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News – August 6, 2012

Maine Hall

Bangor, Maine, June 6,2012: The recently-completed Maine Hall historic renovation project, located on the old Bangor Theological Seminary (BTS) campus on Union St, has received the leadership in energy and environmental design (LEED) “silver” certification by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

LEED is the standard used for evaluating building construction as it relates to its environmental impact and energy efficiency. Maine Hall was recognized with the prestigious “Silver” status due to such things as its adaptive reuse of the existing 1830’s bts dormitory structure, diversion of construction waste from landfill, recycled content and HVAC system efficiency.

Nickerson & O’Day (NOD) has been recognized numerous times by USGBC for LEED certification for its projects including MDI Bio Lab, the MDOT’s Acadia Gateway, the University of Maine’s Wells Commons, and the Maine Coast Heritage Trust headquarters building. NOD employs five LEED-accredited professionals and is the leading builder of “green” construction in Eastern and Northern Maine.

Brewer Community and Jean Lyford Child Care Centers

Brewer, Maine, April 16, 2013: There was a ground-breaking ceremony for the Brewer Community Center and Jean Lyford Child Care Center. Shovel holders included Architect Jerry Anderson (second from left), Brewer Housing Authority Executive Director Gordon Stitham (third from left), and Karl Ward (center) from Nickerson & O’Day, Inc.

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Ground Breaking On New Brewer Community Center

3/25/13 – Nickerson & O’Day Selected to Build Brewer Housing Authority Community Center

Hancock County Bar Harbor Airport Terminal

There was a ground breaking ceremony for the Hancock County Bar Harbor Airport Terminal Renovation & Expansion. Featured from left to right: Antonio Blasi, County Commissioner, Karleton S. Ward, President & C.E.O. of Nickerson & O’Day Inc., Richard Malm, Partner Lewis & Malm Architecture, Brad Madeira, Airport Manager, and Steven Joy, County Commissioner.

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Groundbreaking Held for Airport Expansion Project

Groundbreaking for $2.5-Million Airport Renovation Project in Trenton