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 for its Geospatial Products and Services Contract (GPSCII).
During the upcoming ESRI International User Conference, Dewberry and Sewall will jointly present the firms’ capabilities at booth #415. Dewberry will host Patrick Graham, PE, Sewall’s Renewable Energy Group Leader, at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14. Graham will be available to expand on his presentations on applying GIS to wind project development and to the Maine BioGeoBank, an integrated system for genetic and environmental cancer research.
Dewberry is a 2,000-person professional services firm, specializing in management and consulting services, infrastructure engineering services, and architectural and building engineering services.
Established in 1956, the firm has more than 40 locations nationwide, with headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, near Washington, D.C. The firm’s geospatial and program integration service area performs photogrammetry, LiDAR, GIS, and quality assurance and control tasks, and specializes in program management and quality assurance of major geospatial programs for federal, state, and local clients nationwide. For more information, visit www.dewberry.com.
Founded in 1880, Sewall is an integrated team of geospatial, engineering and natural resource consultants who partner with clients to create practical, sustainable solutions. The company's diverse portfolio is based on 100 years' experience in surveying, forestry consulting, and civil engineering; 60 years' in aerial mapping; and 20 years' in geospatial systems and software. Sewall offerings have expanded in recent years to include services in environmental engineering, renewable energy, and web-based technologies. For more information, contact Lisa Schoonmaker, Communications Director, at 207 827 4456; Email: schl@sewall ; or visit www.sewall.com.
Dewberry and Sewall Form Partnership to Provide Expanded Services
July 20, 2009