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TFMoran promotes Eric Salovitch to Seacoast Division Survey PM

TFMoran promotes Eric Salovitch to Seacoast Division Survey PM

Eric Salovitch, LLS has been promoted to Survey Project Manager for TFMoran’s seacoast division, based in Portsmouth, NH. Mr. Salovitch joined TFMoran in 2019 as Survey Technician with many years of experience in boundary, topographic, municipal, and utility surveys. He is a Licensed Land Surveyor in the state of New Hampshire and a certified crew chief. Additionally, Mr. Salovitch is an FAA Part 107 Certified Pilot and is responsible for TFMoran’s drone surveying including aerial mapping, construction monitoring and volume calculations. His education includes studies at the Thompson School of Applied Science where he studied Civil Technology with a concentration in Surveying and Mapping. Mr. Salovitch is currently the Vice President of the New Hampshire Land Surveyors Association. He is formerly Chair of the Young Surveyor’s Network, NH Society and helped develop the NH Young Surveyors. Mr. Salovitch has also been a guest sharing his experience on podcast episodes for “The Geoholics” and the National Society of Professional Surveyors “Surveyor Says!”.

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TFMoran Employee Fundraising Campaign Raises over $2,000 for Granite United Way

TFMoran partnered with the New Hampshire Chapter of the United Way in kicking off its first Employee Fundraising Campaign at the beginning of the year. COO Dylan Cruess worked with United Way’s Senior Director of Corporate Relations Amanda Ruggles to kick off the campaign on January 20th. TFM employees are donating over $2,100 for the Granite United Way this year through the payroll deduction or one-time contribution options!

A huge thank you to everyone who participated!

The United Way has made a difference, especially this year for those who have been hit hard by the pandemic. The Granite United Way has provided relief to more than 80,000 individuals by connecting them to medical assistance, unemployment benefits, housing, food and critical basic needs.

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The Village at Banfield Woods, a TFMoran seacoast project. published in Portsmouth Herald

The Village at Banfield Woods, a recent project of TFMoran, has been published in the Portsmouth Herald just in time for Engineer’s Week! This highly desirable community is surrounded by woodlands covering over 44 acres, inviting its residents to enjoy the great outdoors. TFMoran worked with Green & Company and provided local and state permitting, surveying, civil engineering, planning, landscape architecture, and construction administration services for the project. This residential development currently under construction will feature 22-unit stand-alone condominiums with common open space.

TFMoran Principal Corey Colwell is featured in the article, speaking about the project team and the design challenges that they faced. “This project utilized an exceptional team of consultants including soil and wetland scientists, wildlife biologists, civil engineers, surveyors, attorneys, and land planning consultants to design and permit this unique neighborhood.”

We are proud to be a part of the project team bringing this community to Portsmouth!

Check out the Village at Banfield Woods article here.

In other exciting TFMoran news, the announcement of our new Principals was also featured in this Engineers Week special section. Thank you to the Seacoast papers for putting this together!

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TFMoran featured in Union Leader Special ‘STEM’ Section

Engineers Week is here! The New Hampshire Union Leader has presented a special edition this week to promote ‘STEM’ professions and to celebrate Engineers for all that they do. This special section includes a recent TFMoran project, the NH SportsDome on the front page! TFMoran Principal, Nick Golon spoke of the trials and tribulations that came with this first-of-its-kind structure in New Hampshire:

“Given its magnitude, siting the structure to minimize sightlines from adjacent properties, while maintaining required setbacks, and providing the necessary utility infrastructure were challenging issues. Another significant element was snow removal, to make sure that snowfall would not pose any risk of damage to the structure. Site grading and drainage were carefully designed so that snow and snowmelt could be conveyed safely and efficiently away from the structure and surrounding parking through an open drainage system of swales and infiltration basins.”

In other exciting TFMoran news, the announcement of our new Principals was also featured!

Check out the full NH SportsDome article here.

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ASCE-NH Newsletter Features Our New Principals

The New Hampshire Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has featured a full page dedicated to TFMoran’s new Principals Chris Rice, Tom Lamb and Kyle Roy in its February newsletter. Congrats!

Check out the article here.

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TFMoran Project Featured in New England Real Estate Journal’s Project of the Month

The New England Real Estate Journal has chosen Bio-Techne Corp. as the February project of the month. Construction was recently completed on the 26,000 s/f addition to the corporate headquarters located in Devens, Massachusetts.

TFMoran provided Structural Engineering and Construction Administration services for the project, and worked closely with Connolly Brothers, Inc. and Maugel Architects. The single-story addition provides more manufacturing and warehouse space for the life sciences company.

Check out the full article here.

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NH Business Review “From the Ground Up” features Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

The Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, a recent TFMoran project located in Bedford, NH is now complete amid these challenging times. This is Bar Harbor Bank & Trust’s first New Hampshire location, with others throughout New England. TFMoran provided Civil Engineering, Permitting, Land Surveying and Landscape Architecture services for the project. TFMoran is proud to be a part of the project team which included developer Paramount Partners, architect JD Design Associates, and Sullivan Construction.

See the full article here NHBR_From The Ground Up – Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

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TFMoran President Robert Duval in New England Real Estate Journal’s “2021 Forecast Spotlight”

TFMoran President Robert Duval shared his point of view on recent construction and real estate industry trends in The New England Real Estate Journal‘s “2021 Forecast Spotlight“. Industry trends he predicts will linger include a shortage of skilled labor due to the misalignment between education and the needs of employers. He goes on to state “applicants with degrees from well-known schools have only rudimentary training in the software that they will need on the job from day one”. Strict regulations are another setback for the industry, with the permitting process, rather than design controlling the project delivery date. “Nearly all commercial projects these days are required to submit studies of items once considered to be only for ‘major projects’. Bob goes on to say “another thing that won’t be changing in the year ahead: it will take a team of skilled experts working together from the earliest possible moments to deliver a successful project on time”.

Read the full article:  NEREJ-2021 Forecast-Engineering Expert.

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

TGIF- and happy Fast Facts Friday! Acton Medical Associates at Highland Commons, a recent TFMoran Structural project is featured in High Profile’s Fast Facts Friday! Located in Hudson, MA, TFMoran Structural Engineers worked closely with Maugel Architects and Greenleaf Construction. Construction on the project began in September 2020 and was completed in December. Awesome job to everyone involved and thank you to High Profile for the shoutout! Check out the full article here.

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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!