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Archive: December 2012

ConnectME Authority sends out second cycle of broadband surveys to Maine residential and business consumers. Sewall to update assessment of Maine broadband needs in 2013

Since January 2010, the ConnectME Authority has been awarded nearly $5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding from the Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), to pursue  broadband mapping, planning, technical assistance and capacity building projects, creating the first comprehensive geographic inventory of high-speed internet services statewide for use in identifying unserved and underserved areas and in planning...

Sewall opens office in Portland, Maine. Regional base to offer expanded engineering, natural resource, and GIS consulting services

Sewall has opened a new office in Portland, Maine, to provide engineering, natural resource and GIS consulting services to clients in southern Maine and central New England. Sewall’s Portland office establishes a regional base in southern Maine for delivering innovative stormwater management and energy solutions; traditional civil, water/wastewater, transportation and structural engineering; forestry and natural resource consulting; and a wide range of geospatial services, from GIS...

Rockland County uses Sewall GIS tool to streamline response to Sandy. Common operating picture of road conditions key to emergency communications

Rockland County, New York, relied on a new interactive mapping tool developed by Sewall to expedite emergency response during Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath. The tool, which provides a map-based common operating picture, enabled County, local and State highway, fire, police, utility, the Red Cross and other emergency personnel to record and share information on road obstructions and closures as events unfolded. The County, hardest hit by tidal surges and winds that downed trees and power...

 

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