We are passionate people who believe in the artistry behind each detail. That's why we have been building commercial + residential projects in Maine for 34 years. 

Please explore our range of services below. 




From smaller renovations to sprawling ocean front properties; we enjoy building a range of projects. Our attention to detail, craftsmanship and customer service are unmatched in the industry. The secret is our specialized team of career carpenters, trusted subcontractors and enthusiasm for what we do everyday.   

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Commercial construction projects require a more specialized approach: being responsive to the communities in which we build, predicting and adapting to changes as they happen and implementing a safe work environment. We believe in working collaboratively and organically as we build out trending parts of Maine.       

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With a perspective that is informed by a respect for our natural environment; we craft interiors that blend aesthetics seamlessly. Our office has the capability to conceptualize, draw and source each and every phase of a project. With stunning visuals and an outstanding materials library; you'll feel confident about your future interiors. 

The perfect place to rest on the Maine Coast. 


This modern home; nestled quietly on a hillside with a bustling community, has a flipped floor plan to maximize the gorgeous ocean views. Creative utilization of space allowed for a "his" and "her" setup as well as a giant cantilevered deck. Other design details worth mentioning: a Murphy bed cleverly hidden in the office storage, floating bookcase in the living room, 9' pocket doors, custom designed and built headboard for the master bedroom with floating bedside tables and a incredible landscaping that integrates the property seamlessly. 




Featuring the works of the homeowner and select artists from around the country; the gallery sits proud of the home behind it. The clients had a contemporary aesthetic which meant bold, crisp, clean lines, unexpected pops of color and bright white paint throughout which pairs beautifully with the natural lighting. While the home itself is a showstopper, the art throughout truly creates a series of brilliant spaces. 


Two quaint cottages for summers in Maine


We worked through what seemed like an endless winter to deliver this summer get-a-way to our clients. Based in London during the entire length of construction; the finished product was truly a surprise. Our clients wanted to delight their children with this nautically inspired summer retreat and that's exactly what they did. The guest house even has a loft for the kids to hide out after a long day at the beach.  



A trendy couple brings their divine style to Maine


The exterior style matches the expected aesthetic of a typical Maine shingle style home on Prouts Neck. However, the interior surprises and delights; unfolding its treasures as you walk through the home. We built custom millwork throughout; including a set of 4 bunk beds and a barn sliding door at the entryway. The kitchen has a magnificent waterfall island in Carrara Marble. As you move towards the second floor; the steel spiral staircase reveals itself. We were lucky to work with such forward thinking clients whose style truly made this home unique.   



From Concept to Creation

A bright office for creative people


This commercial office building has a total of four floors; 3 of which are occupied by the Ethos Marketing offices. We built the exterior as well as completed the interior fit-up which was designed by TLA Architects. The owner of the building wanted to provide the occupants with a more organic experience; hence the gorgeous roof deck, multitude of windows and the kayaks out front. 



Becoming One with the Landscape

This project took almost 2 years to complete due to the sheer number of details in the build. The owners and architect were all from Boston and came up bi-weekly or monthly for progress meetings. This meant that documentation and communication were paramount. Photo journals of progress were sent on a regular basis, phone conferences were the norm and each and every detail was discussed and approved prior to finalization. The main house is meant to look as if it is sitting behind a cascading rock wall. The barn (or "man cave") is nautically influenced and yacht inspired. Each have varying (but beautiful) aesthetics. Sustainable features include the following: geothermal heating and cooling, LED lighting and an air barrier membrane system.