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August 29th Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for SNHU’s new 5-story, 382-bed Kingston Hall

At a ceremony on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 the ribbon was officially cut at Kingston Hall, the newest dormitory at Southern New Hampshire University. A crowd of students, faculty, and members of the project team were on hand to join SNHU’s President, Dr. Paul LeBlanc in the celebration of the grand opening. Refreshments were offered in the common spaces on the first floor, while tours were given by staff of the dormitory rooms above. TFMoran’s Dylan Cruess, Adam Jimenez and Susan Bartley were honored to be a part of the celebration in congratulating SNHU for another successful project on campus. TFMoran provided survey, permitting, civil/site engineering, and landscape architecture services for this beautiful new 114,775 sf,  5-story, 382-bed dormitory located on the west side of campus in Hooksett, NH. The project architects are Mackey Mitchell of St. Louis, MO and Lavallee Brensinger Architects of Manchester, NH and the general contractor is Whiting Turner of Framingham, MA.

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TFMoran attends Groundbreaking Ceremony for NBCUniversal Boston Media Center

On Thursday, August 16, 2018 a groundbreaking ceremony was held in Needham, Massachusetts at the site of the future NBCUniversal Media Center. Attending this exciting event was TFMoran Project Manager, Jason Hill, PE who provided civil/site design, permitting and construction administration services for the project. TFMoran’s Massachusetts licensed landscape architects also provided landscape design services. The redevelopment of the former General Dynamics facility will house the 170,000sf NBCUniversal Boston headquarters. This project is located in the Needham Crossing office park, in the newly zoned N-Squared Innovation District. The facility will combine the NBC group, which currently occupies four separate locations, into a single media center which will be the new home of NBC Boston, Telemundo Boston, NECN, and NBC Sports Boston. The project architect is Gensler of Boston, MA and the general contractor is Lee Kennedy Company of Quincy, MA.

For more information click on this link: Press Release NBC10 Boston – Groundbreaking NBCU Boston

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A TFMoran 50 Year Celebration at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce August Network PM

On Thursday August 16th, 2018 TFMoran hosted the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Network PM event celebrating TFMoran’s 50th Year! There was a great turnout of over 150 Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce members and guests, TFMoran staff and their families.  Despite the harsh rainy weather throughout the week, the weather for this year’s barbecue was absolutely beautiful!

Tidewater Caterers served up the fan favorite steak tips, along with hot dogs, hamburgers, and BBQ chicken.  The gals from The Inside Scoop served up blueberry pie and butter crunch ice cream for everyone to enjoy along with the large TFMoran 50 Year Celebration cake! TFMoran’s President, Robert Duval, gave a speech commemorating the successes of the company, finishing with a big thank you to the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Duval then passed over the microphone to Heather Avella, Membership Director for the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, who then passed out prizes for the evening’s raffle.

Overall, this year’s event was a big success! Thank you to everyone who joined us to celebrate TFMoran’s 50th year! And, thanks to the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce for providing this wonderful networking opportunity.

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Scott Olsen Participates in the 37th Annual Prouty Bike Race

On Saturday, July 14th TFMoran Project Engineer Scott Olsen, CPESC participated in cycling 100 miles in an event called the Prouty, which is a fundraiser for the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth Hitchcock hospital. Scott has been involved with cycling fundraisers for cancer research since he was a little kid, volunteering at the finish line of the Pan Mass Challenge (supporting the Jimmy Fund), however he began participating in the Prouty when his father was a cancer patient at Dartmouth Hitchcock.  The team Scott rides with is the Beam Team, organized by his father’s employer, Bensonwood, of Walpole, NH.  Fortunately, Scott’s father was able to make cancer a part of his past and it is their hope that all others who encounter the disease will be able to do the same, largely in part to charitable events such as the Prouty.

The total amount of money raised for the 2018 Prouty race was $2,711,152.34, all which will aid research and cancer patient support at the clinic!  Way to go Scott on raising $382 for such a great cause!

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“Tour De Manch” Bike Tour to Support Conservation Commission

The Manchester Conservation Commission’s annual bike tour, “Tour De Manch,” will be held September 9th, 2018, beginning at Eversource Energy Park in Manchester.  This family-friendly bike ride offers a 30-mile or 40-mile route around the city of Manchester, NH.  The event benefits the Manchester Conservation Fund which provides financial support for citywide environmental projects including education, conservation, and restoration of our natural resources.

TFMoran’s Senior Project Manager Nicholas Golon, PE is the event Chair for the Conservation Commission board. “The event continues to grow each year, both in numbers and in sights” said Nick Golon.  “The tour is so much more than a bike ride, it is a great way to show riders a different side of their city they may otherwise never get to see, meet new people from their community, and help support a worthy cause in protecting Manchester’s natural resources”.

Riders will depart from Energy Park, 780 N. Commercial Street, at approximately 7:30 a.m. Sights along the route include Rock Rimmon, the Piscataquog Rail Trail, Nutts Pond Recreation Trail, Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, Lake Massabesic and the historic Weston Observatory.  The tour offers t-shirts, rest stops, bike support and finishes with lunch, generously provided by the Puritan Backroom. Registration is $25 for adults, $10 for children 6-13, and free for kids under 6.  The registration fee goes directly into the Manchester Conservation Fund.

Since 1989, the Manchester Conservation Commission has worked to preserve the city’s natural resources for the benefit of its citizens and wildlife.  By protecting these resources, we help improve water and air quality, preserve rare species of plants and animals, provide recreational and educational opportunities, and mitigate the impacts of storms and flooding.  The bike tour is our primary fundraiser.

Please come out to the Tour De Manch Bike Tour to help support citywide environmental projects! Click HERE to register.