Andrew Straub Joins WBRC as Senior Electrical Engineer

Andrew Straub Joins WBRC as Senior Electrical Engineer

WBRC Architects Engineers is pleased to welcome Senior Electrical Engineer Andrew Straub, P.E. to the team. He brings nearly fifteen years of project experience serving clients in the education, healthcare, and commercial sectors. As a licensed professional electrical engineer, Andy will be responsible for all aspects of electrical building systems evaluation and design. This includes… Read more »

Landscape Architect David Woodward Joins WBRC

Landscape Architect David Woodward Joins WBRC

WBRC has added Landscape Architect David Woodward, PLA, CLARB to its growing team. David will serve as Department Manager of WBRC’s Landscape Architectural Design group. He is a multi-state landscape architect and land planner with 35 years of project management and development experience on a wide variety of private and public sector project types. “David… Read more »

Mechanical Engineer Brandon Hardy Joins the WBRC Team

Mechanical Engineer Brandon Hardy Joins the WBRC Team

WBRC Architects Engineers is pleased to welcome Mechanical Engineer Brandon Hardy, P.E. to the team. Brandon is a graduate of the University of Maine (B.S., Mechanical Engineering). He has more than ten years of project experience across several sectors, with recent focus in healthcare and housing. As mechanical engineer, Brandon designs and assesses mechanical, plumbing,… Read more »

Miguel Betancourt Joins WBRC as Structural Department Manager

Miguel Betancourt Joins WBRC as Structural Department Manager

Structural Engineer Miguel Betancourt, PE, SE, has joined WBRC Architects Engineers as its new Structural Engineering Department Manager. He brings over 20 years of experience in structural systems design, analysis, and project management. “Miguel Betancourt is a true find,” says Doug Whitney, AIA, WBRC’s President/CEO. “Over his career, he has successfully designed and managed some… Read more »

Laura Adcock is New President of Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch

Laura Adcock is New President of Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch

  WBRC Principal Laura Adcock was inducted on June 25, 2020 as President of the Board of Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch, Florida. Laura, an architect and Air Force Veteran, succeeds Christi Womack Villalobos as Club President. Laura is a longtime member of Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch and is a Paul Harris Fellow. She… Read more »

Funding Ready Affordable Senior Housing

Funding Ready Affordable Senior Housing

 Get Your Seniors Home Sooner If stimulus funding becomes available, will your project be ready? Affordable senior housing is in short supply in Maine. Let’s fix that! Here’s how WBRC and Bowman Constructors have streamlined the design and construction process. Contact WBRC Architects Engineers → Contact Bowman Constructors → Download the Brochure

Stephanie Laplant and Mathew Ward Become WBRC Principals

Stephanie Laplant and Mathew Ward Become WBRC Principals

WBRC Architects Engineers is pleased to announce that Electrical Engineer Stephanie Laplant, PE and Architect Mathew Ward, AIA have been unanimously elected to WBRC’s Board of Directors and are now Principal Shareholders of the Corporation. “All of us on the executive team are very pleased that Stephanie Laplant and Mat Ward have joined the board as… Read more »

Construction Begins on UMaine’s Ferland Engineering Education and Design Center

Construction Begins on UMaine’s Ferland Engineering Education and Design Center

Construction is now underway of Ferland Engineering Education and Design Center (EEDC) at the University of Maine. Designed by WBRC Architects Engineers and Ellenzweig of Boston, the state-of-the-art $78 million, 105,000-square-foot, three-story facility is being built by Consigli Construction. In response to the COVID-19 situation, the building’s April 23, 2020 groundbreaking was celebrated virtually. Over… Read more »

Remote Workplace Notice

Remote Workplace Notice

Dear Clients & Partners, As many of you are aware, our entire nation is focused on slowing the progress of the virus COVID-19. To do our part to protect you, our staff, and the public, we are implementing the following procedures until the current crisis has passed: Working Remotely: As of Wednesday, March 18, our… Read more »