Although the office has addressed a wide variety of project types during its history, ranging from small scale residential additions up to multimillion dollar hospital projects, publically funded and commercial projects are the predominant focus. Many of our projects over the years have involved working closely with a diverse range of committees and departments to advance the Clients’ realizations for their projects.
With nearly four decades of combined experience, Tennant/Wallace Architects has consistently:
Tennant/Wallace Architects has several design awards including an AIA New Hampshire Honor Award for the Concord Intermodal Facility.
A commitment to responsible environmental design has been an integral part of the design approach since the firm’s inception. To this end, Peter Tennant, president of Tennant/Wallace Architects is a LEED Accredited Professional. Tennant/Wallace has a demonstrated ability to address sustainability, energy efficiency, functionality, aesthetics, and appropriateness to a given site, while simultaneously meeting the clients’ budget parameters.
The lead staff of Tennant/Wallace Architects AIA PA consists of Mr. Tennant and Ms. Maureen McBride, M.Arch. Tennant/Wallace Architects is selective about the projects that they undertake in order to be able to meet the needs of the client and assure that the client will be dealing directly with a principal in the firm throughout the project.
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Mr. Tennant (B.Arch and M.Arch, Montana State University) is the president of Tennant/Wallace Architects AIA PA in Manchester, NH. In his 25 years of professional experience he has overseen and been responsible for a wide variety of projects including libraries, Town offices, community centers, medical office facilities, movie theaters, office buildings, retail facilities, school renovations, historical buildings, and intermodal facilities. As a large share of the work he has been involved with involves public (town, city, state, and federal) funding, he has developed a strong ability to produce documents that can withstand the rigors of open public bidding. Aside from his architectural registrations, Mr. Tennant is, and has been, LEED AP for several years.
Maureen E. McBride, M.Arch
McBride (B.Arch and M. Arch State University of NY School of Architecture and
Planning) is a project manager and CAD supervisor at Tennant/Wallace Architects
AIA PA in Manchester, NH. In her 12 years of professional experience she has
worked every phase of the design process with a developed strength in the
coordination of various subconsultants and overall construction document
expertise, resulting in numerous successful projects. She has a previous
background in construction which facilitates construction administration and
ensures a productive working relationship for all involved in the building