59 Union Street, Unit 1
Camden, ME 04843
PO Box 1031
Camden, ME 04843
Gartley & Dorsky is a multidisciplinary engineering and surveying firm based in Camden, Maine with a branch office in Damariscotta. We provide civil and structural engineering, surveying, permitting, and environmental services on large and small projects across the state. Gartley & Dorsky has been active on numerous historic properties including the First Amendment Museum at the Gannett House, the Mill at Freedom Falls, Fort William Henry at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site, as well as many historic church and steeple projects and downtown Main Street properties throughout the region.
173 Neal Street
Portland, ME 04102
O’Brien Wood & Iron LLC is a full-service building company owned and operated by artist, designer, and builder Mat O’Brien. Mat has 15+ years of experience working in the building trades and holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from MassArt. Mat brings his artistic eye to every project, and particularly enjoys bringing new life to old spaces while respecting their architectural history.
At O’Brien Wood & Iron, we know that carpentry isn’t just a trade—it’s an art. And your project, whether in your home or your place of business, is an opportunity for you to express yourself.
Are you considering a building or remodeling project? Talk to us about your vision. We can help bring your ideas to life.
10 Langley Road, Suite 202
Newton Centre, MA 02026
Lisa Howe email@example.com
Building Conservation Associates, Inc. is a private consulting and research firm practicing preservation design, conditions assessments, materials science, and historic building documentation. Since 1985, BCA has provided custom technology and planning services to architects, private institutions, developers, building owners, museums, and government agencies. BCA's pragmatic philosophy is rooted in construction technology and museum practices. Our company’s mission is to make building conservation an economically viable option within the normal parameters of property development and rehabilitation.
BCA is headquartered in New York, with regional offices in Newton, Massachusetts and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. BCA’s staff includes building and object conservators, architects, historic preservationists, scientists, historians, planners, and artisans. Its senior staff members are widely published and have been individually honored with grants, fellowships, and other citations. BCA has won numerous awards for excellence in architectural conservation and historic preservation.