Our Amesbury office sat down with Newburyport Magazine to discuss our approach to historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and new build projects. You can read all about it in the current edition.
How do we tread lightly on this Earth? It’s a question central to the work of architect Michael Petrovick, who has made sustainability and adaptive reuse of older buildings a cornerstone of his creative process. And with 35 years of experience in the field, he’s equally comfortable designing new construction.
Whether working on a private residence, a business or a municipal building, Petrovick and his associates at Michael Petrovick Architects strive to help clients bring their unique visions to life while navigating project drivers such as budget, site, context and building codes.
With an established office in Keene, New Hampshire, Petrovick opened a second spot in Amesbury a year and a half ago, where he also now lives as well.
Image credit: Newburyport Magazine. Pictured left to right: Joanne McCarthy, Michael Petrovick, Hunter Davis, at Michael Petrovick Architects Amesbury, MA office