Miika Ebbrell Earns Her State of Maine and State of Vermont Licenses

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Miika Ebbrell

BOXFORD, MA – Miika Ebbrell, AIA, LEED AP, principal of Massachusetts-based Ebbrell Architecture + Design, a certified Woman-owned Business Enterprise, recently earned both her State of Maine and State of Vermont licenses to practice architecture. These new licenses add to her existing licenses to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.

Ebbrell’s firm specializes in building repositioning and commercial space fit-outs including offices, labs, medical, educational/learning centers, manufacturing, and community gathering spaces such as fitness centers.

Ebbrell explained that the Covid pause gave business-owners and communities opportunity to look around and ask, ‘What’s next?’ ‘What’s missing?’ And ‘How can we make this vacant space more productive and work better for employees or the community?’

She stated, “Our firm’s expertise in building repositioning really fits in nicely to help companies and property owners to create spaces that match current and future needs.” She also noted that all the start-up businesses that were launched during Covid are going to need places to go. “It’s not just big offices in downtown Boston that are looking to reinvent themselves. It’s small downtown properties and suburban office parks that know the potential to grow is there, they just need a good firm like ours to help them realize their vision.”

The architects and designers at Ebbrell draw on their wide-ranging collective expertise in approaching each new commission. So regardless of whether they are working on a building refresh, lab, workplace project, or tech manufacturing facility, the team can draw on its extensive background to develop new and creative solutions to even the most challenging design problems.

“Our firm is nimble, flexible and responsive, to support our clients and their endeavors,” said Ebbrell. “Being able to organically grow our territory allows us to serve our clients’ evolving needs and business pursuits in other areas of New England.”

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