Sebago Technics is honored to receive two awards at the ACEC of Maine Fall Forum, highlighting our commitment to excellence and innovation in engineering.
The first award recognizes Curtis Thompson, Sebago’s Senior Traffic Operations Engineer / Project Manager, for his exceptional leadership on the Accelerated Innovation Deployment Demonstration Project for the City of Dover, New Hampshire. Curtis spearheaded the project, showcasing our expertise in data collection and analysis using innovative technology.
The second award was presented to Terry D. Bennett, PLS LPF MRICS ENV SP LEED® AP, VP of Survey-Geomatics, who led the Coastal Resiliency Project for the Town of St. George, Maine. Terry’s visionary approach not only earned accolades for the project but also played a pivotal role in building community awareness of climate change impacts. This is a testament to the power of innovative survey-geomatics tools in making a positive impact on our environment for years to come.
Both projects were collaborative efforts involving many of our talented employee-owners across all of the disciplines within our company. Their collective expertise and dedication have truly made a mark on these endeavors. Sebago Technics is proud to celebrate these achievements and we look forward to continuing our tradition of excellence in engineering.