TFMoran held its annual company gathering, known as the “Harvest Lunch”, on the day before Thanksgiving in the Great Hall at the Bedford Village Inn. The MSC Portsmouth division staff joined the Bedford staff for a full company gathering of more than 60 people! Thank you to the Bedford Village Inn for the amazing food and fantastic venue.
After lunch, TFMoran President Robert Duval wished everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and shared his thoughts on all of the good things to be thankful for over the past year. First, thanking the team for their combined hard work for another strong year of growth. TFM’s team has grown to 62, including 8 people who joined the Company in 2016. He thanked each of TFM’s groups individually, noting specific achievements for each group over the past year. To name a few, the civil group has designed the largest projects in the Towns of Bedford and Londonderry, NH; the group of 10 structural engineers lead in Revit®, the most advanced building modeling software and continue to expand into new service areas, high-rise buildings, and other complex structures; and the survey group is no longer only support for engineering, 75% of their work is solely surveying projects.
In closing, President Duval said, “I am very proud of our recent accomplishments. We have successfully taken on many difficult projects with aggressive schedules. We have honed our teamwork abilities and kept our focus on meeting our clients’ needs. We continue to be responsible corporate and individual citizens. Our reputation grows each time we meet or exceed our clients’ expectations. Thank you to all of us for another successful year, as we look forward with increased confidence to the year ahead.”
Dylan Cruess, COO also addressed the team, noting additional company achievements including the 2016 NH Business Review “Best of Business” Award, and Business NH Magazine’s “2016 Business of the Year” Award.
The principals were very happy to give out bonuses to all the staff to thank them for their hard work and dedication to the Company. It was a great beginning to the Thanksgiving holiday break, as folks headed home to spend time with their families.