Revision Energy creates new company to provide wood pellet boilers and wood pellets from Maine - Revision Heat.

Curvwork designed the brand for the new Maine company - Revision Heat - poineers in the wood pellet business.
The Revision engineering team has been installing wood and pellet boiler systems for 7 years as the solid fuels division of Revision Energy, Inc. of Portland and Liberty, Maine. In 2009, Revision Heat was formed in partnership with Corinth Wood Pellets, Inc. to develop complete wood pellet heating services initially in Maine’s Greater Bangor market and later in the Greater Portland area.

With Corinth Wood pellets as part of the Revision Heat partnership, Revision manages the equipment sold, the system design, installation, equipment maintenance as well as the quality of pellets - to cover all aspects of successful heating in our customers’ homes and businesses.

Revision Heat believes that heating with Maine wood pellets makes simple sense and they've built the company to make it happen.


Curvwork designs and produces a comprehensive signage package for the new 53 Danforth Street Green Building project.

Working closely with the Architect David Lloyd and the building owner Nathan Szanton we developed a unique and well designed system that would meet all the ADA and Fire code needs.

This will be the fourth new building project we have completed with Nathan and David.


Curvwork designs the quintessential 504 book to be reader friendly and accessible.

Curvwork has completed a project for Drummond Woodsum that will extend their brand nationally. The 504 Management System, a volume of writings, guides, forms, a CD, and a Handbook for parents and students, was created by Drummond, the leader in Maine on all things School Law, for their clients and school districts across the country, to help them better understand and manage 504 best practices.

504 Manual

Section 504 is part of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which was enacted by Congress to combat discrimination against individuals with disabilities in services, programs and activities administered by any entity that receives federal funds, including public schools.


Reed & Reed, a major player in the sustainable energy industry goes to Europe with Maine’s trade mission.

Reed & Reed Wind Power services – an EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) contractor – has built over 95% of all the commercial scale wind energy projects in the New England region. Curvwork designed their primary capabilities booklet to promote new business, maintain their market position, and use as a communications vehicle on Maine's trade mission to Germany, Spain and Norway, with Gov. Baldacci, to bolster the state's wind power industry. Gov. Baldacci and 23 businesses and individuals participated in the trip. Stops included Madrid and Zaragoza, Spain, and Bremen and Bremerhaven, both in Germany. The lead designer, Arthur Johnson, said he enjoyed working on the high end offset litho project.



BitSec Forensics rebrands

BitSec Forensics, Inc. is a computer forensics and information security consultancy with offices in Maine, Massachusetts, California and Thailand. BitSec offers training and global on site expertise in computer forensics, information security, electronic discovery, and cyber incident response.


Giles Eye Care launches new website


The Giles Eye Care website allows users to order contact lenses online. The brand was reinvigorated last winter with exterior signage.



Drummond moves into their new building at 84 Marginal Way

The exterior signage is designed with low energy LED lights.

Curvwork developed the usage of the Drummond Woodsum identity to work in the context of the architecture of their new headquarters in Portland, Maine. The location and scale of the exterior signage was planned using environmental design standards to accommodate high speed traffic on the adjacent highway. We also included the latest LED lighting technology to reduce long term energy and maintenance costs.

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