Wolfe’s Neck

Freeport, Maine This home’s floor plan was designed by the owner and built with a different approach than typical on-site framing. Time constraints called for modular construction. The home was built off-site in 4 sections that were transported to Wolfe’s Neck and set upon an insulated concrete foundation. The garage arrived panelized and the assembly…

Pound of Tea Island

Pound of Tea Island, Freeport Harbor, Maine Designer: Kevin Moquin This beautiful, energy efficient island home was once the location of an older structure that the homeowners had moved in order to create a fresh, contemporary ocean cottage.  (See video to discover how the old structure was moved.) The technical challenges of material handling and…

Merrymeeting Bay

Bowdoinham, Maine Designer: Kevin Moquin, AIA, LEED AP Built on the existing foundation of a rustic multi-generation family cabin, the new summer residence expanded the footprint and features more modern amenities. On a pristine peninsula surrounded by Merrymeeting Bay, we were able to minimize environmental impact through careful planning and collaboration with the architect. Batteries charged…

Royal River Project

Yarmouth, ME. Designer: Briburn The client was looking for a house that disappeared into nature, with an open concept and many windows to bring nature inside. Requests included separate bedroom, en suite bath, and main living area that felt part of the home. The build also included multiple structures, including a high-end art studio well…

Terrapin Passive

Biddeford, Maine – Design Phase. Designer: Kevin Moquin, AIA, LEED AP The Passive House concept represents today’s highest energy standard with the promise of slashing the heating energy consumption of buildings by an amazing 90%. A Passive House is an extremely well-insulated, very air-tight building that is primarily heated by passive solar gain and by internal…

Jordan Meadows

Gorham, ME. Designer: Taggart Const./Curt Jensch A.AIA Recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council as LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certified, the Jordan Meadows home is energy efficient, high performance and environment friendly. Features included are: Passive solar design Stained concrete floor as thermal mass Advanced framing techniques minimize waste and efficiently utilize…

Woods Pond

Bridgton, ME. Designer: Kevin Moquin, AIA, LEED AP Energy efficient lakefront home designed with minimal impact to surrounding environment. Geothermal heat source Insulated concrete foundation (ICF) Portable electric crane for sensitive sitework Engineered floor framing system minimizes amount of wood required with less drilling for electrical, radiant tubing, water and waste lines Panelized wall construction High…

Greek Revival at Pineland Center

New Gloucester, ME. Designer: Taggart Construction/Jim Young Design and construction of new 2,500 sq ft Greek Revival house, a combination of brick, stone and wood. New foundation for ell and upgrade of existing foundation including weatherproofing Insulated with drypac cellulose Exterior trim details match Greek Revival style New kitchen cabinets, bath vanities, and built-in cabinets in…

Great Diamond Island

Great Diamond Island, ME. Designer: Scott Teas, AIA / TFH Architects Great Diamond Island home features: Stunning views of Hussey Sound and Casco Bay islands An attached two bedroom guest wing Wraparound porch and balconies overlooking the ocean Open plan dining and living areas Custom cherry kitchen Exquisite cherry trim and millwork