Mitchell & Associates led a multi-disciplinary team that included architects, civil and traffic engineers and environmental consultants in the expansion project for Tyler Technologies, which included a 94,425 SF, four story building addition.
The site development included an expansion of the parking from the existing 343 spaces to 646 spaces in two new surface parking lots. In addition to Major Site Plan approval, the project required a Site Location of Development Permit, and Stormwater Management Permit from the Maine D.E.P., and Traffic Movement Permit from Maine D.O.T.
Architect: Mark Mueller Architects
The Park Danforth
Currently under construction, the addition of 55 senior living units is expected to be completed in spring, 2017. The project accommodates the multitude of needs required at a senior living facility and includes recreation and contemplation spaces. The inner courtyard integrates many opportunities for residents to interact with each other and engage the landscape. The space offers a walking path, garden beds, dining and gathering spaces and a water feature.
Architect: Lavallee Brensinger Architects
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Renovation of an existing estate located along the rugged coastline of Cape Elizabeth. The project encompasses a new arrival courtyard and entry garden, pool terrace, fire terrace, and complete revision to the vehicular circulation and drop off.
Architect: The Knickerbocker Group
Henry Law Park
Dover, New Hampshire
This park is a collaboration with the City of Dover Recreation Department and the Children's Museum of New Hampshire. The play space incorporates a historic Gundalow, water play, music and natural play features.
Construction to be completed 2017
The RiverWalk will extend along a key segment of waterfront property adjacent to the historic 2-Penny Bridge in downtown Waterville. The final concept design incorporates multiple active elements to engage a wide range of users including children, teens, adults and elderly .
Construction to begin in 2017
Olde Port Village
Olde Port Village is a proposed high end condominium subdivision with 80 residential units. The development, located on 87 forested acres, includes an accessory use facility with tennis courts, pool, gathering spaces, and trail network through dedicated open space. Mitchell & Associates provided site planning services, led the project through the Town approval process, and secured both Maine Department of Environmental Protection Natural Resources Protection Act permit and Site Location of Development Permit.
Architect: John W. Einsiedler, Architect