Sebago Technics Welcomes Four New Employees

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine – Sebago Technics, a Maine-based, engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce that four new design professionals have joined the Sebago Team:

Rebecca Gabryszewski joins as Permitting Specialist/Project Coordinator. Rebecca has a degree in Geography from the University of Connecticut and has more than 20 years of experience in land development consulting. She has experience in various aspects of the permitting and regulatory process and has performed wetlands delineations, ESAs, GIS mapping, bid tracking, subdivision design, boundary research, water quality reports and Natural Resource Management Plans.  She lives in Biddeford with her husband and children.

Emmerald “Emmy” Irvin also joins as Permitting Specialist/Permitting Coordinator. Emmy has worked this past year with Sebago Technics as an intern and has contributed significantly to the permitting of the Maine Turnpike Authority – York Toll Plaza project.  Emmy recently graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a degree in Environmental Science and currently lives in Portland.

Caleb Gervais – Caleb interned with Sebago Technics last summer in the Survey Group and spent most of his time on the MDOT crew.  He recently graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Surveying Engineering Technology.  He is starting his full-time employment as Survey Technician.  Caleb currently resides in Augusta.

Matthew McGuirk is joining as a Civil Engineer.  Matt recently graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering.  He grew up in Biddeford and interned with a local geotechnical firm.  He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).