Skip to main content

James W. Sewall

 

Press Releases

Sewall hires Lee Freeman as Vice President, Global Business Development

Sewall is pleased to announce the hire of Lee Freeman as Vice President, Global Business Development.  With 35 years’ experience in forestry and natural renewable resources, Mr. Freeman will lead Sewall’s business development and consultative sales in biomass, carbon and other renewable energy markets, complementing Sewall’s existing staff expertise in engineering, geospatial, and forestry and natural resources consulting. Mr. Freeman comes to Sewall from Thomson...

Using ecospatial GIS to site offshore wind. Geospatial technology helps power Maine's ocean wind industry. An article on Sewall's Ocean Wind Energy GIS in North American Clean Energy

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has recently allocated over $200 million in grants to develop and deploy offshore wind energy projects in the Great Lakes and Gulf of Mexico, and off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.  This funding is dedicated in part to advancing offshore wind technologies through select demonstration projects, seven of which have been awarded first phase funding for engineering, design, and permitting; with potential follow-on funding for siting, construction, and...

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...

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 Forestry expands economics and appraisal staff

Sewall is pleased to announce the expansion of its forest economics and valuation capacity through staff expansions in the US South and Northeast. Gary Mullaney, Forest Economist and Director, Systems.  After graduate studies in forest economics at Duke University, Gary worked in the forest products industry (MeadWestvaco) for 27 years, where his responsibilities included GIS and information systems, long-term wood supply planning, financial modeling, and environmental and regulatory...

Sierra Club, Sewall and Greenleaf Advisors launch SmartSiting project in Great Lakes

The Sierra Club, James W. Sewall Company, and Greenleaf Advisors are building a team of stakeholders to develop a regional web-based GIS for siting wind energy projects in the Great Lakes. The proposed online system, the first wind siting tool of its kind in the US, will provide developers, regulators, government officials, NGOs, landowners and other organizations with high-value environmental and ecospatial information for use in identifying offshore project sites and evaluating the...

Mississippi counties collaborate on costs of coastal imagery project

Six counties in southern Mississippi have launched a cost-savings project to capture the first comprehensive post-Katrina imagery of the Mississippi coastal region. In an innovative inter-local process, Harrison, Hancock, Jackson, George, Stone, and Pearl River counties have teamed together with the Mississippi Department of Transportation, the Department of Environmental Quality, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) through the Northern Gulf Institute to develop...

Michael S. Riley, PE, joins Sewall as Senior Project Manager. Water/wastewater consulting engineer to expand Sewall client base

James W. Sewall Company is pleased to announce the hiring of water/wastewater engineer Michael S. Riley, PE, as Senior Project Manager in Engineering. With 20 years’ experience in water/wastewater consulting and municipal utility management, he will play a strategic role in expanding Sewall’s traditional client base in the New England water/wastewater market. Mr. Riley has a career record of accomplishment in both professional consulting and water utility management. As project...

Sewall forms multidisciplinary Environmental Sciences group

Sewall has formed a new multidisciplinary Environmental Sciences group to deliver innovative solutions in water resources and water quality management to government, industry, and commercial clients. Under the direction of Dr. Jeffrey S. (Steve) Kahl, the Environmental Sciences group integrates Sewall expertise in engineering, GIS mapping and natural resources to conduct research, seek grant funding, and implement large-scale projects in stormwater and watershed management, water quality...

Maine Offshore Wind Report official release

The University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center and the DeepCwind Consortium released the Maine Offshore Wind Report today. The report is available for download online at DeepCwind.org/offshorewindreport. UMaine Prof. Habib Dagher is leading statewide efforts to develop the technology and infrastructure that will enable Maine to capitalize on deepwater offshore wind as an energy resource.   Funded by more than $1 million from the U.S. Department of Energy...

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next
 

Powered by Sewall