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. […]

Bret Vicary honored with 2020 President’s Award from the Association of Consulting Foresters of America, Inc.

Bret Vicary, PhD, MAI, ACF, President/CEO, Sewall Forestry & Natural Resource Consulting LLC, was honored with the President’s Award from the Association of Consulting Foresters of America, Inc. (ACF) during the national association’s Annual Business Meeting. ACF members are independent professionals who provide professional consulting services to forest owners and other clients across the U.S. […]

Congressional Hearing Listens Intently to Sewall Transportation Expert on Critical Infrastructure Needs

Traffic engineer Lynn Frazier testified in DC in support of infrastructure funding. March 13, 2020 OLD TOWN, ME – Lynn Frazier, P.E., P.T.O.E., A.M.ASCE testified on behalf of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) in Washington, D.C. late last month about the state of the nation’s infrastructure. Frazier, experienced traffic engineer at Old Town-based […]

Kay Rand Joins Sewall Board

James W. Sewall Company (Sewall) announces today that Kay Rand has joined the engineering, survey, and natural resource consulting company’s Board of Directors as an outside member, effective January 28, 2019. Sewall recently announced six new hires and the purchase of Maine Traffic Resources to support the legacy company’s ability to help communities and industry […]