Auburn, ME – Harriman, a multidisciplinary architecture, planning, and engineering firm, recently announced new hires and credential updates to staff.
Dillon Clifford, F.E. has joined Harriman as a structural designer. Previously, he worked summers as a certified roadway inspector in Maine, He is based out of Harriman’s Auburn office.
Allison M. Lynch, with over a decade of marketing experience, has been appointed associate|director of marketing.
She is primarily based out of Harriman’s Auburn and Portland, Maine, offices.
Kartik Shah, LEED AP, is now a certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners. He is a senior urban designer at Harriman with extensive domestic and international planning experience. He is based out of Harriman’s Boston office.
Katherine (Katie) Moore (urban planner) and Emily Bennett (architectural designer) are now accredited LEED green associates. Moore is an urban planner with an extensive background in environmental policy.
Bennett is an architectural designer with a wide range of project experience, including planning, architecture, and landscape design. Both Moore and Bennett are based out of Harriman’s Boston office.
Lily Perkins-High (urban planner) and Dina Al-Dajani (urban designer) are now LEED AP ND accredited professionals. Perkins-High is an urban planner with an extensive background in environmental studies and community planning. Al-Dajani is an urban designer.
Both Perkins-High and Al-Dajani are based out of Harriman’s Boston office.