Archive for October 2014

Prologis, Dacon and TFMoran featured in New England Real Estate Journal October Project of the Month

Prologis, Dacon and TFMoran continue construction of 614,240 s/f LEED certified high-bay logistics center in Londonderry, NH.
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TFMoran Plays in SNHU DeBlasi Cup Scholarship Golf Tournament

On Friday, October 17th, Dan Blais and Dylan Cruess from TFMoran participated in the annual Southern New Hampshire University DeBlasi Cup Golf Tournament.  The tournament is part of SNHU’s annual homecoming weekend for parents and alumni.  The Tournament was held at Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield, NH.  Dan and Dylan were joined by Ed Daniels, SNHU’s Off Campus Services Librarian, to form a formidable threesome that finished tied for fifth!  TFMoran further supported the Tournament’s scholarship fundraising efforts by being a hole sponsor.  Coincidentally, the team birdied the hole the company sponsored!  This year marked the third consecutive year that TFMoran has participated in the DeBlasi Cup Tournament.


TFMoran project featured in October 2014 issue of High-Profile: SNHU Library Learning Commons

TFMoran was part of the design team for the new Library Learning Commons at Southern New Hampshire University, along with Perry Dean Rogers | Partners Architects and Harvey Construction.

High-Profile New England Facilities Development News featured a story on the Library Learning Commons in the Northern New England section of the October issue.

“A ribbon cutting ceremony was held recently for the new $18 million, three-story, 50,000sf learning commons at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). The new commons……” To read the article, please click on this link.


TFMoran Announces New Staff: Alexander Camm-Survey Crew Chief and Bryan Levesque, PE, CPESC-Construction Inspector

TFMoran recently hired two new staff members, Alexander Camm and Bryan Levesque, PE, CPESC.

Alexander Camm, serves as survey crew chief in the company’s land surveying department. Mr. Camm has over nine years of land survey experience including boundary, topographical, construction, and ALTA/ACSM surveys. His skills include 3D modeling, conventional and robotic total stations, GPS data collection, Hazwoper, and arc-flash (electrical safety work practices and standards) training.

Bryan Levesque is a civil/geotechnical engineer serving part-time as a construction inspector. Mr. Levesque is a Professional Engineer in the states of New Hampshire and Maine, and a Certified Professional in Sediment and Erosion Control. His skills include storm water pollution prevention plans, geotechnical evaluation, design and construction support services, and Hazwoper training. Mr. Levesque’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from New England College and graduate studies in geotechnical engineering at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology.