Building Maine Communities–with community buildings


Downtowns and Campuses are complex environments with many, sometimes contradictory factors such as social, spiritual, economic, physical, cultural, heritage etc. Great things can be accomplished when common purpose and vision is established and Planning is the ‘wide angle view’ that purposefully considers many factors and their interrelationships and strives to frame a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.

LachmanArchitectsYorkVillage-5York Village Master Plan | York, Maine
York Village, with its quaint New England character and abundance of historical destinations, holds a special charm that is closely tied to both its Maine coastal heritage and its community – its quality of place. Learn more >

lp-camden-planCamden Downtown Master Plan | Camden, ME
This Downtown Master Plan is a capstone to previous studies. Learn more >

LachmanArchitectsWaldoboroPlanimage004_2Waldoboro Downtown Master Plan | Waldoboro, ME
2012 Plan of the Year Award, Maine Association of Planners (MAP)
The purpose of this Master Plan is to be a roadmap for implementing the Downtown Village Task Force recommendations and ultimately the community’s desire for an economically and socially robust downtown area that compliments the unique character of the town. Learn more >

LachmanArchitectsElm-&-Green-St-Neighborhood-Revitalization-Plan_FINAL-5Topsham Riverfront Trail | Topsham, ME
Riverfront Trail – The Town of Topsham engaged our consultant team for Planning, Concept Design and Outreach services to study the feasibility of extending a riverfront trail from the existing Lower Village. Learn more >

LachmanArchitects01-gray-sketchGray Village Center Redevelopment Plan & Feasibility Study | Gray, ME
Planning the future of five acres at the core of the village, including both public and private properties and buildings. Learn more >

LachmanArchitectsGBSD Master PlanGovernor Baxter School for the Deaf Campus Master Plan + New Dormitory and Cultural Center/Museum | Falmouth, ME
Over the decades, plans have been considered, however without attention to integrating the Physical Campus, with its Program, Educational and Outreach philosophy. We were engaged specifically for a broader integrated effort. Learn more >

LachmanArchitectsConyVillage1Cony Village | Augusta, ME
This cutting edge project, a joint venture by two non-profits, provides Affordable Home Ownership, Community Orientation and Smart Growth. Learn more >

LachmanArchitectsOgunquitII slide 2Ogunquit Municipal Campus Plan | Ogunquit, ME
Holt & Lachman worked with the Town of Ogunquit on how to best address the town’s municipal space needs for the long-term. Learn more >