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Sewall hires professional wetlands scientist Chester C. Bigelow, III

(Old Town, Maine--26 August 2008)  James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce the hire of Chester C. Bigelow, III, PWS, as Senior Environmental Scientist. Mr. Bigelow brings to Sewall 25 years’ experience in aquatic and wetland ecology and environmental engineering, with a specialization in water quality monitoring, wetland restoration, and ecological conservation and management. Prior to joining Sewall, Mr. Bigelow played a pivotal role in developing, implementing and...

Seneca County engages Sewall to develop online tax parcel solution

(Old Town, Maine--28 July 2008)  Seneca County, New York, and national GIS firm James W. Sewall Company announced today at the annual conference of the New York State Association of Directors of Real Property Tax Services the award of a contract to develop and deploy the eParcel Hub™, an innovative on-line solution for delivering tax parcel data to the public and for streamlining tax collection information management and other assessment-related processes. eParcel Hub will enable...

Sewall is awarded Massachusetts ITS33 contract for GIS services

The Operational Services Division (OSD) of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has awarded James W. Sewall Company an Information Technology Services (ITS33)--Solutions Providers contract for the development, customization, selection, and implementation of geographic information systems (GIS). Under the terms of this procurement, Sewall is pre-qualified to provide a range of GIS services, including data conversion and maintenance, database design and application development, software and...

Sewall forms new Geospatial Solutions group to provide innovative GIS products and services

(Old Town, Maine--25 June 2008)  James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce the formation of Geospatial Solutions (GS), a new GIS-oriented technology group that will develop and deliver innovative products and services to Sewall clients in government and industry. To lead the GS team and bring to market new offerings, Sewall has hired technology executive David Levine as Vice President, and GIS product development professional Bill Sharp as Product Manager. As Vice President, Mr....

Sewall mobilizes within hours to map Maine flood

(Old Town, Maine--22 May 2008)  In a rapid-response mobilization, James W. Sewall Company captured color aerial photography and created digital orthophotography of the recent record-breaking flood in the Town of Fort Kent, Maine. Heavy rain and melting snow during the last week of April caused unprecedented flooding throughout Northern Maine, particularly at the confluence of the St. John and Fish rivers in Fort Kent. On Thursday May 1, the St. John crested nearly 6 feet over flood...

Sewall establishes new support center

(Old Town, Maine--26 March 2008)  James W. Sewall Company announces today the opening of Sewall Helpdesk, a new client support center for users of Sewall-developed software and systems, including web-delivered applications, hosted map viewers, and desktop products. For fast, reliable technical support, users can access the center through a toll-free number during East Coast business hours and round the clock via e-mail.Sewall Helpdesk is part of Sewall’s continuing efforts to...

Sewall to provide GIS strategic planning for the State of Maine

(Old Town, Maine--7 March 2008)  The Maine Library of Geographic Information has selected James W. Sewall Company to update its 2002 GIS Strategic Plan to national standards and to design a statewide land records information system. The project, funded through a grant from the Federal Geographic Data Committee’s Cooperative Agreement Program and the Maine GeoLibrary Board, will bring the State’s GIS activities into alignment with the National States’ Geographic...

Sewall awarded US Marine Corps contract for GIS consulting services

(Old Town, Maine--19 February 2008)  The U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence Activity has contracted James W. Sewall Company to provide GIS consulting services in support of the development of geospatial intelligence applications. As an Independent Project Controller (IPC), Sewall is evaluating portable hardware and software systems for delivering mission-specific GIS mapping and imagery products to Marine Corps forces in the field. The project is part of the MCIA’s larger Geospatial...

Sewall reorganizes to streamline delivery of client solutions and drive growth

(Old Town, Maine--22 January 2008)  James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce that the firm is reorganizing to streamline the delivery of client solutions and to drive company growth. A national geospatial, engineering, and natural resources consulting company, Sewall is integrating its diverse capabilities, products, and services across business units to provide comprehensive, client-focused offerings to major market sectors. The reorganization is key to building Sewall’s...

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