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TFMoran Hosts August Network PM for Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

TFMoran proudly celebrated hosting the Greater Manchester of Commerce Network PM event for the 19th consecutive year on Thursday, August 20th. Over 200 chamber members, guests, TFMoran staff, and their families enjoyed an amazing summer barbecue on the front lawn of the Bedford office. “Growing Business in New Hampshire” was this year’s theme and it focused on some TFMoran’s projects over the last year.  These projects include a major new distribution center, a new manufacturing facility, a Whole Foods market, a new University library, a grand hotel, and many multi-family residences. TFMoran’s engineers, surveyors and landscape architects were on hand to talk about our recent projects and how we play a critical role in growing New Hampshire’s economy.

The Wine’ing Butcher did a great job grilling steak tips, burgers and dogs, while The Inside Scoop topped off dinner with their delicious ice cream, and it was a perfect night for ice cream! The Royal Bouquet had two beautiful flower arrangements that were included in the door prizes. All three businesses are located at the French-Atwood Marketplace in Bedford.

The Chamber president Michael Skelton introduced Dylan Cruess, TFMoran’s Chief Operating Officer, who welcomed everyone and acknowledged the TFM staff for their hard work in making this event a success.

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Jeremy Belanger joins TFMoran’s Civil Engineering Department

Jeremy Belanger, EIT was recently hired to serve as a Civil Project Engineer in TFMoran’s Bedford office. Jeremy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Water Resources from the University of New Hampshire. Jeremy’s work experience includes hydrolic and hydropower generation analysis, dam removal feasibility and design, and FEMA flood plain mapping.

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Nick Golon Selected for Leadership Greater Manchester Program

Nicholas Golon, PE, Senior Project Manager, from TFMoran has been chosen to be part of the 2015-16 Leadership Greater Manchester Program run by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.  Each year the Chamber of Commerce selects a diverse group of approximately 35 business, civic, and community minded individuals to explore the greater Manchester and New Hampshire economy and culture.  The Program consists of a two-day overnight retreat followed by nine monthly sessions that focus on different community topics including Manchester History, Economic Development, Education, Local and State Government, Arts & Culture, Communications & Media, Healthcare, Criminal Justice, and Human Services.

The Leadership Greater Manchester Program is an incredibly valuable and educational experience for anyone interested in learning the many different facets of the Greater Manchester Community.

TFMoran is proud to have Nick selected for this year’s class.  Click on the link to read the GMCC Leadership Program Brochure.

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TFMoran to Sponsor SNHU’s Penmen for Patriots 5k Road Race

TFMoran is continuing its support for the local community and our Country’s service men and women by sponsoring the inaugural Penmen for Patriots 5k Road Race put on by Southern New Hampshire University.  The 5k road race will be held on Saturday, November 14, 2015 on the SNHU campus.  All of the race proceeds will benefit Veterans Count, a local New Hampshire based program of Easter Seals, who’s mission is to, “…provide critical and timely financial assistance and services when no other resource is available to veterans, service members and their families, to ensure their dignity, health and overall well‐being.”

TFMoran is encouraging its staff and their families to participate in the race by covering the entrance fees for those that take part.

PDF Flyer for SNHU Penmen for Patriots 5k Road Race