Sewall engineers provided design and permitting services for the Passamaquoddy Tribe’s multi-use trail project. Pit Trail is a 3.8 mile long shared-use trail that provides connectivity between two residential areas of Indian Township. This project included the installation of a 10-ft wide, 70-ft span, pre-fabricated bridge crossing Huntley Brook. It also included the installation of dynamic trail crossing warning signs. Sewall services included topographic survey, wetland delineation, preliminary design, environmental permitting, final design, construction documents, bidding assistance, construction administration, and inspection. Regulatory approvals were obtained from MaineDOT, MaineDEP, and US Army Corps of Engineers. In addition, an Environmental Assessment was performed in compliance with the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ NEPA process. Phase I & II of the project were completed in 2015 & 2016 respectively.