LBA Opens New Office, Hires Eight

Portland, ME- Lavallee Brensinger Architects (LBA) of Boston and Manchester announced the opening of a new downtown Portland office located at 305 Commercial Street and the addition of eight staff members to the firm.

Paul Lewandowski, AIA, IIDA, LEED AP, joins the firm with over two decades of experience planning and designing innovative projects for corporate, civic, healthcare, and education clients.

Alice M. Carey, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, joins Lavallee Brensinger with an extensive background in master planning and design for education and civic clients.

Eric F. Giuliano, LEED AP, joins the firm with nearly 20 years experience, specializing in project management, project documentation, detailing, and building lasting relationships with his clients.

Also joining the firm’s design team are Shellie McClallen, LEED AP, specializing in healthcare and corporate architecture; Ryan Tirrell, interior designer with a background in sustainability; and Scott R. Graham, a recent graduate of the Wentworth Institute of Technology.

In addition, Lavallee Brensinger welcomes Kathleen Porter, business development manager, and Rebecca Tildesley, marketing coordinator, both with backgrounds in the A/E industry.


Richard Pizzi, CEO, commented, “In response to more than 20 years of successful partnering with extraordinary organizations throughout Maine, we are excited to announce our Portland office is currently under construction and will be ready for its grand opening this fall. We look forward to further integrating ourselves into the Greater Portland community!

” Lavallee Brensinger has enjoyed over 20 years planning and designing new construction, renovation and expansion projects for our many Maine clients including: Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, Colby College, Goodall Hospital, IDEXX Laboratories, Inland Hospital, Mid-Coast School of Technology, Morse High School, Riverview Psychiatric Recovery Center, Sanford School District, Sebasticook Valley Hospital, St. Andrews Hospital, St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, The Park Danforth, Town of Wells, University of Southern Maine, Wells-Ogunquit Community School District, and York Hospital.”