MaineHousing

MaineHousing, an independent state agency that assists low- and moderate-income families with housing needs, outgrew their offices in downtown Augusta and purchased a vacant building at 26 Edison Drive to meet their growing needs.

Built in the mid-1980s as a data center for a financial institution, the existing two-story, 65,000-SF building is undergoing extensive renovations to provide a modern, open office environment for its 175 employees. The new space features large windows to allow an abundance of natural light to flood the offices.

Landry/French worked closely with the client and architect during the pre-construction phase bringing valuable insight through early analysis of the design, budget, and materials.