SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine – Sebago Technics, a civil engineering, survey, transportation, landscape architecture and environmental services consulting firm based in South Portland, Maine, announces the acquisition of Sawyer Engineering and Surveying (SES) of Bridgton, Maine. SES is a more than 40-year-old company that has provided engineering, surveying and septic design services to the Lakes Region of Maine.
The firm was founded and owned by George Sawyer. Mr. Sawyer will be staying on as we transition the business and clients to Sebago. Most of SES’s work has been in the Lakes Region including Bridgton, Naples, Casco, Raymond, Fryeburg, the rest of Northern Cumberland County and parts of western Androscoggin and southern Franklin counties.
Mark Adams, President and CEO of Sebago Technics stated, “Sebago Technics and its employee-owners are privileged to be able to carry on the excellent work and reputation of Sawyer Engineering and Surveying while continuing to serve its many loyal clients. We are excited about this acquisition and the additional opportunities it creates for Sebago. Growth of the company and people are vital to Sebago’s success. I believe that this opportunity will help fuel our continued success.”
For SES, the sale is a means of ownership, client and employee succession to assure that all are transitioned to a respected and like-minded company. For Sebago, the acquisition is a strategic opportunity geographically founded on SES’ longtime clients and reputation. Clients and projects in the region will benefit from Sebago’s expanded services in areas such as landscape architecture, traffic/transportation engineering, high definition laser scanning, construction inspection and environmental services. The result will be greater opportunities for Sebago, its employee-owners, and SES clients. The company will operate as Sawyer Engineering and Surveying – a division of Sebago Technics in the short-term, to transition clients, projects and others. Sebago Technics, a 100% employee-owned company, offers businesses, developers, landowners, and public agencies services in engineering, planning, permitting, development and construction of projects throughout Maine and Northern New England.