Barker Architects is proud to be part of

Barker Architects is proud to be part of the planning for this special event: AIANH and Plan NH present “Citizen Architect”, a film about Samuel Mockbee and his Rural Studio. The evening will showcase Social Responsibility in Architecture with the showing of the film plus a presentation by members of Building On Hope, an organization that does amazing work in design and construction for non-profits in need in NH. http://ow.ly/tDy5P http://ow.ly/i/4BoG6 http://ow.ly/tDzeb http://ow.ly/i/4BoQr

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Dubois & King / Barker Architects hired by Town of Exeter

Dubois & King / Barker Architects hired by Exeter, NH for Historic Depot Renovations
The team of Dubois & King, Barker Architects, Inc and several other specialists are working to restore and repurpose the Exeter Depot Baggage Building into a ticket facility for the DownEaster Train.
The Exeter Depot Baggage Building is an existing 700 square foot stone building that once was part of an active passenger rail station. Once renovated, the building will again serve train passengers, now for the DownEaster Train Service. The team of Dubois & King and Barker Architects has experience in historic B&M depots and the federal funding for them after having completed the Windham Depot restoration recently. They are now charged with restoring this facility with the renovations scheduled to be complete early in 2015.
Barker Architects is a socially responsible architectural firm specializing in non-profit and municipal facilities. Please see our website; http://www.barkerarchitects.com for more information and please contact Kyle Barker, for any questions regarding this or any other project.
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Barker/Severn Team hired by Epsom, NH

Barker/Severn Team hired by Epsom, NH for Town Hall Project
The Design/Build team of Barker Architects, Inc and Severn Construction Company, LLC is hired by the Epsom, NH Selectmen to design and build their New Town Hall.
In a competitive process Barker Architects and Severn Construction were awarded the opportunity to work with the town in developing a new plan to bring to the voters of Epsom, NH in March 2014. The project will renovate the lower level of the historic meeting house which was moved to the current site through LCHIP grants and volunteer labor. The upper level will remain a meeting space and be used for public meetings. Historic elements of the building such as the stained glass windows will be restored.
Barker Architects is a socially responsible architectural firm specializing in non-profit and municipal facilities. Please see our website; http://www.barkerarchitects.com for more information and please contact Kyle Barker, for any questions regarding this or any other project.
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Barker Architects to upgrade Facilities

Barker Architects to upgrade Facilities at State Parks.

Barker Architects is excited to be selected by NH DRED – Division of Parks and Recreations, to work on facility upgrades at various NH state parks. Locations include Jericho Mountain campground in Berlin, NH, Moose Brook campground in Gorham, NH, Bear Brook campground in Deerfield, NH, Mondadnock State Park in Jaffrey, NH, Lafayette campground in Franconia, NH and White Lake campground in Tamworth, NH.

Presentation by Kyle Barker on 10/29 in

Presentation by Kyle Barker on 10/29 in Alton NH.

The Eastern Lakes Region Housing Coalition will be holding a community forum on Tuesday, October 29th at the Gilman Museum in Alton at 6:30 p.m. This presentation is free and open to the public. Eastern Lakes Region Housing Coalition is a non profit who advocates for affordable housing for the middle class. Since the recent downfall in the economy, wages have continued stagnant where housing has continued to increase. Kyle Barker, architect, from Barker Architects will be our guest speaker. Compact design is a concept where homes are constructed together for a variety of reasons, one being cost savings to a town on infrastructure (water, sewer, road maintenance and snow plowing). It also benefits residents since you will be in a community setting, getting to know and see your neighbors. Please plan on attending and learn how this concept may work in many of our small rural towns. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Donna Young at 859-0267 or dyoung@elrhc.org.
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