Pierce Place

West Baldwin, ME. Designer: Kevin Moquin, AIA, LEED AP The original Pierce Homestead was constructed in the 1790’s.  An ell was added in the 1920’s.  This home has been in the family for generations.Restoration of the original home included: Investigation of water damage to soffit Repair and replacement of portions of timber structure, soffit, fascia,…

First Universalist Church

Yarmouth, ME. Restoration of historic church belfry included: Assisted in removal of the structurally compromised spire Removed historic bell carriage and bell Fabricated a new oak bell carriage and bell wheel and re-installed original bell Removed original belfry sheathing and trim to allow structural repairs Installed new sheathing and reproduced trim details to restore the…

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…