Belfast Cohousing & Ecovillage, Maine

Belfast Cohousing & Ecovillage, Maine



Belfast Cohousing and Ecovillage is a precedent setting, 36 unit, Passive House–level development built in rural Maine, scheduled for completion in 2014. The goal of the project is to preserve farmland while demonstrating a smart-growth model based on compact development and low-energy buildings, built at costs comparable to standard residential construction. GO Logic developed the site plan and designed the residential units, and also serves as general contractor.

Hurricane Island

Hurricane Island



GO Logic, in collaboration with Philip Conkling & Associates, recently completed a master plan for the Hurricane Island Foundation on Hurricane Island, a 138-acre island located 12 miles out to sea in the Penobscot Bay. The objective of the master plan is to develop the planning and infrastructure for an educational center and small year-round community that is off the grid and energy independent on a remote, rugged island off Maine’s coast.

Wolfe’s Neck Farm

Wolfe’s Neck Farm



The Wolfe’s Neck Farm Master Plan, developed in collaboration with Ann Kearsley Design, is an agriculture-based educational and recreational campus, located on a 626-acre saltwater farm on the shores of Casco Bay in Freeport, Maine. The plan involves the creation of a campus at Wolfe’s Neck Farm, to serve as a central destination for visitors.

Camp and Retreat Center, Ohio

Camp and Retreat Center, Ohio



GO Logic, in collaboration with Ann Kearsley Design, created a master plan for a sustainable camp and retreat facility that encompasses all aspects of the 140-acre site’s development, including a working organic farm. The overall goal is for the site to achieve a net-zero level of performance for the buildings and facilities with energy use offset by onsite renewable resources including solar PV and biofuel production.

Penobscot Marine Museum

Penobscot Marine Museum



GO Logic provided a feasibility and architectural study, including renovations and additions to the block of Greek Revival buildings housing the Penobscot Marine Museum in downtown Searsport, ME. Through renovation of this block, the PMM would be able to improve its presence in Searsport’s downtown and attract more visitors to enhance year-round vibrancy while simultaneously creating larger and more adaptable exhibit spaces.