Charles Nadeau Elected President of James W. Sewall Co.
Company CFO/COO succeeds George N. Campbell, Jr., as 8th leader in 140 years
OLD TOWN, ME – The Board of Directors of James W. Sewall Company (Sewall) announced today that Charles Nadeau has followed George N. Campbell, Jr. as the 140-year-old company’s newest president. Mr. Nadeau most recently served as the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of the company. During this tenure, he and his team implemented a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to manage projects, accounting, and human resources seamlessly at the company.
In addition to overseeing accounting and human resources at Sewall, Mr. Nadeau’s new role will encompass direction and leadership of the company in partnership with CEO Andrew Nelson.
George Campbell will continue as a Sewall Board member and Chair of the Board for Sewall’s parent company, Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Capital. His primary responsibilities will center on business development and strengthening of key business alliances critical to the success of both TFIC and Sewall.
Of his new role, Mr. Nadeau said, “I am excited to work with our industry-leading team to continue the great work Sewall has been doing under George’s leadership. Our efforts will continue to be client and solutions focused, with emphasis on advancing Sewall as among the premier employers within Maine and beyond.”
George Campbell adds, “Chuck and I have teamed on major financial decisions and more during TFIC’s ownership of Sewall for the past two years. His presidency is a natural evolution of this collaboration. He understands the legacy of this iconic Maine company and how to grow it and adapt it to changes in the world around us in our 140th year in business. I couldn’t be more pleased with his insight, character, temperament, and leadership qualities. Sewall couldn’t be in better hands.”
To learn more about the company, visit Sewall’s new website at www.sewall.com.
Sewall is a multi-disciplined consulting firm providing services to government, energy and utilities, and the forest industry. Founded in 1880, Sewall is comprised of professional engineers, surveyors, natural resource consultants, and geospatial and information consultants and technologists. Sewall’s owner, Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Capital LLC (TFIC), develops P3 infrastructure projects.