3D Rendering Services

Whether you need to meet town requirements or simply want to bring your conceptual project to life, TFMoran now offers professional 3D rendering services. Our precise, to-scale renderings align perfectly with your site, landscape, and grading plans, providing a realistic preview of your project. Every project is unique, and TFMoran is committed to delivering exactly what you need. Our versatile software allows for detailed images from any angle, at any time of day, and even offers dynamic video flythroughs. The possibilities are limitless, enabling you to visualize your project like never before.

TFMoran’s 3D Rendering Services:

  • Conceptualize: Our detailed to-scale 3D renderings help others understand your vision, making it easier to secure support from town planners or attract investors.
  • Entice: Use 3D renderings to inform prospective tenants and the public about upcoming projects. Bring your site plan to life and generate excitement with realistic previews.
  • Adapt: Showcase your project from different angles or in different formats with ease. Our flexible visualization options allow for tailored presentations.
  • Grade: Transform your grading plan into an accurate preview of the site. We can show significant modifications to the terrain, such as basins or retaining walls.
  • Illuminate: Demonstrate how the site will be lit at night, highlighting safety and aesthetics. Our renderings show the impact of lighting design on the overall space.
  • Envision: Reveal future landscape growth and aesthetics. Our 3D renderings show how plans will mature, helping planning departments see the long-term beauty of the project.

TFMoran Hosts 2024 NHCIBOR Awards BBQ

TFMoran hosted the New Hampshire Commercial Investment Board of REALTORS (CIBOR) barbecue on Thursday, June 20th at the Bedford office. Over 100 CIBOR members and TFMoran staff came together for a nice night filled with amazing food catered by Tidewater Catering, along with some delicious ice cream from The Inside Scoop. TFMoran has been hosting the annual NH CIBOR cookout for over 17 years and is proud to partner with NH CIBOR each year for this wonderful event.

Dylan Cruess, TFM’s COO, gave a speech before the award ceremony welcoming all the amazing CIBOR guests who attended and also thanking those who helped make the night a great success. The president of NH CIBOR, Ethan Ash presented the awards to Brian Dano recipient of the REALTOR-of-the-year award and Ryan Theil, recipient of the Affiliate of the Year award. Cake was served at the end to celebrate the winners.


TFMoran Sponsors Bedford’s First Robotics Team Red Storm 509

FIRST Robotics Team Red Storm 509 (sponsored by TFMoran) had many successes during their 2023-2024 season. Because of our donation, the team was able to host two FIRST robotics events, as well as expand their robotics mentorship by starting an additional FTC team, and begin a new FLL initiative through their new team.

This year was one of the most successful years for the Bedford First Robotics Team. With the help of our donation, they were one of two teams to earn the Engineering Inspiration award at the New England district championship event. Not only that, but the team placed 10th in their division, thereby placing the team in the top 2% of teams worldwide.

TFMoran as always is happy to help support the future of engineering. We are proud to be a sponsor and look forward to supporting your future endeavors! Great job!


TFMoran Welcomes 4 Summer Interns!

TFMoran is pleased to welcome four summer interns to the Bedford office. We are so excited to welcome Brooke Stoncius, Jackie Gamache, and Tim Purcell to the TFM team!

Brooke Stoncius is working in the Stormwater Engineering Department in the Bedford office. This will be Brooke’s second summer here at TFMoran and we are very excited to welcome her back. Brooke attends Endicott College where she is pursuing her Bachelor of Engineering. Brooke’s internship includes working with the stormwater management department Senior Project Manager, Dan Blais.

Jackie Gamache is working in the Marketing Department in the Bedford office. This will be Jackie’s second summer at TFMoran and we are very excited to welcome her back. Jackie attends the University of Rhode Island where she is pursuing her Bachelor of Communications and Marketing degree. Jackie’s internship consists of assisting the Marketing Coordinator Julia Chartier.

Tim Purcell is joining the Landscape Architecture Department in the Bedford office. Tim is a senior at the University of Rhode Island, expecting his Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture next May. Tim’s internship includes working in the office with our Landscape Architect, Mike Krzeminski.

Max is working in the land surveying department in the Bedford office. Max attends The University of Maine, where he is pursuing his Bachelor of Science degree in Surveying Engineering Technology. Max’s internship includes working in the field, shadowing each of our field surveying teams.


TFMoran Sponsors City of Manchester Employees Golf Tournament

TFMoran sponsored the City of Manchester‘s Annual Employee Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 18, 2024 at the Derryfield Country Club. This year marks the 48th annual tournament, proceeds benefit city employees such as those who educate our children, patrol our streets, fight our fires, plow our snow, provide our water, and create the clean and safe environment that makes Manchester such a desirable city to live and work in.
TFMoran was a gold lunch sponsor for the event.


Supporting NHBCA in the Art of Healing

The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts (NHBCA) is collaborating with NH Hospital to commission an artist to design a mural for their staff breakroom. TFMoran and other local businesses are contributing to help bring “The Art of Healing” to NH Hospital.

The NHBCA has collected donations to create a serene scene that provides hospital staff with an aesthetically pleasing, respite-inspired space. The artwork will promote self-care and well-being for their community of caregivers and support staff who dedicate their lives to the care of some of New Hampshire’s most vulnerable populations.

The NHBCA is looking to do our part (in a modest way) to address the mental health crisis that affects individuals, families, communities and the workplace. These frontline workers are dedicated to serving our fellow citizens and we believe they need to be recognized for the value they bring to not only this segment of the population but to all who live and work in New Hampshire. The arts naturally promote a more humane society and are an essential tool for creating a greater sense of wellbeing for all, whether it is through direct participation in or appreciation of arts and culture.

NH Business Commitee for the Arts

The mural design is inspired by input from the NHH staff who utilize the breakroom. The goal of the project is to imbue the room with a sense of relaxation, rejuvenation, and refreshment.

We envision our New Hampshire Hospital staff breakroom to be a pleasant place where employees gather to share a coffee, have a chat and unwind from the daily stresses of their workload.

Gisela Catano-Mahoney, Nurse Specialist, MEd, RN-BC

Other businesses supporting the project include Northeast Delta Dental, Orr & Reno, Dartmouth Health, Lavallee Brensinger Architects, and Baker, Newman, Noyes.

The finished mural was unveiled on Monday, April 29, 2024.

Artist Karen Munday Lincoln designed and painted the piece with input from the New Hampshire Hospital staff who utilize the break room. The final product is a serene river scene in a mountain landscape.

TFMoran COO Dylan Cruess attended the unveiling.


Celebrating Landscape Architecture Month April 2024

April is World Landscape Architecture Month! (WLAM) Established by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), WLAM is a month-long international celebration of landscape architecture and designed public and private spaces.

Michael Krzeminski, PLA: Mike is a Professional Landscape Architect licensed in the states of NH, MA, and ME. He attended the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry in association with Syracuse University and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Landscape Architecture.

Matthew Routhier, PLA: Matt is a Professional Landscape Architect licensed in the states of NH and ME. He attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture.

Sophie Haddock:  Sophie is an Assistant Land Planner in our Bedford office. Sophie attended the University of Rhode Island, and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, with a minor in Community Planning.


Celebrating Land Surveyors Week

Surveyors Week is March 17-23! Put on by the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS), Surveyors Week is a time to recognize professionals in the industry and educate the public.

TFMoran is proud to recognize National Surveyors Week. Our history of combining the best in Survey with the best in Engineering stretches back over 55 years! We’re celebrating this week by recognizing our team:

Leadership Team: J. Corey Colwell, LLS | Michael Dahlberg, LLS, RPLS, PLS | Brenda Kolbow, LLS, PLS
Licensed Land Surveyors: Thomas Berube, LLS, RPLS, PLS | Stephen Bibeau, LLS
Survey Technicians: Robert Bradshaw | Najad Ghanbari | Benjamin Krisik | Phillip Trombley
Field Crews: Todd Emerson | Marty Gavin | Morgan Hershey | Jonathan Rahilly | Richard Ward | Thomas Wood

Many of our surveyors are members of the New Hampshire Land Surveying Association and we are grateful to the association for their support.

The New Hampshire Union Leader is also recognizing Surveyors this week with a special edition! 
Check it out and keep an eye out for TFMoran!


TFMoran Enjoys a Night at the BOB Awards

Members of the TFM staff turned out at the NHBR Best of Business (BOB) Awards Celebration on Thursday, March 14th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. This year’s theme was “Carribean”, encouraging guests to wear their best vacation attire! TFM sponsored the photobooth at the event – attendees enjoyed stopping by to strike a pose!

TFMoran was honored to receive our TWELFTH straight BOB Award as “Best Engineering Firm” in New Hampshire Business Review’s reader’s survey.

A portion of the proceeds from the event benefited Make-A-Wish New Hampshire, a local nonprofit organization that grants “wishes” to children with critical illness.

Thank you NHBR Readers! And congratulations to all the BOB Award winners!


Celebrating Women In Construction Week

It’s National Women In Construction Week! Put on by the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), ‘WIC’ week, March 4-11 celebrates women in the construction industry including women builders, engineers, surveyors, project management, administration, and leadership.

Women in Construction (WIC) Week raises awareness and celebrates the work of women in the construction industry across the country. NAWIC founded WIC Week in 1998 to continue its mission of strengthening and amplifying the success of women in the industry. This year marks 25 years of celebrating Women in Construction!

Just in time for this week of celebration, TFMoran’s own Mahreana Hopson, PE, Structural Project Manager had a featured profile in High Profile’s Women in Construction special issue. Also in this issue- TFMoran’s team of Professional Women are recognized for their contribution to the Construction Industry!

Check out Mahreana’s profile in High Profile’s Women In Construction supplement, or continue reading below.

Mahreana Hopson, PE
Structural Project Engineer, TFMoran, Inc.

Published in High Profile Magazine
March 2024

Mahreana Hopson, PE is a structural project manager at TFMoran. When asked how she navigates the unique challenges women face in the construction industry, Mahreana says, “Although I was only able to participate in a single official mentorship program, I have really enjoyed the opportunities I have had in my career to mentor younger women in the industry. Any new college graduate feels uncertain at the start of their first job, but I feel women have a greater need to prove themselves.” She says there is a struggle with the balance of asking enough questions to be successful yet not too many to make one appear less qualified from a male counterpart. Then as women advance in their careers, there is the challenge of how to approach the older male generation that often is not comfortable taking direction from younger women. She continues, “I only hope to pass on the knowledge I have gained from my own experiences and provide the much-needed sounding board I could have benefited from having during those times. I think mentorship for women by women is the key to our continued success in the construction sector.”

When asked what changes or progress she has witnessed in the industry regarding gender diversity and inclusion, Mahreana says, “Most recently, I have noticed a shift in the amount of attention that is being brought to metrics on gender diversity and inclusion in our industry.” She says it is so wonderful to see companies acknowledging the discrepancies and possible deficiencies within their organization and then the drive that the younger workforce has to see these rectified with visible change. “It provides me with a lot of hope for our future,” she adds.