Mark Burnes, AIA, Founder of Foreside Architecture Joins Harriman as Principal
Harriman, a multi-disciplinary design and engineering firm with offices in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, is pleased to announce that Mark Burnes, AIA, founder of Foreside Architects, LLC is joining Harriman’s leadership team as a principal. Mark brings a wealth of project experience to Harriman, including retail, mixed-use, senior living and corporate offices and interiors.
Mark’s design philosophy is based on careful listening, considerate analysis and insightful collaboration. His portfolio includes a variety of project delivery methods, including Design/Pre-selected Construction Manager and Design/Build. “As Harriman continues to grow strategically we are always looking to bring valuable contributors to the Harriman family,” says Clifton W. Greim, P.E., president and CEO of Harriman. “Mark has an excellent reputation in the business community, outstanding organizational skills, and a strong portfolio of work that will immediately better the entire organization.”
Mark will help Harriman continue to broaden its expertise in its established market sectors while enhancing the firm’s project delivery methods. Mark will be involved in expanding the leadership and capabilities of Harriman’s already robust retail practice. In addition, he will contribute to the strategic direction of projects in corporate, healthcare, new development, civic, cultural, and government markets.
Mark holds a professional degree (B.Arch.) from Boston Architectural College and a B.S.I.T in industrial technology, management and design from University of Southern Maine. Mark’s experience includes work with several local architectural firms, the City of Boston’s Public Facilities Department as architectural services manager and Gawron Turgeon Architects as a project architect and project manager prior to founding Foreside Architects, LLC in 2003. Mark holds certification from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and is licensed to practice in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Florida.