Archive for July 2023

TFM Sponsors the 2023 Campbell High School Athletics Golf Tournament!

On Wednesday July 26th, Dan Blais and Jackie Gamache participated in the Campbell High School Athletics Golf Tournament at Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield, NH. Dan and Jackie met up with Emily Gamache and Terry Blais to play as a team in the tournament. The funds raised help pay for equipment, jerseys and end of the year sports banquets at CHS.

TFMoran sponsored this event and made a donation for the cause! Jackie and Emily are both Campbell High School alumni. Jackie played on the golf team and participated in other team sports as well.

Breakfast muffins and water were provided to all who participated as well as hotdogs, burgers, and sausages for a delicious lunch! Cookies were also served at the end which was definitely well-earned after a great day out on the green!

Thank you, TFMoran Principles, for supporting local schools and athletics!


TFMoran Project Featured in ASCE-NH Newsletter

TFMoran’s recent project, Concord Entertainment Venue, is featured on the cover of the ASCE-NH July newsletter. The TFMoran team is providing Civil Engineering, Permitting, Land Surveying, and Landscape Design Services for the proposed Charitable Gaming Hall in Concord, NH. Phase one of the project includes 26,000 sq ft of gaming floor with 450 electronic games, 21 table games, poker rooms, dining options, and space for live music.

TFM is a proud sponsor of The American Society of Civil Engineers, NH Section (ASCE-NH). Many of our civil engineers appreciate the networking and continuing education opportunities it provides.


TFMoran attends NH Fisher Cats game!

TFMoran friends and family gathered at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium on Friday, July 14th for a Baseball game! The New Hampshire Fisher Cats played against the Altoona Curve, winning with a final score of 7-2! Throughout the night burgers, hot dogs, Mac and cheese and drinks were served. Fungo, the Fisher Cat’s mascot, also made an appearance. To finish off such a fun night, cookies and an ice cream sundae cart was served, and both desserts were definitely a hit!

Thank you TFMoran Principals for this fun company outing!


A Day in the Life of TFMoran’s Stormwater Department

A few weeks ago, Marketing Intern Jackie Gamache had the opportunity to tag along with the Stormwater department for a day in the field. On Wednesday, June 21st, Jackie shadowed Senior Project Manager, Dan Blais, and Stormwater Engineering Intern Brooke Stoncius. They traveled up to North Conway, New Hampshire to check in on some projects the Stormwater Team is currently working on.

Their first stop was a bridge rehabilitation in Tamworth, an ongoing stormwater engineering project close to completion. Dan, Brooke, and Jackie met up with other teams working on the project, including NHDOT to discuss its progress. Dan and Brooke conducted a stormwater inspection of the site. making sure the water runoff was not being affected by the construction activity in the area.

Their next stop was the Mt. Washington Valley Multi-use trail. TFMoran prepared the stormwater pollution prevention plan and is providing stormwater inspection services to The Mount Washington Valley Trails Association. The finished project will be 2.9 paved miles for residents and guests of the area of all ages and abilities. The multi-purpose path can be used for walking, jogging, bicycling, and other outdoor activities.

The trail offers scenic views, access to local businesses, and connections to other trailheads nearby. Once finished, TFMoran will prepare the final wetlands report.

Additional plans for the trail include sections continuing eastward towards Fryeburg and westward towards Bartlett. Eventually, the gaps between each section will be closed, to form a continuous trail system. Learn more about the Mount Washington Valley Trails Association and its projects here.

Jackie had a fantastic day tagging along with the stormwater team. She enjoyed seeing their recent ongoing projects, and all the hard work that goes into Stormwater Engineering!

Thank you Dan and Brooke!


A Day in the Life of TFMoran’s Land Surveyors

A few weeks ago, Marketing Intern Jackie Gamache had the opportunity to tag along with the Land Surveying department for a day in the field. On Thursday, June 22nd, Jackie shadowed field crew Morgan Hershey and Tom Wood. Jackie learned about a project our Land Surveyors are currently working on, and how data is collected in the field.

Survey Field Technician Morgan Hershey demonstrated how measurements and images are collected in the field. Using instruments such as the Robotic Total Station, our Field Crews collect data by measuring and recording distances from a specific point of reference. The data collected in the field is received at the office in real time.

Jackie had a great time tagging along with Morgan and Tom. She enjoyed seeing all the hard work that goes into Land Surveying!