545 Concord Avenue, Suite 210
Cambridge, MA 02138-1125
FAX (617) 547-0102
Robert E. Brais, Vice Pres.
This consulting firm performs economic impact surveys and feasibility studies for prospective ship museums. They have performed a number of studies for HNSA member museums.
ConsultEcon, Inc. was founded in 1991 as The Office of Thomas J. Martin. Mr. Martin founded the firm after over 20 years of experience in economic, planning and management consulting. Soon after the firm was started he was joined by Mr. Robert Brais. The firm name was changed to ConsultEcon, Inc. effective January 1, 2001 in recognition of our expanded operations and the new millennium.
Since the firm’s founding we have completed projects for a wide range of private, non-profit and governmental clients. We have helped clients develop and refine plans and project concepts so that they can be successfully and profitably implemented. We have worked with clients through project concept development to project implementation.
The operating philosophy of the firm has remained consistent since its beginning. We strive to provide the most objective, achievable and useful results for our clients worldwide. We are committed to bringing the most reliable information, research and judgment to bear on each assignment. Our staff members are active in many professional organizations and we support research on topics of interest to our clients. Our services are custom designed to meet each client’s unique needs whether in determining concept definition and refinement, establishing market proof of plans and concepts, determining financial viability, supporting project funding or creating sustainable operating strategies. We work individually with clients or as part of multi-disciplinary teams providing a wide range of business and economic development services.