Founded in 1887, S. E. Minor & Company has assumed a major role in the design, engineering development and physical shaping of Greenwich, Connecticut, as well as other parts of Fairfield and Westchester Counties.

Greenwich is a special place. It is located at the southern tip of Fairfield County, just 28 miles northeast of New York City. 65,000 plus residents of the town enjoy its 32 miles of coastline, public parks, island beaches, equestrian centers, public and private country clubs, marinas and yacht clubs.

The New England landscape and picturesque countryside is the perfect background for crosscountry skiing, hiking and cycling on the trails that wind through the town parks. Greenwich enjoys the lowest tax rate in the area which makes its real estate among the most sought after and most valuable in the country. Not surprisingly, many major corporations and a variety of smaller ones make their homes here in Greenwich.

We at S.E. Minor & Company are proud of the part we have played in its development.

Willard DeVaul (far left) joined S.E. Minor in 1924 and eventually succeeded to own the firm and passed it on to his sons Allan and Robert. Also in this photo from the 1930s is the young patrolman David Robbins who became the Greenwich Chief of Police in 1955 (and later his son also became the Greenwich Chief of Police).

Local Partnerships

S.E. Minor & Company is responsible for the majority of significant subdivisions throughout Greenwich, including Conyers Farm, which alone is larger than the Village of Port Chester. We have handled more than 1,000 wetlands applications and prepared environmental impact statements for very large projects such as Converse Lake.

S.E. Minor & Company works closely with the Town of Greenwich as well as neighboring towns such as Darien, Stamford, and New Canaan.