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Updated: September 1, 2023

Bangor-based engineering firm hires VP of geospatial services

James W. Sewall Co., an engineering and consulting firm based in Bangor, has appointed Christen Wilber as its vice president of geospatial services. 

Courtesy / James W. Sewall Co.
Christen Wilber

Wilber will oversee all aspects of the geospatial division, including geospatial asset management, geospatial forestry and geospatial services that help enhance and expand the company’s civil engineering offerings. He will work out of Sewall's Portland and Bangor offices. 

Wilber comes to Sewall from his most recent work as a consultant with Attar Engineering’s survey group, managing crews and reviewing plans and proposals.

“Chris brings significant executive-level leadership experience to the Sewall team, having 35 years of progressively responsible experience in business management, large project management, and energy projects in the growing clean energy space,” said Charles Nadeau, president of Sewall.

“He brings a curious, thoughtful, inventive approach to his work in GS. I am thrilled to add his talents to our already outstanding GS team.”

Work history

Before Attar Engineering, he served as president of SGC Engineering LLC, the U.S.-based engineering, survey and GIS division of Lloyd’s Register of London. During that time, he led a 175-person engineering company specializing in oil and gas and renewables, reporting to the global parent company under its renewable energy lead as vice president. 

He was vice president of pipeline services at Lloyd’s Register in Houston and London and served as director of pipeline services for SGC Engineering in Portland. 

Wilber received his bachelor’s degree in forest technology from the University of New Hampshire.

Founded in 1880, Sewall consists of professional engineers, surveyors, natural resource consultants, geospatial and information consultants and technologists. 

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