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TFMoran Attends Network AM Event

TFMoran’s Dylan Cruess recently attended the March 2016 Manchester Chamber of Commerce Network AM event at the new Unity Cafe in Manchester, NH.  Network AM events are designed to feature and publicize a local Chamber Member business and provide a great networking opportunity to the attendees.

Dylan Cruess is now in his second year as a member of the Chamber’s Board of Directors and serves as Chairman of the Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee.  TFMoran has a very long history of supporting the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce as members, Directors, and hosts of events such as the annual August Network PM Barbecue.  Please see the photos from the the 2015 and 2014 Network PM events.

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Jack McTigue joins the TFMoran’s MSC Division in Portsmouth

John “Jack” McTigue, EIT, has joined the MSC division of TFMoran in Portsmouth, NH as a Civil Project Engineer. Jack has over twenty years experience in the civil engineering and survey fields, including roadway design, site development, and project management. Jack has an Associates of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine, and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire.

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TFMoran Hosts Presentations on Poisonous Plants

On April 10th, for our Portsmouth office, and again April 16th, for our Bedford office, TFMoran hosted lunch and learn presentations on identifying poisonous plants commonly found in New Hampshire.  The seminars were taught by Jonathan Nute of the UNH Cooperative Extension’s Hillsborough County Office.  TFMoran’s field personnel often find themselves in the woods and along roadsides where poison ivy and other rash causing plants frequently grow.  TFMoran is committed to encouraging a safe working environment by providing the best possible training and education for our field personnel.

Other topics discussed by Jonathan Nute included New Hampshire invasive plant species and tick prevention techniques.  Did you know that there are over 27 identified invasive plant species in New Hampshire?