Baker Newman Noyes Expands in Boston

Portland, Maine-based Baker Newman Noyes (BNN) (FY14 net revenue of $29.8 million) moved to new office space in downtown Boston at 175 Federal Street. The move provides the firm with more than twice as much space as their previous location.

The firm used this move as an opportunity to create a working environment that provides its Boston-based employees and principals more space and improved use of technology. The project was led by principal and COO Sean Sinclair. “Our Massachusetts presence is growing rapidly, and that is evident with the recent increase in our Boston workforce as well as our expanded internship program there,” says Sinclair. “It is important we keep pace with our continued growth. This move was the perfect opportunity to provide a modern and efficient working space for our current employees, while keeping in mind our needs in the future.”

BNN employees were involved in designing their new office and were excited to have a hands-on role in selecting the space, working alongside the architects on the design and creating an environment that reflects the energy and enthusiasm of its people. As a result, the firm achieved its goal: a sleek and bright workplace that meets the needs of an evolving team.

“This project was a huge success and we are very excited to be working in our new space,” says Mark Audi, PIC of the Boston office. “The whole process embodied the team spirit and collaborative approach that makes our firm successful.”