family summer residence included converting the existing barn to a new energy efficient year round residence with the original antique cape-style home retained as guest quarters. The restored porch serves as a gathering area connecting the old and new living spaces. Major renovation with sustainability…

Victoria Mansion

Portland, ME. Installation of restored stain-glass daylight. Adaptive reuse of carriage house including: retail store space, tiled bath, kitchenette, office space, laundry. Staging/Scaffolding to assist consultants in preparation for complete restoration of the brownstone facade on tower.

Abbagadassett Farmhouse

Bowdoinham, ME. Designer: Mac Collins, AIA This renovation includes the jacking and leveling of portions of an 1840 farmhouse, gutting an existing addition to the home and adding a new addition. The scope of work comprises the following: Strengthen 1840’s home foundation without damage to original plaster, and installing new ICF (insulated concrete foundation) under additions…