TFMoran’s Land Surveying Equipment is Upgraded with the Latest Technology

TFM Land Surveyors utilize the most advanced field and office surveying technologies to provide cost-effective, efficient, and timely results. With the advanced technology of the Leica GS 16 and GS18, our surveyors obtain detailed information more efficiently. The Leica GS 16 and 18 systems provide the fastest GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and RTK (Real-Time Kinematics), meaning data can be collected in the field while being received in the office. The GNSS provides positioning and navigation, by collecting data from satellites.

Our Bedford office team had a beautiful day for training with the new equipment by a representative of Leica Geosystems back in March.


Guillermo Sepulveda Joins TFMoran

Guillermo Sepulveda has joined TFMoran as a Civil Project Engineer in the Bedford office. Mr. Sepulveda’s recent experience includes civil/site design, permitting, field testing, site surveying and inspection for residential and commercial projects. Sepulveda graduated from the University of New Hampshire in May 2021 with his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Guillermo is currently pursuing his EIT certification.

Welcome to the team, Guillermo!


Dylan Cruess Attends NeighborWorks of Southern NH Annual Breakfast

The NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire Annual Breakfast was held on March 30 at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford, NH.  The annual breakfast highlighted the incredible services that NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire provides to the greater Manchester and Nashua communities including workforce housing, home ownership seminars, and neighborhood revitalization.

Mayor Joyce Craig of the City of Manchester shared a message with attendees, other presentations were given by Sandra Almonte, Chair, Board of Directors of NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire; Bobbie Bagley, Director of Public Health & Community Services in the City of Nashua; Robert Tourigny, Executive Director of NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire; and Jay B. Childs of JBC Communications about the facts and fiction of housing.

Guest speaker Max Latona, Ph. D, Executive Director of the Center for Ethics in Society at Saint Anselm College gave a presentation “Affordable Housing: Why Should We Care? The Ethics of Affordable Housing”.


Jay Aube Speaks at Water Quality Workshop

Jay Aube, Project Manager and Environmental Permitting Specialist at TFMoran’s Seacoast Division, presented at the Landscaping for Water Quality workshop in Swanzey, NH. The workshop was developed by the NH Department of Environmental Services (NHDES), University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, and other state and local Environmental groups.

The two-day workshop included presentations and practical sessions. Participants learned principles and best practices for creating and maintaining attractive, functional landscapes while protecting water quality in local lakes and rivers.

Jay presented about the NH State Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act.


TFMoran’s Portsmouth Division Welcomes Amy Hughes

Amy Hughes has joined TFMoran’s Portsmouth Division as receptionist and administrative assistant. Ms. Hughes brings over 20 years of extensive experience in office and administrative roles for businesses in Southern Massachusetts. Her new position involves assisting TFMoran’s engineers and surveyors with diverse administrative functions in addition to greeting clients and answering phones.

Welcome, Amy!


Higgins and Brigagliano Join TFMoran Seacoast Division

Kyra Higgins and Vincent Brigagliano recently joined TFMoran’s Seacoast Division as Environmental Permitting Specialists.

Kyra Higgins is a recent graduate from the University of New Hampshire, with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability and a minor in Business Administration Ms. Higgins’ coursework included biology, ecology and conservation and sustainability principles, climate change impacts and mitigation, and renewable energy technologies and transitions.

Kyra also has experience in environmental education, serving as a Crew Leader for the Youth Conservation Corps at Rachel Carson Refuge in Wells, Maine. Previously, Kyra has promoted environmental health practices through conservation projects including a study of female terrapin turtles, and land protection and natural resource conservation on Aquidneck Island, Rhode Island.

Vincent Brigagliano is expected to graduate from the University of New Hampshire this May with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability. Mr. Brigagliano’s coursework included the study of natural resources, environmental policy, sustainability, and green real estate.

Vincent’s recent experience includes horticulture and education at Prescott Park in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where he planted and maintained green spaces and educated tourists on urban sustainability, invasive species, native plants, and pollinators.

Welcome to the team Kyra and Vincent!


TFM Goes Hollywood For 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 9th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. This year’s theme was “Hollywood”, encouraging guests to wear a costume from their favorite movie or dress to the nines and walk the red carpet! TFM sponsored the Photobooth at the event – attendees enjoyed stopping by to strike a pose!

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

“We are pleased and honored that we have received this prestigious award 11 years in a row! The New Hampshire Business Review readership represents a broad cross-section of New Hampshire’s most influential people, and this recognition is a testament to the skill, dedication, and can-do attitude of our remarkable staff.”

Robert Duval, President

A portion of the proceeds went to benefit Girls at Work, a local nonprofit organization. Girls at Work empowers girls with tools, unleashing their power and potential to accomplish anything. Girls at work builds confidence, trust, resilience, skills, and dreams.

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


TFMoran Sponsors Bedford High School FIRST Robotics Team

TFMoran is sponsoring Bedford High School‘s FIRST Robotics Team Red Storm 509 for the 2023 Season. The team consists of 45 students participating in the global FIRST Robotics Program. Each season, the team builds a robot from materials including mechanical gears, motors, and software to compete with other regional and worldwide teams in the yearly FIRST Robotics Challenge.

This program relies on financial sponsorships to support team activities. Robot fabrication is a major annual expense that includes raw materials, tools, and machinery. Sponsorship allows the team to host events, support other FIRST teams, and help promote STEM through community outreach activities.

Best of luck this season, Red Storm 509!


TFMoran Voted Best of Business in Engineering for 11th Year!

TFMoran is honored to be voted as 2023 Best of Business in the Engineering category by New Hampshire Business Review readers!  2023 marks the ELEVENTH 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. According to NHBR’s website, over 3,000 people voted in the BOB Awards survey.

We’d like to take a moment to give A Big THANK YOU to all who voted for us!

NH Business Review will hold the 16th Annual BOB Awards celebration on Thursday, March 9th, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. This year’s theme is “Hollywood”. It’s an event like no other to celebrate the best businesses in the state and network with business leaders from across New Hampshire.

Thank you to New Hampshire Business Review for this opportunity and for showcasing the Best of Business across New Hampshire, and congratulations to all the winners!


Matthew McCormack Joins TFMoran as Civil Project Manager

Matthew McCormack, PE has joined TFMoran as a Civil Project Manager in the Portsmouth Office. Mr. McCormack is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Maine and will be acquiring his NH PE license in the future. Matthew earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. His experience includes residential, commercial, and industrial site development throughout New England and Florida. Previously, McCormack served as a Nuclear Engineer at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and has held positions in local firms, including MSC Civil Engineers.