Site Plan ─ Commercial

Celebration Barn

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Project Type:  Site Plan
Project Name:  Cabin Site Plan
Client:  Celebration Barn Theater
Location:  South Paris, Maine

Description:  In order to expand and provide additional housing for resident artists, the Celebration Barn Theater contacted Main-Land to help with site planning. Main-Land performed a topographic survey, developed a site plan with cabin and utility locations and suggested preliminary locations for a future dining hall, septic system and future additional parking.

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Hancock Lumber

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Project Type:  Site Design & Permitting
Project Name:  Site Improvements
Client:  Hancock Lumber
Location:  Kennebunk, Maine

Description:  In 2015-2016, Main-Land completed a site redesign and Town Permit Application for Hancock Lumber on Route 1 in Kennebunk, ME. The project involved stormwater infrastructure design, site grading, utility installation, and construction administration. Main-Land worked closely with Hancock Lumber, Littlefield Brothers Construction, KW Architects, and Foglio Inc. through successful design, construction, and completion of a new 26,000 sf retail showroom and lumber storage warehouse.

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NAPA Auto

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Project Type:  Commercial Site Plan
Project Name:  NAPA Auto Parts
Client:  Tony Carter
Location:  Bethel, Maine

Description:  Mr. Carter proposed a new NAPA Auto Parts store to meet the new prototype store layout and replace the existing smaller store. The project includes a 7,000 square foot retail store and associated parking, on-site sewer, on-site water supply, stormwater management, and a shared drive entrance, all on a relatively small property footprint.

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Naples Storage Facility

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Project Type:  Commercial Site Plan
Project Name:  Naples Storage Facility
Client:  Dan Craffey
Location:  Rt. 302, Naples, Maine

Description:  With the Town of Naples’ close proximity to both Long Lake and Sebago Lake, boat storage space has become an increasing need for local marinas. Main-Land’s work included an initial boundary and topographic survey, natural resource delineation, site layout and stormwater design, and local and state permitting for three new storage buildings. The first building was constructed in 2015, with the remaining two to be constructed in 2017.

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Oxford Casino

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Project Type:  Commercial Site Plan
Project Name:  Oxford Casino
Client:  BB Development, LLC
Location:  Oxford, Maine

Description:  The Oxford Casino is one of western Maine’s signature project sites. Main-Land’s work included site selection, help with the referendum process, a 65,000 square foot building footprint, 1000+ parking spaces, a public water expansion, the region’s largest on-site wastewater system, and significant permitting hurdles.

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Severance Lodge Club

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Project Type:  Engineering
Project Name:  Wastewater Collection System Upgrades
Client:  Severance Lodge Club
Location:  Central Lovell, Maine

Description:  In 2016, Main-Land performed a system wide wastewater evaluation to identify the source of extensive groundwater infiltration and overall health of a decades old infrastructure. The project is located along the shores of Kezar Lake, off of Route 5 in Center Lovell, ME. The project began as a wastewater upgrade, but became an extensive property wide site improvement and utility upgrade. The utility upgrades included sewer main replacement, waterline replacement, electrical/ lighting replacement, hazard tree removal, and associated site improvements. Looking towards the future, the Severance Lodge Club intends to make continual investments to maintain this historical property that has been enjoyed for generations.

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Sport Thoma

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Project Type:  Commercial Site Plan
Project Name:  Sport Thoma
Client:  Sport Thoma
Location:  Bethel, Maine

Description:  Sport Thoma is a sporting goods retail chain with stores in Maine and New Hampshire. They proposed a store location in Bethel. The building of 8,300 square feet is located on a split lot, and utilized onsite sewer and water and a shared entrance. Work with Maine D.O.T. and the Town of Bethel was critical to locate the entrance on Route 2.

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