TFIC bringing economic and social benefits to life YARMOUTH, ME – Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Capital (TFIC) www.tficapital.com is wrapping up its fifth year in business, and is proud to be celebrating the 140th year of continuous operation of its wholly owned engineering subsidiary, Sewall. www.sewall.com. TFIC is a developer, owner, and servicer of municipal and institutional […]
Years in the making, city officials hope the parking garage will be a key component in the revitalization effort for the city’s mill district. The garage is one of the first steps the city is taking to revitalize the mill district, and city officials hope it will facilitate the area’s economic development. As a result […]
The Maine Port Authority and Icelandic shipping company Eimskip are collaborating on a new initiative to put Maine on the international map, one pallet-load at a time.
A consortium of private companies plans to build a freezer warehouse for $25 million to $30 million to expand Maine’s only shipping container terminal. A hotly anticipated plan for a waterfront cold-storage warehouse is back on the table in Portland. The consortium of private developers submitted plans to the city last week to build a […]
TFIC and its subsidiary business, Sewall, entered into a preliminary development agreement with the Town of Biddeford. See the story in the Journal Tribune.
James W. Sewall Company (Sewall) announces today that Kay Rand has joined the engineering, survey, and natural resource consulting company’s Board of Directors as an outside member, effective January 28, 2019.
Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Capital LLC (“TFIC”) announced today it has formed a strategic partnership with Boston-based higher education solutions firm, Academic Innovators, toward the improvement of physical plant, infrastructure and energy at US institutions of higher education. As in public sector and civil infrastructure, a watershed moment exists as years of deferred maintenance and the […]