Welcome to Albert Frick Associates

Albert Frick Associates, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm, which for more than 25 years has specialized in soil mapping, site evaluation, septic system design, wetland identification and delineation, and environmental permitting.  Frick Associates is committed to the sound management of land resources.  Our goal is to assure environmental sanitation and regulatory compliance, as we maximize the land-use potential of our clients’ properties. 

Our years of experience allow us to offer a broad range of solutions, both basic and ‘cutting edge’, while attempting to work within your cost constraints.  We have a long and successful track record of working with private, corporate, organizational, and municipal clients.  Albert Frick Associates's staff works closely with Town officials, the State of Maine Department of Human Services, the Division of Environmental Health, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, and the US Army Corps of Engineers.  Our staff is extremely well-versed concerning the rules governing land use and the environmental laws and regulations.

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Albert Frick Associates
95A County Road
Gorham, Maine 04038

Telephone: 207-839-5563
Fax: 207-839-5564

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Latest News

University of Maine Engineers Without Borders visit Honduras to finish their humanitarian mission

The University of Maine (UMaine) Chapter of the Engineers Without Borders EWB) returned to the mountains of Honduras to finish their project to help a small village in need. Dulce Vivir de Copan is remote. It is about a 4 hour bus ride south of the city of San Pedro Sula. EWB-UMaine has been working on a project to build a safe and effective sewage treatment and disposal system for this community since 2008. Student members have designed as well as funded the project since its inception. During the 2011 spring break, EWB-UMaine began to construct a sewer system to collect wastewater from 28 rudimentary dwellings. Since then, the group has improved the disposal design and raised necessary funds to complete the project. . This year the students returned to finish the sewer line, septic tank and leachfields construction. Their final accomplishment was to connect the houses of the village to their new septic system.