Now the president and CEO of HAMMOND LUMBER COMPANY, MIKE HAMMOND has swapped positions with his father, DON HAMMOND, who remains active in the company as vice president.
Architect TOM LANE has joined the team at WHITTEN ARCHITECTS, where he is interested in developing location-specific design for contemporary life. Lane has previously practiced in Boston and Salt Lake City and has also worked as an author, illustrator, and design critic.
BRIBURN is designing a new building at SPRING POINT MARINA in South Portland, to be built on the former location of Joe’s Boathouse. The new space will house 43 NORTH, a restaurant expected to open in early summer. The innovative design of the waterfront building features a sloping roof that resembles a bird extending its wings.
The Captain Lindsey House in Rockland has reopened as THE LINDSEY HOTEL under new management by the SWAN HOSPITALITY GROUP. The hotel features an art gallery, wine bar, and nautically inspired guest rooms. JOANNA LABOUNTY, formerly a personal chef and event planner, serves as innkeeper.
For the 2017 TD BEACH TO BEACON 10K ROAD RACE, MAINE COLLEGE OF ART (MECA) student KIRK SIMPSON has designed a commemorative poster that each participant will receive. DREW HODGES, an educator at MECA and founder of New York–based media agency SPOTCO, directed the project in which TD BANK donated $2,500 to fund the professional development of MECA students. The race will take place this year on August 5 in Cape Elizabeth.
KAPLAN THOMPSON ARCHITECTS has named two new associates, ADRIENNE STAUFFER and JAMIE BROADBENT. Stauffer is director of operations and marketing, and Broadbent, an architect, heads the restaurant sector.