Christopher Carroll

Christopher Carroll, AIA, LEED AP, Senior Architect, is a licensed architect in Maine and Massachusetts with more than 20 years of design and design/build experience. Relying on a broad spectrum of typologies, aesthetics, and building technologies, Christopher succeeds in reflecting his clients’ visions in the built environment. His designs have guided the creation of residential properties; elementary, middle and high schools; hospital facilities; and community centers.

Christopher and his wife produce organic hay and raise purebred Horned Dorset sheep among other creatures on their farm in Kennebunk, Maine. Recently, he has started the process of restoring dozens of old apple trees on their place with the ambition of developing a homespun cidery.

When he isn’t working in the office or on the farm, Christopher enjoys working with tools and building things. His current project is his daughter’s playhouse. He has also liked working with clay since his first experience on a potter’s wheel in preschool. Although his studio is currently warm weather dependent, he hopes with his daughter’s encouragement he’ll make pottery more regularly. Christopher also likes to hike, bike, surf and sail when opportunities arise.

  • Boston Architectural College, Bachelor of Architecture

  • Licensed Architect: MA and ME
  • LEED Accredited Professional
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certification
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA) Membership
    Community Involvement
    • Member – Planning Board for the Town of Buxton, ME (3 years)
    • Member – Downtown Plan Steering Committee for the City of Biddeford, ME
    • Member – Site Plan Review Board for the Town of Kennebunk, ME (Current)
    • Volunteer – Water Monitoring of the Kennebunk River
    Notable Projects (Prior Practice)
    • Lawrence High School – Lawrence, MA
    • Residence at 53 Salmon Falls Road – Buxton, ME
    • Saint Vincent Hospital – Worcester, MA
    • Sargent Family Community Center – Presque Isle, ME
    • Washburn Norlands Living History Center – Livermore, ME