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TFMoran voted Best NH Engineering Firm!

TFMoran was honored as the 2021 “Best of Business” in the engineering category for the ninth consecutive year! Awards are based on a poll of 4,700 NH Business Review readers.

TFMoran President Robert Duval PE LEED APAccording to Bob Duval, President of TFMoran, “This recognition from NH Business Review Readers year after year, is a tribute to the ‘putting clients first’ ethic that our employees practice every day, and the positive impact they have on our community.”

The BOB Awards honor the best of business across New Hampshire in over 90 business-to-business categories. The award ceremony will be held virtually on Thursday, April 1 and is free to attend. Online guests will be able to network with business leaders from across the state, while also enjoying complementary party boxes, watch parties, trivia contests, and prizes. Click here to register and join in the celebration!

A Big “THANK YOU” to all who voted for us, and Congratulations to all who won!

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TFMoran’s Stormwater Project, I-93 Widening, Featured in NH Business Review

NH Business Review‘s February issue features the long awaited interstate widening project that is expected to fully open this spring. The strip of interstate being widened runs from Manchester to Salem, the goal being to decongest traffic and enhance the safety of motorists. TFMoran provided Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), performed stormwater turbidity monitoring and inspection services for the project. TFMoran’s team of Certified Professionals in Erosion Sediment Control (CPESC), Certified Erosion and Sediment Stormwater Inspectors (CESSWI) and Environmental Scientists are  working with NHDOT and NHDES project officials.

The team of highway builders have included R.S. Audley, Weaver Brothers Construction, George R. Cairns & Sons, Severino Trucking Co., Alvin J. Coleman & Sons, and E.D. Swett.

For more info on this project visit: www.rebuildingi93.com

Read the full NHBR article here.

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TFM News in High-Profile’s February Issue!

The most recent issue of High Profile features TFMoran news including the announcements of new hires, awards, promotions and projects, as well as our recent donation to the NH Children’s Scholarship Fund.

The recent announcement of the addition of Julia Chartier and Guiseppe Granara was featured on High Profile’s “People” page. The promotions of Tom Lamb, Kyle Roy and Chris Rice was also prominent on the page, with High Profile being the first in press to feature this exciting news. The “Up Front” section recognized TFMoran for our recent contribution to CSFNH, with a photo of TFM COO Dylan Cruess presenting a check to Kate Baker of CSFNH. The “Awards” section recognizes TFMoran’s most recent award, earning a Gold-rating from The Registry Review‘s “Best of 2020” readers’ survey.

The February Issue has a focus on Restoration and Renovation and Cannabis Facilities. TFM Structural Engineers were a part of the project team for the Bio-Techne Corporate Headquarters located in Devens, Massachusetts. Working alongside Connolly Brothers, Inc. and designed by Maugel Architects, this single story addition includes an extended shipping area, storage and manufacturing spaces inside the former military base turned mixed-use community.

Another recent TFM Restoration and Renovation project, NewCorr Packaging, is also featured. Led by Maugel Architects, TFMoran Structural Engineers helped to complete the 40,000sf expansion in Northborough, Massachusetts which includes renovations to the front entry, lobby, and restrooms, as well as the expansion of the warehouse area.

Check out the full publication here.

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TFM Structural Project Featured in High Profile’s Fast Facts Friday

The warehouse expansion for NewCorr Packaging, Inc., in Northborough Massachusetts is now complete. High Profile Monthly‘s Fast Facts Friday E-newsletter features the project, which TFMoran provided structural engineering and construction administration services for. Check out the full article here: Maugel Completes Warehouse Expansion