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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.

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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.

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Mike Burt to Retire from TFMoran

After nearly 30 years with TFMoran, Inc., Field Surveyor Michael Burt has announced his retirement from the company. Mike joined the firm in October 1993 and quickly became an essential member of TFM’s survey field crew. Michael Dahlberg, Assistant Vice President and Survey Department Manager comments, “Mike is one of the steadiest, most reliable, consistent, dependable, and qualified Survey Crew Chief’s that I have ever had the pleasure of working with. Mike’s quiet workmanlike manner and attitude will be greatly missed!” President Bob Duval said, “We all benefitted from Mike’s professionalism over the past thirty years, and we wish him a long and happy retirement.”

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Jay Aube Presents at the NH Land Surveyor Association Annual Meeting

Jay Aube presented at the NH Land Surveyor Association (NHLSA) annual meeting held on December 1 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. Jay provided a 2 hour presentation on NH Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act (SWQPA) and how to identify and avoid common pitfalls when submitting Shoreland Permit Applications to NHDES.

Attendees earned hours towards their LLS continuing education credits.

Jay formerly served as the Shoreland Program Outreach Coordinator for the NH Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) Shoreland Program, and has 12 years of experience in the public sector. His experience at NHDES also includes Wetlands and Shoreland permitting as well as the enforcement of NH Alteration of Terrain Law, the NH Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act (SWQPA) and NH Wetlands Law.

Jay now serves as a Project Manager and Environmental Permitting Specialist out of TFMoran’s Portsmouth office.

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TFMoran Kicks off the Holiday Season with our Annual Company Harvest Lunch

TFMoran held its annual company gathering, known as the “Harvest Lunch”, on the day before Thanksgiving in the Great Hall at the Bedford Village Inn.  The Portsmouth division staff joined the Bedford staff for a full company gathering of more than 60 people! Thank you to the Bedford Village Inn for the amazing food and beautiful venue.

The principals were very happy to thank the staff for their hard work and dedication to the Company. Jeff Kevan was recognized for his 30-year career at TFMoran, which will come to a close at the end of the year when he retires.

Dylan spoke about the great achievements we’ve made as a company this year, welcoming 13 new hires and celebrating 2 other long-time employees’ transitions into retirement.

 It was a great beginning to the Thanksgiving holiday break, as folks headed home to spend time with their families.

Thank you TFM Principals!

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Margaret Levell Joins TFMoran as Civil Project Engineer

Margaret Levell, EIT has joined TFMoran, Inc. as a Civil Project Engineer in the Bedford office. Ms. Levell joins TFMoran after graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering and Environmental and Natural Resources from Purdue University. Her capstone project for that degree was the Urban Agriculture Irrigation Project for the Food Insecure in Detroit, Michigan. During her time at Purdue, Ms. Levell served the community by volunteering for the Women in Engineering Program and The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. She also served on the leadership team of Engineers Without Borders. Previously, Margaret studied abroad at Peking University in Beijing, China, and is proficient in Mandarin.

Congratulations and welcome to the team, Margaret!

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Andrew Griffin receives New Hampshire Professional Engineer License

Andrew Griffin, PE recently earned his Professional Engineer license for the State of New Hampshire. Mr. Griffin serves as a Structural Project Engineer in the Portsmouth office and joined TFMoran in 2018. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Vermont. Mr. Griffin’s structural design experience includes steel and timber commercial, industrial, and residential buildings, and concrete foundations.

Congratulations, Andrew!

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Jeff Kevan to Retire From TFMoran

After nearly 30 years at TFMoran, Inc., Jeffrey M. Kevan, Principal and Civil Engineering Department Manager, has announced his intent to retire from the company at the end of 2022.

“I’ve worked at TFMoran for nearly 30 years, almost half of that time in a leadership capacity, and since 2013 as a principal. I feel privileged to have worked with such a talented group of people,” says Kevan.

TFMoran President Bob Duval adds, “We wish Jeff the very best in his retirement. Throughout his tenure, we have all benefited from his engineering expertise and strong commitment to our clients. Over the years, his many contributions have helped make TFMoran the strong and well-respected company we are today. In the past few years, Jeff helped us put together a smooth and seamless transition team, as a result Nick Golon, PE in our Bedford office, will be assuming Jeff’s role of Civil Engineering Department Manager, and continuing Jeff’s strong tradition of civil engineering excellence.”

Nick Golon has over 21 years of experience in civil engineering, with the last 16 years at TFMoran. His engineering background includes a diverse cross-section of projects in the residential, commercial, industrial, and energy markets, ranging up to several hundred million dollars in value.

“Although Jeff will be greatly missed, says Nick, “we look forward to building upon the foundation he has helped create here at TFMoran. The company is well-positioned to continue its growth as an industry leader, a testament to the legacy he so well deserves.”

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Tom Lamb Attends NCSEA Summit

Tom Lamb recently attended the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) 2022 Summit in Chicago. Tom serves as the SENH alternate delegate NCSEA.

The NCSEA Summit is held as an opportunity to engage with the best and brightest practicing structural engineers nationwide. Attendees Interact with and learn from leaders in the field; stay current on advancements and best practices through education sessions and exhibitions. Discuss technical, business, and industry challenges—and work toward solutions in a collaborative community; and reconnect and network with those in the professional community.

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Earning Continuing Education Credits with A Professional Liability Insurance Seminar

TFM employees enjoyed a lunch and learn with Cameron Poole of Poole Professional! This was an excellent opportunity for our professionals to earn continuing education credits, which are required for licensure and renewal.

Cam presented to us about liability as engineers and designers. As a company, our designs are held to a standard – We worked together to answer the question of how to mitigate risk throughout the design process.