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TFMoran donates $2,500 to Catholic Medical Center through FrontLinesNH.org for their Fight Against COVID-19

After learning about a new website just launched, FrontLinesNH.org by a collaboration of four southern New Hampshire hospitals which tells their compelling stories in the fight against COVID-19 and how the community could help, TFMoran wanted to be a part of this community effort. The website offers a way to support our community by supporting our dedicated front line health care professionals and institutions who are responding tirelessly to this Coronavirus pandemic. TFMoran’s principals made a $2,500 donation through the website to Catholic Medical Center in Manchester. Donations can also be made through FrontLinesNH.org to the Elliot Hospital, Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and St. Joseph Hospital for their COVID-19 response efforts.

In addition, several corporate donors including St. Mary’s Bank, Southern New Hampshire University, Service Credit Union,  Primary Bank, Delta Dental and Anagnost Companies will double the impact by matching donations of $2,500 made through the FrontLinesNH.org site and through donor advised funds, dollar-for-dollar, for the first $85,000 donated. Donations will help with Personal Protective Equipment, surge-related costs, and staff support.

We encourage you to check out this incredible website full of photos of our front line heroes and volunteers from the community pitching in to help in anyway they can, to important COVID-19 resources and information.

Shop Local TFMoran T-shirt benefits CMC COVID-19 Response EffortsTFMoran is also participating in the Shop Local T-shirt program created by Breeze Tees in response to the Coronavirus crisis. T-shirts are $20. $10 of each sale of a TFM T-shirt will be donated to Catholic Medical Center’s COVID-19 response efforts.

 

TFMoran proudly supports our New Hampshire communities. We’re in this together not only as a community, but as a nation.

Stay safe, healthy and strong.

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Please consider a “Shop Local” TFMoran T-shirt to Benefit Catholic Medical Center COVID-19 Response Efforts

TFMoran is participating in a program created by Beeze Tees to help raise money for local businesses during these difficult times. Please consider purchasing a TFM T-shirt for $20. $10 of each sale will go to the Catholic Medical Center to help with their COVID-19 response efforts. Choose from 18 Cool Colors (Colum Blue is a TFM favorite) The t-shirts are “super soft and super comfortable” Sizes range from XS through 4X.  Click on this pdf link to view the options Shop Local T-shirt Benefit for CMC COVID-19 Response

Click HERE to Order.

Thank You!!

Shop Local TFM T-shirt to benefit CMC Covid-19 Efforts

Seacoast Division Office Manager, Amy Brown (yellow Tee) & her family

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TFMoran adds a new work van for the survey department

TFMoran has purchased a new Ford Transit van from Ford of Londonderry to add to our fleet of survey vans and company work vehicles.

Classic Signs of Amherst, NH

Thanks to Classic Signs of Amherst, NH for their great work printing and installing the custom-designed TFMoran signage to make our van complete.  It didn’t take long for our professional survey technicians to equip their new van and be on their way to the next survey site.

If you are looking to have some survey work done this spring, please give our office a call and we’d be glad to help you out!

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TFMoran’s Survey Technician, Eric Salovitch featured on the Geoholics Podcast Episode

Eric Salovitch, Survey Technician in TFMoran’s Seacoast Division, was invited to join the Geoholics on their April 5th Podcast to discuss the Surveying Profession from a young surveyor’s point of view, giving TFMoran a little national exposure. This isn’t the first podcast Eric has participated in. Last December he was featured on the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) new podcast “Surveyor Says!” Episode 5 discussing the challenges, methodologies and results of the Mount Tecumseh survey project.

We invite you to listen to Eric’s Geoholics Podcast Episode by clicking this link: https://thegeoholics.podbean.com/e/episode-030-eric-salovitch/

The GeoholicsPlease see below Geoholics Podcast Episode Intro featuring TFMoran’s Eric Salovitch:

Eric Salovitch wants to be known as the crossfitting land surveyor from New Hampshah. He has been surveying for about 10 years and is currently a Survey Technician for TFMoran, INC. winners of the Best of Business (BOB) award for 8 years in a row. Eric is the Chair of the New Hampshire Land Surveyors Association Young Surveyors Committee which was recently awarded the NHLSA Presidential Award. Producer Jake shares his shower habits and is looking for binge watching recommendations like Tiger King. Big Shoots is finally wearing t-shirts. Dilfy Dilf is losing his mind to the point that he is now playing online curling to pass the time. Please support your local restaurants and small businesses while appreciating first responders and healthcare workers. Surveying…essential or nonessential? Music for this episode by Outlaw Inlaws

Check us out at www.thegeoholics.com AND on #applepodcasts #spotify and #podbean! #surveyor #geomatics #geospatial #gis #drones #uav #uas #landsurveying #surveying #photogrammetry #gps #podcast #geoholics #stitcher #tfmoran #crossfit #givetoget PLEASE SHARE!

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TFMoran Structural Engineer, Natasha Kultchitsky, PE featured in NEREJ Women In Construction Spotlight

TFMoran is proud to have professional women on our team supporting the construction industry. New England Real Estate Journal recently did a “Women In Construction Spotlight” which features one of TFMoran’s Structural Engineers, Natasha Kultchitsky, PE.  Natasha has been part of the TFMoran Structural Engineering Department since 2016. She recently passed the Professional Engineer exam and is now a licensed structural engineer in the state of New Hampshire. Natasha has a Master’s degree in Civil/Structural Engineering from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics from Lomonosov State University in Moscow. Her structural design experience includes steel and timber commercial and industrial buildings, and concrete foundations.

Congratulations to all the women in construction featured in NEREJ’s spotlight, and thank you all for your hard work and dedication to the construction industry!

Click this link to view Natasha’s spotlight feature: NEREJ-March-April-2020_WIC-Natasha-Kultchitsky-PE.pdf

Click here to read more about Natasha in NEREJ on-line edition. Or, read below:

What was your greatest professional achievement or most notable project in the last 12 months? I started a civil engineering program at the University of Alaska when I was 37 years old. Pretty late… Being very ambitious in the beginning, I quickly had to understand that an engineering career would not be easy and graceful. Continue Reading →

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2 TFMoran Projects Featured in High-Profile’s April Issue

April’s issue of High-Profile has focus sections on Multi-Residential and Senior/Assisted Living which features two of TFMoran’s current engineering projects:  Main Street at Woodmont Commons and Bowman Place at Olde Bedford.   

To view the Main Street project article click this link : High-Profile April 2020 – Woodmont Commons

To view the Bowman Place at  Olde Bedford project article click this link: High-Profile_April 2020 – Bowman Place at Olde Bedford

Or, see below to read both project stories:

TFMoran Provides Engineering for Woodmont Commons

Londonderry, NH – TFMoran provided civil and structural engineering services for Main Street at Woodmont Commons, a new four-story, 87-unit luxury apartment building. The units consist of a variety of studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartments. In addition, the building has 23,000sf of retail space to be completed on the first floor where tenants and Woodmont Commons’ visitors can shop. Continue Reading →

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TFMoran’s Jeremy Belanger on the cover of “The New Hampshire Civil Engineer” March 2020 issue

ASCE-NH  “The New Hampshire Civil Engineer” March 2020 Newsletter Cover featured a great photo of TFMoran’s Senior Project Engineer, Jeremy Belanger, PE, receiving the Young Engineer of the Year Award. This distinguished award was presented by ASCE-NH Board Member, Nick Golon. ASCE-NH nominated Jeremy not only for his involvement in ASCE-NH, but for his outstanding work ethic, his integrity as a young professional, his dedication and enthusiasm for the Civil Engineering profession, and his volunteerism in giving back to the community. Jeremy was selected by a jury of his peers from New Hampshire’s Joint Engineering Societies.

Jeremy Belanger - TFMoran Senior Project Engineer

Jeremy Belanger, PE
NH Young Engineer of the Year 2020

The ASCE-NH President’s Message features a photo of Jeremy holding his award certificate standing next to New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, along with members of New Hampshire’s Joint Engineering Societies. The March newsletter covers the 2020 Engineers Week Awards Banquet & Exhibition recognizing both the 2020 Young Engineer of the Year, Jeremy Belanger, PE and 2020 Engineer of the Year, Robert “Bob” Henry, Ph.D., PE, a Professor at the University of New Hampshire for 40+ years. The awards banquet took place in Concord during National Engineers Week.

TFMoran is very proud to have Jeremy on our team.

Congratulations from all of us!

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TFMoran welcomes Jennifer Farrow as Receptionist in the Bedford office

TFMoran welcomes Jennifer Farrow as Receptionist in the Bedford office. Ms. Farrow brings nearly 20 years of administrative and accounting experience to TFMoran, including as an Accounting Clerk for the State of New Hampshire. She studied Business Management and Accounting at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, New Hampshire. Her new position involves greeting clients, answering phones, and assisting TFMoran’s engineers and surveyors with various administrative functions.

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TFMoran Celebrates at the 2020 “Totally Awesome” BOB Awards Party

Boblogo2020TFMoran’s COO, Dylan Cruess along with TFM staff and guests celebrated at the New Hampshire Business Review’s 13th Annual BOB Awards party on March 12th, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. TFMoran was honored to be voted as 2020 Best of Business in the Engineering category by New Hampshire Business Review readers at the “totally awesome” eighties-themed party.  2020 marks the EIGHTH consecutive year TFMoran has received this award. The BOB Awards honors the “Best Of Business” in New Hampshire in over 90 business-to-business categories. More than 4,000 people cast their vote in the BOB Awards survey.
A Big THANK YOU to all who voted for us!

Congratulations to all the best of businesses in the state New Hampshire! Click here to view the full list.  A 50/50 raffle was held to help raise money for Girls Inc. of New Hampshire, and the winning group donated back their winnings!

Thank you to New Hampshire Business Review for showcasing the Best of Business across New Hampshire and putting on a fun and festive party!

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TFMoran Engineers Ski for Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports Charity Event

TFMoran’s Tom Lamb, Lou Cote (Team Captain), Maureen Kelly, and Jon Nadeau participated in the annual Changes in Altitudes Ski-a-Thon on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Waterville Valley Ski area. This year’s charity event raised over $90,000 to benefit Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports. The Adaptive program provides group and private lessons to adults and children using specially designed adaptive ski equipment, as well as training for Special Olympics and Paralympic Sports.

The event was held at Waterville Valley Resort in Waterville Valley, NH. Teams were invited to dress like a pirate and “ski until their legs said argh”! The weather was perfect for skiers to complete as many runs as possible from 9am to 2pm followed by a catered after-party at the resort that awarded prizes to the teams that raised the most money (over $70,000) and completed the most runs (26)!! The TFMoran Team enjoyed a beautiful winter day and being able to help raise money to provide access to sports and instructions to individuals with disabilities was priceless!

For more photos check out Waterville Valley’s Adaptive Sports Facebook page.