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Governor Baldacci announces creation of statewide map to support broadband development

(Augusta, Maine—13 October 2009) Governor John Baldacci today announced the launch of a project to create the first comprehensive geographic inventory of high-speed Internet services statewide for use in identifying unserved and underserved areas and in planning expansion throughout the State. The project will lay the foundation for administering future State public- and private-sector grants for broadband, creating unprecedented opportunities for broadband service providers (SPs), the...

Delegation aims to advance wind energy

(Portland, Maine--21 September 2009) In an unusual move, firms that want to do business in Europe focus on an industry, not a locale. The itinerary is packed for Maine participants in a renewable energy trade mission to Spain and Germany this week. Briefings, a wind energy trade show, a tour of a turbine manufacturer, networking receptions and matchmaking sessions with possible business partners are all part of the trip organized by the Maine International Trade Center. More

Sewall launches ASGPipelineTM Generation 3.0 at GITA Oil & Gas

James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce the launch of ASGPipelineTM Generation 3.0, the newest version of Sewall's industry-standard pipeline alignment generation software. Generation 3.0, to be commercially released in late 2009, introduces ASGPipelineTM Designer, an innovative graphical interface for fast, intuitive pipeline sheet layout and definition. ASGPipeline Generation 3.0 maintains the best features of ASGPipelineTM, including (1) compatibility with major GIS and asset...

Sewall launches new webinar series on geospatial solutions

James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce the launch of Sewall Webinars, a series of interactive web-based seminars on geospatial solutions for government, utilities, and the natural resource industry.The first scheduled webinar is GeoPowerTM for Municipalities: Online Technology for Shared Services & Cost Savings. Presenter Gary Mullaney, Sewall Director of Systems Engineering, will introduce the GeoPower portal, a web-based system that provides municipal mapping, data maintenance...

Mapping cancer. Old Town company, genetics institute team up to chart the landscape of endemic disease

Bangor, Maine--August 1 (Bangor Daily News). What is the relationship between Maine's lung cancer cases and the location of the state's craggy granite outcroppings? Why is the incidence of melanoma - a life-threatening cancer of the skin linked to prolonged exposure to sunlight - not highest along the lobster coast, as public health experts might predict, but rather in-land, in the forested foothills of Maine's western mountains? Is there a connection between rates of breast and...

Dewberry and Sewall form partnership to provide expanded services

(Fairfax, VA--10 July 2009) Dewberry and James W. Sewall Company have formed a partnership to offer expanded services to their clients in government and industry. Under the teaming arrangement, Dewberry is integrating its broad GIS and mapping technology capabilities with Sewall's expertise in renewable energy, forestry, and natural resources consulting. The two firms are now teamed on multiple contract opportunities, to include Dewberry's recent selection by the U.S. Geological Survey...

Sewall monitors five impaired urban streams

(Old Town, Maine-17 June 2009) The City of Bangor last week launched a two-year project to monitor the flow of five local streams defined as impaired by the Maine DEP-Penjajawoc Stream, Birch Stream, Arctic Brook, Capehart Brook and Shaw Brook. The project, part of Bangor's long-term initiative to improve water quality, is a critical first step to controlling stream contamination from stormwater runoff. To assist the City, environmental engineers at James W. Sewall Company are now tracking...

Joseph H. Osborne joins Sewall as Utilities Solutions Manager

James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph H. Osborne as Utilities Solutions Manager. A consultative sales professional, Mr. Osborne brings twenty years of experience in GIS and related technology solutions for government and the utilities industry. At Sewall, he will play a strategic role in expanding the firm's traditional client base in utilities, including gas and electric distribution/transmission, water/wastewater and telecommunications.  Mr. Osborne...

Sewall announces strategic hires in Forestry and Natural Resources

James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce the hiring of John Kaufman, Mark Leathers, and Scott Twillman to the company's Forestry & Natural Resources (FNR) Consulting Group. The hiring of these staff supports Sewall's strategy to serve a growing global market for natural resource analysis and consulting services. John Kaufman joins the firm as Forest Resource Economist to provide Sewall clients with a range of financial and econometric applications. With a Master's in Forestry from...

Sewall and Reed & Reed deliver wind projects on difficult terrain

James W. Sewall Company and Reed & Reed are helping develop wind energy projects on some of the toughest terrain in the eastern US-the mountains of Maine. Under contract to wind developer First Wind, Sewall and Reed & Reed have teamed to deliver the largest operating commercial-scale wind farm in New England, the $100 million, 57-megawatt wind farm on Stetson Mountain. Sewall and Reed & Reed previously worked together on the $55 million, 42-megawatt wind farm on Mars Hill, the...

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