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TFMoran Awarded Best NH Engineering Firm for 2019

TFMoran was honored as the 2019 “Best of Business” in the engineering category on Thursday, March 14th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, marking the seventh consecutive year that TFMoran has received this award. Awards are based on a poll of 4,400 NH Business Review readers.

“We are deeply appreciative of this recognition NH Business Review readers have given us year after year. It is a tribute to the ‘putting clients first’ ethic that our employees practice every day”, explains Bob Duval, President of TFMoran. “Additionally, we are thankful to be able to support events and organizations that have a positive impact on our community.”

TFMoran representatives Dylan Cruess, Nick Golon, Jeremy Belanger, Brenda Kolbow, Marty Gavin, and their guests, celebrated with other BOB Awards winners to the Rockin’ 50’s party theme. Once again NH Business Review staff created a fun and festive atmosphere with great music, decorations, themed-fare and beverages. Thank you to NH Business Review, and CONGRATS to ALL the BOB Award winners!

To see more photos click here. For a list of winners click here.

The BOB Awards honor the best of business across New Hampshire in over 90 business-to-business categories, and proceeds of the event support New Horizons and Families in Transition.

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The Derryfield School’s new Athletic Center featured in HP’s March Issue

One of TFMoran’s civil and structural engineering school projects is featured in High-Profile’s March issue. To read/view the story click this pdf link  High-Profile March 2019 Page 17 or read text below.

March 2019  High-Profile Focus: Schools & Institutions

TFMoran Designs Athletic Center

Manchester, NH – Construction is well underway for a new 42,000sf, two-story Athletic & Wellness Center at The Derryfield School, a private day school for grades 6-12 offering competitive athletics, challenging academic programs, fine and performing arts, and a wide array of extracurricular activities.

This new facility, representing Phase 1 of a comprehensive campus master plan, will house the school’s relocated basketball courts, locker rooms, weight room, and offices for the athletic director and trainers.

In addition to this new building, other improvements during this first phase will include the renovation and expansion of classrooms and lab spaces in the existing upper school building and the relocation of the school’s existing tennis courts to a new site located across from the main campus on North River Road. Improved parking facilities and vehicle and pedestrian circulation routes throughout the campus are also part of the first phase.

Cowan Goudreau Architects of Concord designed the new center to complement the school’s existing facilities, with a shingle-clad exterior and multilevel footprint stepped into the sloping topography of the site.

TFMoran of Bedford provided civil/ site design, structural design, permitting, landscape architecture, and surveying services for the project.

The general contractor, Eckman Construction, anticipates a fall 2019 completion.

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TFM Team Places Second at 18th Annual Champagne Putt

The SEE Science Center, located in the millyard district of Manchester, New Hampshire, hosted their 18th Annual Fred Kfoury Jr Memorial Champagne Putt on March 7th, 2019. The mini-golf tournament featured 18 science-themed holes, including one two-story hole. Participants enjoyed a fun-filled evening with plenty of food, beverages, contests, raffles and a silent auction, all for a great cause to benefit the programs of the SEE Science Center.

TFMoran’s fantastic foursome Dan Blais, Eric Salavitch, Tom Burns and Marty Gavin (pictured above left to right) tied for second in the tournament with a score of 33. That’s pretty darn good considering they were competing with over 30 teams! Congratulations!

Thanks to the SEE Science Center and presenter Bellwether Community Credit Union for putting on a great event!

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TFMoran meets Engineering Students at UNH Career Fair

Structural Engineers Kyle Roy, PE and Eric Picard, PE represented TFMoran at the University of New Hampshire Spring Career & Internship Fair on February 26th, 2019. Held at the Whittemore Center, the career fair gives UNH students of all majors an opportunity to meet with potential future employers and practice their interviewing skills. Kyle and Eric set up the TFMoran booth, where they met with students to discuss what it’s like to work for TFMoran. The Career Fair was a big success with over 200 companies participating, and many potential candidates to fill both full-time and internship positions.

A big Thank You to UNH for putting on this very organized and energized event.  Best wishes to all the students seeking a position in their field.

Fun Fact: TFMoran currently employees 14 Civil/Structural Engineers who attended the University of New Hampshire!