Sewall hires Joshua O’Neill as natural resource analyst/forester, brings experience in forest inventory and analyzing GIS, forest health, forest structure, and energy data
Sewall’s Forestry & Natural Resource Consulting group is pleased to welcome Joshua O’Neill as Natural Resource Analyst/Forester. Mr. O’Neill comes to us with six field seasons’ experience in forest inventory and three years analyzing GIS, forest health, forest structure, and energy data.
Mr. O’Neill will assist Sewall clients who require forest inventory services and spatial information management for due diligence and ongoing management activities. He will provide support to various projects that include forest inventory, natural resource appraisal, forest management, and research. He will also work with Sewall’s GIS team in developing geospatial solutions for natural resource managers.
Mr. O’Neill studied forestry and GIS at the University of Vermont, and earned his M.F. in Forest Health and GIS from the University of California at Berkeley. He has held research positions with the University of Vermont and University of Washington where he studied maple syrup production and forest health, respectively. Mr. O’Neill has received awards for academic achievement and forest management research. Before joining Sewall, he worked as a GIS consultant.
Bret Vicary, PhD, Vice President of Forestry and Natural Resources at Sewall, says, “We are delighted to have Joshua on our consulting team. He brings a very diverse background to Sewall and our customers. Joshua’s passion for learning will serve our clients well as Sewall continues to develop sophisticated GIS solutions for natural resource analysis and management. He will also provide substantial support to our growing due diligence and valuation business.”
Mr. O’Neill will work out of Sewall’s Old Town, Maine, office. He can be reached at (207) 817-5427 | firstname.lastname@example.org as of July 6.
About Sewall: Founded in 1880, Sewall is an international consulting organization specializing in natural resources, energy, and infrastructure. Sewall forestry projects span five continents. The company’s diverse portfolio is based on 135 years' experience in surveying, forestry consulting, and civil engineering; 65 years' in remote sensing; and 30 years' in GIS and application development. For information, please visit www.sewall.com or contact Bret Vicary at (207) 817-5447 | email@example.com.