At WBRC Architects Engineers, we help clients design and optimize their facilities and campuses. But our ultimate goal is design that improves lives. The WBRC team guides projects in four sectors — healthcare, education, commercial, and civic. Tell Me More

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Civic/Municipal

Civic/Municipal

Places that strengthen communities

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K-12 Education

K-12 Education

Child-friendly, future-ready

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Higher Education

Higher Education

Enabling discovery, by design

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Healthcare

Healthcare

Advancing health and healing

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Design Solutions that Improve Our Clients' Futures

Our job is to understand your vision for the future — and then create architectural and engineering design solutions that will help get you there.

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Senior Living

Senior Living

Elder-friendly places to call home

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Laboratory/R&D

Laboratory/R&D

High-tech, customized solutions

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Commercial

Commercial

Engaging, branded spaces

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Government/Military

Government/Military

Meeting protocols and expectations

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Housing

Housing

Creating healthy neighborhoods

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Historic Renovation

Historic Renovation

Revitalizing historic treasures

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WBRC Architects Engineers

Hartford Fire Station - Silver Award

Aura - Top 10 Notable Project

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WBRC’s team members are innovative, collaborative, and stay on top of the thousands of details your project requires.

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Serving the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts from the Maritimes to Florida, WBRC’s regional offices are located in Bangor, Maine; Portland, Maine; and Lakewood Ranch, Florida. WBRC staff enjoys an excellent working environment, competitive salaries and benefits, and opportunities for personal and professional growth. View Open Positions

  • Island of Learning

    Island of Learning

    Written by WBRC CEO Doug Whitney, AIA Indian Island School, completed in 1986, was the first of many K-12 school projects over my career. Architects Mike Czarnecki and Alan Baldwin were the WBRC Principals-in-Charge for the project. Mike, Alan, and I worked together with a building committee to design this distinctive school, one that is… Read more »

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  • Home Sweet McHome

    Home Sweet McHome

    Written by WBRC CEO Doug Whitney, AIA Completed in 1983, Ronald McDonald House in Bangor provides parents a place to stay when their children are being treated at local hospitals. It is located on State Street, so guests can see Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in the distance when staying here and walk over… Read more »

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  • Border Crossings

    Border Crossings

    Written by WBRC CEO Doug Whitney, AIA I was still very new to the office when this project was being designed. I remember Principal Herb Day asking me to look at the design they had so far for the U.S. Border Station in Houlton, Maine to see what I could do to improve it. I… Read more »

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