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The role of software development in an ArcGIS Enterprise deployment

By Gary Mullaney   While many client needs can be met using the standard, out-of-the box set of tools that come with ArcGIS, sometimes they fall short. Sewall’s software developers can customize tools to produce significant gains in efficiency and productivity that are not as costly as people may think. Aren’t there plenty of rich delivery […]

How to Keep Women in Engineering

By Lynn Frazier, PE, PTOE In 2019, the UMaine civil engineering program graduated 36 potential entry-level engineers.  Of those 36 graduates 10 were women and 26 were men; that’s right, more than 25% of these young engineers overcame antiquated societal influences and worked through four years of STEM focused studies to pursue a career in […]

Kay Rand Secures Anchor Tenant for New Millinocket Data Center

Sewall Director and of Counsel Kay Rand was instrumental in securing Jackson Laboratories as the anchor tenant for the new secure green Millinocket Data Center in her role as Lead Consultant to the Developer. Read more about the project here: https://www.mainebiz.biz/article/data-centers-plan-for-millinocket-marks-milestone-for-mill-sites-redevelopment

Biddeford Parking Garage Project

Sewall is proud to be part of the team making the Biddeford, Maine, parking garage a reality. Click this link to see an amazing time lapse video by PC Construction. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/mark-donovan-25320175_pc-friday-update-from-the-biddeford-parking-activity-6781189732371066880-viGO

A View on Maine’s Renewable Energy: Brett Hart

Many see big growth in Maine’s renewable energy potential. James W. Sewall Co., a Maine-based company with 140 years of civil engineering experience, has a view of that future from the ground up. For the second in a series of interviews with Sewall’s experts, Senior VP of Engineering Brett Hart discusses the role of civil […]

A View on Maine’s Renewable Energy: Kay Rand

Many see big growth in Maine’s renewable energy potential. James W. Sewall Co., a Maine-based company with 140 years of civil engineering experience, has a view of that future from the ground up. For our first piece in a series of interviews with Sewall’s experts, we speak with Kay Rand, who sits on Sewall’s board […]

M. Nasir Shir, GISP, Joins Sewall as Director of Geospatial Services

James W. Sewall Company (Sewall) announces today that M. Nasir Shir is the company’s new Director of Geospatial Services.  Mr. Shir will lead and work with Sewall’s geospatial team to diversify its clientele and acquire new projects involving geospatial technology. He will also participate in the QA/QC of geospatial data along with other members of […]

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 […]

Maine’s Recovering Traffic Volumes

By Diane Morabito, PE, PTOE Just as many Mainers have recovered from Coronavirus, our traffic volumes are also recovering.  In early March, after the Governor’s Stay-at-Home order, traffic volumes on Maine’s highways were less than 50% of normal volumes.  Volumes have been increasing and rebounding steadily since April.  Now, in October, Maine is about to […]

Sewall Rebrands to Better Compete in 21st Century

Latest step for Old Town company to modernize itself after TFIC acquisition in 2018 OLD TOWN, ME – Sewall unveiled a new logo, look, and brand today, as part of an overall effort to modernize the business and better prepare it for stability and growth in the years ahead. Sewall, formally known as James W. […]