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TFM Welcomes Civil Project Engineer, Dylan Erickson!

Dylan Erickson has joined TFMoran. as a Civil Project Engineer in the Bedford office. Dylan has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of New Hampshire in Durham in 2015. His coursework included environmental sampling and analysis, stream restoration, and advanced physiochemical water treatment. Dylan’s work experience includes civil/site design, stormwater management, drainage and utility design, and environmental site assessments for commercial and residential projects. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Works Association and Environmental & Water Resources Institute.

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TFM’s Senior Project Manager, Nick Golon represents NH ASCE on Capitol Hill

More than 200 American Society of Civil Engineers members from across the country – 49 states represented – gathered in Washington, DC, March 15th – 17th for the annual ASCE Legislative Fly-In to advocate on Capitol Hill for infrastructure improvements, only to learn that the Washington Metro was closing for 24 hours to make emergency inspections the exact day of the scheduled Congressional visits.  No matter.  It was just another very timely talking point for the members to make the case for infrastructure.  The focal points for the members to push on the Hill this year included the Federal Aviation Administration bill reauthorization, work on and passage of a Water Resources Development Act so that it is on a two-year cycle, and the importance of increased investment for water infrastructure.  The following ASCE-NH members attended the fly-in and met with NH Senator Kelly Ayotte: ASCE-NH Treasurer Nick Golon (TFMoran, pictured on the far right), ASCE-NH President-Elect Thalia Valkanos, ASCE-NH Legislative Committee Chair Darren Benoit, and former ASCE-NH Student Liason Andrew Wells.

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Nick Golon Attends Global Engineering Conference in Panama

Nick Golon, PE, a Senior Project Manager from TFMoran, attended the Global Engineering Conference in Panama City, Panama in October 2014.  Nick represented the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (NH-ASCE) at the conference which focused on the new construction and expansion taking place at the Panama Canal.

Back home in New Hampshire, Nick serves on the NH-ASCE Board of Directors as Secretary.  As part of his trip to Panama, Nick wrote an article for the NH-ASCE newsletter.  To read Nick’s article about his Panama experience, click here NH ASCE March 2015_Panama Canal.  The entire March 2015 NH-ASCE newsletter is also available.

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TFMoran Sponsors NH-ASCE Scholarship Golf Tournament

TFMoran Gold SponsorOn Friday, June 6th TFMoran was a Gold sponsor for the New Hampshire Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (NH-ASCE) scholarship golf outing at the Beaver Meadow Golf Club in Concord, NH.  All proceeds above event costs go to the NH-ASCE Scholarship Fund to assist NH high school seniors and UNH students enrolled in ABET accredited Civil Engineering programs.  Senior Project Manager, Nick Golon, PE, also a member of the NH-ASCE Board of Directors, represented TFMoran on the fairways and greens and was accompanied by Walter Bilynsky, Joe Sperry and Alan Roe.  The weather was beautiful, the scores were low, and a great time was had by all!

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TFMoran Judges ASCE Regional Steel Bridge Competition

Hosted by UMass Lowell the New England Region Steel Bridge Competition, sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) took place over the weekend of April 25th and 26th.  Top honors went to MIT, with UCONN and WPI also qualifiying for the National Competition.   TFMoran Senior Project Manager, Nick Golon, PE, completed his eighth year judging the competition.  Congratulations to all the teams that participated!