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Maine’s largest architecture firms
Ranked by revenue, 2016
Revenue
Employees
Licensed architects
Market area
Sample of services
Chief executive
1
SMRT Architects and Engineers
144 Fore St., Portland 04101
772-3846, smrtinc.com
$21.6 million
102
21
United States, Puerto Rico
Architecture, engineering, commissioning, energy services, interior design and landscape architecture
Ellen Belknap
president
2
Harriman
46 Harriman Drive, Auburn 04210
784-5100, harriman.com
$13.1 million
93
20
New England
Architecture, interior design, urban design, urban planning, master planning, engineering, LEED sustainable design
Clifton Greim
president
3
Oak Point Associates
231 Main St., Biddeford 04005
283-0193, oakpoint.com
$9.7 million
84
14
New England, eastern U.S.
Architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, interior design, commissioning, planning, sustainable design, LEED
Robert Tillotson
president