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Cumberland County and James W. Sewall Company announce broadband planning project. Sewall was unanimously selected by the review committee to perform this work.

Cumberland County and James W. Sewall Company (Sewall) are pleased to announce the launch of a broadband development research project for Cumberland County and its 28 municipalities. The goals of this planning project are to identify the need and demand for expanded and alternative broadband across the County, predict the construction costs for fiber along major arteries as well as the buildout cost for a complete Fiber-to-the-Home network for each municipality, and offer a range of funding...

Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Acquires James W. Sewall Company of Old Town, Maine

Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Capital LLC (TFIC) announced today it has acquired 100% of the shareholder ownership interest of James W. Sewall Company (Sewall), of Old Town, Maine. “We are very pleased and excited to complete this transaction with Sewall Company,” says Stephen Rigal Jones, President and CEO of TFIC.  “We each have benefitted from our working relationship on multiple project efforts and we view this business combination as transformational for both...

Levi Ladd, GISP, CMS, LSIT, rejoins Sewall as GIS analyst. Mr. Ladd specializes in geographic information systems and data collection.

James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce that Levi Ladd has rejoined the firm after 11 years, now as a GIS Analyst. Mr. Ladd first worked at Sewall in 2006 as a cadastral mapping technician immediately after graduating from the University of Maine at Farmington with a BA in Geography/Geology. After his initial employment at Sewall, Mr. Ladd gained experience as a GIS technician for TRC Environmental Corp., providing database design and mapping product outputs for large wind power and...

Sewall hires Finn Bondeson as civil staff engineer. Mr. Bondeson is a 2014 graduate of the University of Maine’s College of Engineering

James W. Sewall Company announces today that Finn Bondeson has joined the firm’s Engineering group as Civil Staff Engineer. Mr. Bondeson is a 2014 graduate of the University of Maine’s College of Engineering, and received its Top Scholar award. As an undergraduate at UMaine, Mr. Bondeson worked as a research assistant in potato genetics at the University’s Cooperative Extension. During the summers, he served as a full-time paid intern, first in the environmental...

Brian Schneider, RF, joins Sewall’s forestry and natural resources consulting team. UMaine graduate joins 137-year-old Maine Company

James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce that Brian Schneider, RF, has joined its  Forestry & Natural Resources Consulting team. Mr. Schneider brings fourteen years’ experience in forestry planning, management, consulting, and education. Mr. Schneider will join Sewall’s valuation team as a Forest & Natural Resource Analyst, focusing on timberland appraisal.  Previous forestry experience includes two years as a land management forester and three years as...

Sewall at MMA Conference October 4 and 5

Visit Booth 41 at the MMA conference in Augusta on October 4 and 5 to speak with consultants Clarence Young, Brett Hart, Mike Edgecomb, and Brian Lippold for your municipal engineering, cable TV franchise renewal agreements, or broadband expansion needs.  

Sewall welcomes Peter D’Anieri, CFA, as natural resource consultant. Over 20 years’ experience in forest investment analysis and portfolio management

James W. Sewall Company announces today the addition of Peter D’Anieri, CFA, to its internationally-known consulting team. Mr. D’Anieri joins Sewall with over 20 years’ experience in forest investment analysis and portfolio management. As part of the Forestry & Natural Resources Consulting group he will focus on forest valuation, due diligence, and investment analysis for Sewall’s domestic and offshore clients. Mr. D’Anieri’s experience in the timber...

Michael Edgecomb joins Sewall as Business Development Manager. Mr. Edgecomb comes to Sewall after 36 years in the cable industry

James W. Sewall Company announces today that Michael Edgecomb has joined the firm’s Utilities group as Business Development Manager. Mr. Edgecomb comes to Sewall after 36 years in the cable industry, with over 20 years negotiating cable TV franchises, and serving as the cable company’s liaison to Maine and New Hampshire municipalities. At Sewall, his primary focus will be cable TV franchising and broadband planning for communities. Previously, Mr. Edgecomb worked for Time Warner...

Brian Lippold joins Sewall as Director of Broadband/Telecom Consulting. Mr. Lippold brings over 30 years of experience in planning, engineering, constructing and operating telecommunications networks

James W. Sewall Company announces today that Brian Lippold has joined the firm’s Utilities group as Director of Broadband and Telecommunications Consulting. Mr. Lippold brings over 30 years of experience in planning, engineering, constructing and operating telecommunications networks to the team.  At Sewall, Mr. Lippold will be responsible for developing new opportunities and guiding the expansion of our capacity to serve the broadband and telecom sector of our practice, with a...

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...

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