News

    • 2018 article in New York Times article "Between Mosquito Bites, Getting the Lay of the Land" about Tara Hartson

    • ALTA survey in Bangor for commercial property transaction in 2017

    • Woodlot survey in Gouldsboro during 2016 for timber harvest using GPS equipment

    • Survey of marina in Mount Desert in 2016

    • Boundary survey of large woodlot in Orland in 2016 to enable the client to convey the property

    • Site survey in Gouldsboro in June 2016 of existing transmission tower and right of way

    • Site survey and land use permitting for a development on Franklin Street in Ellsworth for six unit housing development in the downtown area in 2016

    • Boundary survey of Jones Marsh in Bar Harbor for conservation project during 2016

    • Site plan prepared for proposed housing development in Southwest Harbor in the summer of 2016

    • Survey of large parcel adjacent to Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor prior to land being placed in conservation easement during 2015 and 2016

    • Survey of private estate in Northeast Harbor during the fall of 2015 in anticipation of conveyance

    • Expansion of subdivision in Ellsworth for Maine Estates development. 14 residential subdivision lots permitted

    • 2012 Article in University of Maine Engineering Magazine "Established Baseline" featuring UMaine graduate Tara Hartson. 

    • 2008 New offices at 130 Oak Street in Ellsworth

    • 2007 Article in Professional Surveyor Magazine   
      This article highlights Herrick & Salsbury's work with the environmental cleanup of a former mine site in Blue Hill, Maine

    • 1999 - Another Franklin Street expansion

    • 1986 - Franklin Street expansion

    • 1978 - Offices moved to Franklin Street in Ellsworth

    • 1968 - Offices in Blue Hill, Maine

    • 1962 - Herrick & Salsbury began practicing land surveying