Archive for September 2014

TFMoran Showcases New Projects at Tri-City Expo

A big thank you to all who stopped by Booth #212 at the 26th annual Tri-City Expo, held at the Radisson Hotel Expo Center on Thursday, September 18, 2014. TFMoran is proud to participate every year in one of New Hampshire’s largest business community events. The expo, hosted by the Greater Concord, Manchester and Nashua Chambers of Commerce, accommodates more than 200 exhibitors showcasing their services and products to over 1,200 attendees.

TFMoran showcased our professional services with 10 new projects, all located within the Greater Tri-City region.
Projects included:
UPS Northeast Logistics Center for Pratt & Whitney Distribution – Londonderry
Saint Anselm College New Residence Hall – Manchester
Southern NH University Library Learning Commons – Manchester
PSNH Farmwood Transmission Switchyard – Concord
I-93 Widening Project – Windham
Ashley/Ashbrook Furniture Retail Showroom – Manchester
Convenient MD Urgent Care – Bedford
Medicus Healthcare Solutions – Windham
Bow Highlands CATCH Neighborhood Housing Phase 2 – Bow
Parkland Medical Center Emotional & Behavioral Wellness Center – Derry

TFMoran principals and project managers were on hand to answer any questions about these exciting projects and to discuss future New Hampshire projects.

On November 12-13th, TFMoran will be exhibiting at the annual New Hampshire Municipal Association Annual Conference, also held at the Manchester Radisson Hotel. We are excited to feature many of our recent municipal projects that include road design, construction overview, utilities, municipal buildings, athletic fields & parks, and engineering review services.
Hope to see you there!


Whole Foods Market Receives Conservation Commission Permit for Bedford, NH Store

Whole Foods Market will anchor the new John Goffe Plaza in Bedford, NH.  The mixed-use development is on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn and Convention Center and will feature housing, office, and retail uses in addition to the Whole Foods Market.   TFMoran is performing Land Survey, Civil and Traffic Engineering, and Town and State Permitting for the project.  TFMoran Principal and Civil Project Manager, Jeff Kevan was featured in a recent Bedford Bulletin article about the Conservation Commission’s unanimous approval of a dredge and fill permit for the development.