November 2016 eNews 
DM|A Newsletter
November 2016  (No. 51)
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Salt Pine Social

The owners of  El Camino Cantina  in Brunswick purchased a dilapidated building at the end of Front Street in Bath. With a significant investment, the building's  exterior was united with new clapboard siding and aluminum windows.  The windows frame wonderful views of Front Street all the way to the BIW crane. The interior includes a very lively bar and a separate dining area . Construction by Burnham & Lobozzo.
Patriot Insurance Company

DMA has recently completed the design of the 34,000 sf corporate headquarters for the Patriot Insurance Company. The design  adheres to the Character-Based Development Code set forth by Yarmouth along the Route One Corridor.

MHD On the Drawing Board

DMA was recently featured in the November Maine Home + Design's On the Drawing Board.The  Goose Rock House will turn  a summer-only ranch into a year-round modern cottage.  New large openings, a glass railing deck, and a new screen porch will offer wonderful views to Cape Small Harbor

MSB Annual Meeting

As part of the 15th Annual Main Street Bath annual dinner at the Maine Maritime Museum, David presented the Spirit of Bath Award, on behalf of the Organization Committee, to John Genthler who donates countless hours during the Bath Heritage Days. We all enjoyed a gourmet meal prepared by local chefs with ingredients graciously donated by local businesses and farms.

Views from the job site
After receiving approval from the members of a home association in Yarmouth to re-build and expand a one-story cottage into an energy efficient, two-story cottage, Rideout & Turner has completed the framing. A curved sloping roof, dormers, and a large water table will break up the scale and integrate the architecture into the surrounding homes.

SPI Award of Excellence

Sagadahoc Preservation, Inc awarded DMA and Salt Pine Social and Award of Excellence at their annual meeting for "making a significant contribution to the City of Bath Historic District by the adaptive reuse of 244 Front Street."
Nightlife in Bath
Nightlife in Bath
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Sincerely,

Cathy Matero
cathy@davidmatero.com
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
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