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Sewall hires Connie Li Krampf as certified photogrammetrist/analyst. Ms. Krampf brings 29 years’ experience in all phases of photogrammetry

    Sewall is pleased to announce the hire of Connie Li Krampf, CP, CMS, MSCS, as Certified Photogrammetrist/Analyst. Ms. Krampf will complement and strengthen Sewall’s imaging and mapping capabilities.   Ms. Krampf brings 29 years’ experience in all phases of photogrammetry as a Certified Photogrammetrist (CP) and Certified Mapping Scientist (CMS) in GIS/LIS.  Previous experience includes serving as Certified Photogrammetrist/GIS Specialist at AECOM in...

Sewall hires Philip Nash as global economist/consultant. Nash will provide macro-economic analysis of domestic and overseas timberland markets

Sewall is pleased to welcome Philip Nash as Global Economist/Consultant. With over 32 years’ experience in finance, the past 16 focusing on timberland investment and research, Mr. Nash will join Sewall’s Forestry & Natural Resource Consulting group, the oldest in North America. He will provide macro-economic analysis of domestic and overseas markets; conduct research, risk analysis, and investment counseling services for timberland investors; and support Sewall’s forest...

Universal Service Fund (USF) Assessment: A Study on the Impacts and Opportunities of USF Reforms in Maine. A Sewall study commissioned by the ConnectME Authority

James W. Sewall Company announces today the release of the Universal Service Fund (USF) Assessment: A Study on the Impacts and Opportunities of USF Reforms in Maine. Commissioned by the ConnectME Authority in November 2013, Sewall conducted the study to evaluate the existing and potential impacts of the FCC’s reforms on the USF in Maine; assess the strength of Maine’s positioning for USF support, identifying the potential gap in Maine’s future funding resources; and provide...

Sewall and CAI Technologies announce new cooperative agreement. Clients to benefit from the professional expertise of two GIS companies

James W. Sewall Company of Old Town, Maine, and Cartographic Associates, Inc. (dba CAI Technologies) of Littleton, New Hampshire, have announced a new cooperative agreement whereby clients will benefit from the expertise of two GIS companies instead of one.  According to the agreement, Sewall and CAI will market their combined services, knowledge and capacity to clients, providing them access to a full continuum of capabilities, including local, regional, and state mapping; GIS...

ConnectME Authority: Developing broadband in Maine: baseline update 2013. Sewall collaborates with Authority on new broadband availability and adoption study

The ConnectME Authority is pleased to announce the release of Developing Broadband in Maine: Baseline Update 2013, a new study on Maine broadband availability and adoption.  Developed in collaboration with James W. Sewall Company, the study updates the baseline findings of the 2011 Broadband Needs Assessment, identifies factors driving recent broadband growth, and provides recommendations for use in strengthening the Authority’s broadband strategies as outlined in the 2012...

County receives Digital Government Achievement Award. Long-term Sewall client Rockland County, NY, recognized for GIS Emergency Application.

County Executive C. Scott Vanderhoef announced that the Rockland County Planning Department’s Geographic Information System (GIS) team has received a National 2013 Digital Government Achievement Award in the Government-to-Government Category from the Center for Digital Government. More https://rocklandgov.com/files/8013/7936/0725/Digital_Government_Achievement_Award_FINAL_9-13.pdf

Forest Inventory Basics, Part 2. VP Bret Vicary, PHD, publishes article in Brookfield Second Quarter 2013 Global Timberlands Research Report

When reviewing a potential timberland investment opportunity, a seller will generally provide potential buyers with a detailed forest inventory database, and a significant part of the due diligence process includes verifying the accuracy of this data. To fully appreciate what is involved in generating a typical forest inventory database...More

Maine Gateway captures photo of Brett Hart, PE, at work in Sewall booth at AWEA Windpower

Bangor Region Development Alliance (BRDA) called on companies in the wind industry, both manufacturers and service providers, during the American Wind Energy Assoc. international conference...more

Forest Inventory Basics, Part 1. VP Bret Vicary, PHD, publishes article in Brookfield First Quarter 2013 Global Timberlands Research Report

Imagine for a moment that you are a real estate investor looking at an opportunity to acquire Class A office building in downtown Seattle. When evaluating a real estate investment, a key component of due diligence is verifying the physical attributes of the property, such as square footage, age, condition, location, etc. Investors may disagree about subjective factors like market supply, demand, and growth potential, but the physical attributes are relatively straight forward to measure and...

Aroostook Resources, Inc., awards first phase of Bald Mountain assessment to Sewall. Maine company to lead evaluation of Aroostook County mineral deposit

Aroostook Resources, Inc., part of the JD Irving Group of Companies, has chosen Maine engineering and natural resources consulting firm James W. Sewall Company of Old Town to develop a new mineral resource estimate for Aroostook County’s Bald Mountain mineral prospect.  Discovered in the mid-1970s by former Sewall geologist John Cummings on behalf of the Northeast Joint Venture, the deposit is being evaluated as a potential source of copper, zinc, gold, and silver.  This is...

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