As an supplement to the Phillips-Strickland assisted living facility, The Boyd Place project brought additional living quarters, common sitting areas throughout the wing and an upstairs dining area opening to a porch overlooking the Penobscot River. Nickerson & O’Day was pre-selected for the project as a Construction Manager-at-Risk, and successfully completed the project ahead of … Continued
The 70-year old former Gardner School is now home to the Gardner Commons elderly housing facility. With twenty-six 700 square-foot apartments, this facility now provides living space for tenants 65 and older in an assisted living environment.
Cedar Ridge was constructed as a 23,000 SF addition to house 35 beds of assisted living, full-time care congregate housing needs.
Originally constructed in 1875, the Bangor Waterworks building once housed the water filtration system for the City of Bangor and later was converted into a hydroelectric power generating facility. The facility remained empty for 40 years. This century old historical complex now offers 35 residential efficiency apartments for homeless teens, as well as on-site support … Continued
On June 20, 2008 the groundbreaking ceremony was held for this new residential facility that will house 48 students as well as faculty members and their families. Designed with energy efficient and environmentally friendly considerations, the two-story building has the potential to be a candidate for LEED Certification. In an effort to achieve this goal, … Continued
Completed in just 12 weeks during Maine Maritime Academy’s typically abbreviated summer break, Nickerson & O’Day completely demolished and renovated six floors (nearly 20,000 SF) of student dormitory space including student rooms, multiple bathrooms at each floor, the campus infirmary and even a basement firing range. This project was completed one day before freshmen and … Continued