Graham W. Vickers, AIA, has been named to serve on the newly created BArch Advisory Board for the University of Maine at Augusta’s School of Architecture. UMA’s five-year bachelor of architecture degree prepares students to become licensed architects.
Vickers focuses on designing for justice clients, including specialty expertise in courts, reentry facilities, prisons and juvenile detention centers. He was the lead designer and architect for the MDOC Women’s Reentry Center, a state-of-the-art, 96-bed facility in Windham providing educational, behavioral and wellness programming to minimum-custody female offenders in the final three years of their sentences. His current projects include the major renovation and new construction at the Maine Correctional Center in Windham. Vickers chairs the Emerging Professionals of AIA Academy of Architecture on Justice. He also serves on the board of the Portland Society for Architecture. He is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
The University of Maine Augusta established the BArch Advisory Board to receive accreditation from the National Architecture Accrediting Board. Advisory board members review curriculum and mentor students.Back to News and Resources