January 2018 eNews 
DM|A Newsletter
January 2018  (No. 65)
Welcome to our newsletter.  Once a month we will update you with news about David Matero Architecture and our community. We welcome your comments, questions and feedback.
Happy New Year!

All of us at David Matero Architecture would like to wish our family, friends, and, especially our clients, a Merry Christmas and a Happy Year! DMA had a very good year last year, and are looking for forward to continuing our growing relationships into 2018. None of this would be possible without the trust our clients have in us to provide them with our best design and architecture services.
All Business Media FM

The internet radio station, All Business Media FM, interviewed David recently as part of their small business radio segment. You can listen to this 8 minute interview here. The live broadcast was also on Tunein radio as part of their business media industry leaders channel.David talked about getting started in the business of architecture.
AIA Board

The New Year also brought in a change to some of David's commitments outside the office. Locally, David termed off the Main Street Bath board of directors but stay involved with this effective organizaiton. On the statewide level, David was recently elected to the AIA Maine Board of Directors. AIA Maine (American Institute of Architecture) supports architects and architecture through leadership, advocacy, fellowship, and design excellence.

Year in Review

DMA has a very busy 2017. Our largest project to date , the 34,000 sf corporate headquarters for Patriot Insurance, was completed and occupied over Thanksgiving. Also, we worked on some great residential projects such as   Goose Rock, Harpswell Get Away, and Goose Ledge, not to mention restaurants and our first hydroponics greenhouse in Brunswick.

New Website

Have you checked out our recently updated website? We are still loading some of our projects into the portfolio pages, but the entire site was re-built to better showcase images of our projects. Elm Street Marketing in Camden was responsible for the updated site. Please check it out and let us know what you think.
Views from the Jobsite

Sometimes it's unfortunate that our buildings require insulation. The underside of the roof of the tower at Dunvegan in Bath would be beautiful to leave unfinished, but it might be a little cold at times. Oh well, insulation has been installed and this view has now been covered for good.
On the Drawing Board

We are working on a small 2 bedroom cottage on Bog Lake, with 8' doors opening onto a deck facing the water. The large expanse of glass will create a much larger room and wonderful views.

Merry Christmas! Salt Pine Social, Bath, Maine
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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
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