Boston – Harriman, a multidisciplinary design and engineering firm with offices in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, announced the promotion of Mark M. Ouellette, AIA, LEED AP. He will join Harriman’s leadership team as an associate.
Ouellette has contributed to Harriman’s governmental and healthcare design with work at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and multiple Department of Veterans’ Affairs Medical Centers throughout three states, as well as educational design projects in Maine and New Hampshire. He also has been involved in the design of hospitality, scientific, and recreational facilities.
Since joining Harriman in 2006, he has worked extensively on the design of municipal and office projects, including a LEED Platinum certified bank call center, renovation work on nationally recognized historical properties, and a new office building that received an Associated Constructor’s of Maine Build Maine Award.
“At Harriman, we strive to produce creative and cost-effective solutions to deliver thoughtful and sustainable designs to our clients. We acknowledge that our talented team helps us continue to excel and grow as a firm, and this promotion recognizes Mark as a vital member of our organization,” said Clifton W. Greim, P.E., president and CEO of Harriman. “Mark displays a commitment to his work that is truly commendable, and his contributions are to be celebrated. Mark understands the needs of his clients, and with enthusiasm he incorporates their goals and objectives along with his insight and skill to generate ingenious designs. Mark’s passion and expertise make him a vital member of Harriman’s leadership team.”