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High-Profile features TFMoran in December 2017 issue

Check out featured TFMoran stories in High-Profile’s December issue page 30 NHBR Honors Dylan Cruess and page 50 Red Cross Thanks TFMoran for Support in the December 2017 issue of High-Profile monthly.  Or, read stories below:

Page 30

NHBR Honors Dylan Cruess

Manchester, NH – Dylan Cruess,
TFMoran’s chief operating officer, was
presented the 2017 Business Excellence
Award in Real Estate and Construction
by NH Business Review.
The award reception was held on
November 1 at the Radisson hotel in
downtown Manchester. This event
recognizes the imagination, hard
work, innovation, and achievements of
New Hampshire business owners and
operators.
“Dylan’s leadership, work ethic,
passion for community involvement, and
vision for TFMoran are why he is being
honored with this award,” announced
Mike Morin, NHBR’s award presenter.
“Mr. Cruess and the leadership team
at TFMoran have steered the company
through a period of unprecedented
growth since taking over in 2013.”
“Encouraging teamwork among all
employees is one essential ingredient to
the company’s success,” Cruess explains,
“as well as a positive work culture and
giving back to the community.”
“Because of his unusual background,
he understands the engineering,
surveying, and project management more
than a typical COO,” Morin adds“That
understanding has enabled him to
continue the original client-focused vision
of TFMoran while strategically growing
the company to new levels.”

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Red Cross Thanks TFMoran for Support

Bedford, NH – On November 9, Maria
Devlin, CEO, American Red Cross-NH
& VT, visited the TFMoran corporate
office to thank the company and staff
for generously supporting the Hurricane
Harvey and Irma relief efforts.
Both the Bedford and Portsmouth
offices were presented with a contribution
plaque. Devlin explained how the relief efforts
were progressing from the devastating
hurricanes that hit Texas and Florida.
“The employees of TFMoran have
shown time and time again that they are
willing to pitch in to help out the people
in need whether they are in the next town
or half way around the world,” said Dylan
Cruess, COO of TFMoran. “That’s the
kind of people we are proud to employ
here, compassionate and generous.”
TFMoran, Inc. and its staff have
contributed to the Hurricane Harvey
and Irma relief efforts by donating to the
American Red Cross. Together the staff
donated $2,885, which combined with
TFMoran’s $2,500 gave a total donation
of $5,385.

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TFMoran Project Featured in February’s High-Profile Focus: Restoration and Renovation

TFMoran’s Chief Structural Engineer, Paul Sbacchi, PE provided structural design for the restoration and renovation of the former Charlestown Battalion Armory, originally built in 1907. This very interesting project located on Bunker Hill Street is featured in this month’s issue of High-Profile in the section “Focus: Restoration and Renovation” page 23. Read the full story below, or link to a pdf of the article here: High-Profile February 2017 features The Armory    To view the entire February issue of High-Profile click here.

Neshamkin French Architects and TFMoran Complete The Armory

Charlestown, MA  –  Neshamkin French Architects and TFMoran Structural Engineers of Bedford, N.H., provided architectural and structural engineering services for the renovation of the former Armory building in Charlestown, Mass. into 42 luxury condominiums with underground parking.

Construction was completed by Eastridge Construction Management of North Reading, and the project was developed by Pat Keohane of C-Town Ventures LLC.

Previously underutilized, the Charlestown Battalion Armory has been revitalized through a sensitive program of historic restoration and innovative interior design. The architectural design, completed by Neshamkin French Architects Inc., preserved the exterior building envelope while the interior, including the structural system, was gutted and four new floors sensitively inserted to create 42 residential units.

The design provides a variety of unit types, including traditional one-, two-, and three-bedroom flats; live/work units; and duplex penthouses featuring tremendous downtown Boston and Mystic River views. A central, two-story, interior atrium allowed the design to take full advantage of the building’s depth and provides natural light to the building interior.

The original building, built in 1907, consisted of an A-frame style main structure surrounded on three sides by conventional two-story wood-framed structures supported on masonry walls. The steel truss structure in the main area provided large clear storage areas which were ideal for the original use of the building, but the depth and spacing of the trusses did not work with the proposed architectural layout.

The new design required infilling the space with four new residential levels and new inset exterior balconies. To maintain the structure and allow the new levels to be installed without replacing the roof, the new residential levels were designed to support the roof and when completed allowed the steel trusses to be cut out and removed. This method of integrated construction, shoring, and demolition required close coordination between the design team, contractor, and developer.

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TFMoran featured in New England Real Estate Journal

TFMoran was featured in the September 16-22, 2016 issue of the New England Real Estate Journal!

To view the article click on this link tfmoran-in-nerej-sept-16-22-2016-issue

(Text version appears below.)

IN THE CONSTRUCTION/ENGINEERING/REAL ESTATE CATEGORY
TFMoran, Inc. named Business of the Year by Business NH Magazine

BEDFORD, NH TFMoran, Inc., (TFM) a regional full-service engineering firm with offices in Bedford and Portsmouth, NH, has been named Business NH Magazine 2016 Business of the Year in the construction/engineering/ real estate category. The award recognizes businesses for outstanding civic contributions and exceptional performance.

Since 1968, the team at TFM has been leading northern New England with innovative land planning and development initiatives. TFM has played an integral role in many of the region’s most recognized projects including the Granite Ridge Power Plant, the Verizon Wireless Arena,  the Manchester Municipal Complex, the redevelopments of the Bedford Mall and Wayfarer Hotel in Bedford, and the future redevelopment of the former Macy’s site in Bedford. Other large notable projects include the 243,500 square-foot-Exel Liquor Distribution Center in Bow and the 614,240 square-foot, LEED certified high-bay UPS Northeast Logistics Center in Londonderry-one of the largest single-story industrial buildings ever built in NH.

During the past two years TFMoran, through steady growth and the acquisition of firms in Portsmouth and Auburn, has grown its workforce by over 20 employees, making it one of the largest full service engineering firms in New Hampshire. In addition to their industry leadership, the entire TFMoran team is dedicated to community and civic engagement, with over 50% of the team volunteering time and talents to various groups and boards.

At a ceremony honoring the award recipients, Robert Duval, Principal and President of TFMoran noted “I am accepting this award on behalf of those who came before our current leadership team, on behalf of our hard-working employees, and on behalf of our clients, without whom we would not be the business we are today.”