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667 Congress Street Hiawatha Project Tour - Pictures

See pictures of the recent tour held on July 27, 2017  

Build Maine IBEC Workshop - June 9

Lewiston City Hall 1-4:30 p.m Join Build Maine, a cross-disciplinary event that brings together leaders from across the state to explore ways to build economically stronger, more successful towns and cities through strategic, high-impact investments. The program includes paid 201-level workshops and a complimentary pop-up beer garden in Dufresne Plaza on June 8, followed by the main program on June 9. See www.build-maine.com for more information on the program.   Link to tickets and the Facebook Event Page are listed below. Eventbrite Tickets Facebook Event Page

Cabinet Shop Manager

Our Underwriters, Wright-Ryan, are looking to hire a Millwork Manager for their cabinet shop located in Portland, Maine.  Know anyone? Click here for details.   

EXPERIENCE MARVIN: a food and drink pairing event - May 11, 2017

Thursday, May 11th 4pm-7pm Marvin Design Gallery by Eldredge Lumber 317 Marginal Way, Portland Print We hope you will join us on May 11th for amazing local food and drink, great conversation, and to see the Marvin Difference for yourself! In addition to the delicious array provided by Dandelion Catering, we also have a few special surprises in store, including door prizes and a ground-breaking virtual reality experience from the Integrity from Marvin team. Please RSVP to Sarah at sisakson@marvinportland.com by Thursday, April 27th. We hope to see you there!  

PORTLAND SOCIETY FOR ARCHITECTURE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SEARCH

We are searching for a NEW Executive Director! Carole Merrill, who has ably led PSA since our founding 10 years ago, is retiring this coming September. Under Carole’s direction we have grown from a small local professional society to a well-recognized 501©3, non-profit, making a significant impact on planning and design in the Portland community. We need your help as we begin our search for a replacement. This a part-time position-about 25-35 hours a week. We are seeking someone with non-profit administrative skills, a background in, or passion for, urban planning and design, and the leadership skills to grow our organization. The successful candidate will be a spokesperson in the community for PSA’s mission and direct fundraising from grants, our sponsors, and annual appeal. If you or someone you know might be interested in this position, please contact Paul Stevens, Chair of the Search Committee, for more information. pstevens@smrtinc.com