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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.

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TFMoran Sponsors 19th Annual Champagne Putt to benefit SEE Science Center programs

The SEE Science Center, located in the millyard district of Manchester, NH, hosted their 19th Annual Fred Kfoury Jr. Memorial Champagne Putt on March 5th, 2020. The mini-golf tournament featured 18 science-themed holes, including one two-story hole. Participants enjoyed a fun-filled evening with plenty of food, beverages, contests, raffles, and a silent auction- all for a great cause to benefit the programs of the SEE Science Center. SEE is the home of The LEGO® Millyard Project.

TFMoran sent two foursomes onto the course this year (pictured from left to right above): Hannah Giovannucci, Dylan Cruess (and partner Janelle), Eric Salovitch, Maryanne Murray, Dan Blais, Angela Molihan (and partner Mike). While the teams did not place, they had a fantastic time participating in the event and supporting a great cause!

Thanks to the SEE Science Center and presenter Bellwether Community Credit Union for putting on a great event!

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TGIF! TFMoran Celebrating Engineers Week 2020

February 16-22, 2020 was National Engineers Week and TFMoran had a lot to Celebrate! TFMoran’s Bedford and Portsmouth offices took a late break on Friday afternoon for a “T.G.I.F” celebration of the week and recent engineering awards and staff news. The Bedford staff enjoyed an assortment of food from Puritan Backroom such as chicken tenders, stuffed shells, meatballs and cheese sticks, while the Portsmouth office was treated to pulled-pork sandwiches.

Besides celebrating our profession, we celebrated our staff who either recently won awards, were promoted or passed their PE exams. The big news was, our very own Jeremy Belanger who was selected by a jury of his peers from New Hampshire’s Joint Engineering Societies as the 2020 Young Engineer of the Year! Nick Golon was another TFMer to celebrate, he was recently in the Union Leader for being recognized as one of the state’s standout young professionals in the 2020 Class of “40 Under Forty”. TFM’s Jen Porter and Tom Burns were celebrated as they both were promoted to Senior level. And, more exciting news to celebrate was that Natasha Kultchitsky and Jeremy Belanger recently passed the NH Professional Engineering exam. Congratulations to all for your accomplishments! We are proud to have you on the TFMoran team.

Last, but by no means least, we celebrated that TFMoran was recently voted 2020 Best of Business in the Engineering category by New Hampshire Business Review readers for the 8th straight year! We will be celebrating at BOB Award Party hosted by NHBR on March 12th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.

Did you know? Engineers Week was first started in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers to call attention to the contributions to society that engineers make. It was intentionally planned to include George Washington’s birthday of February 22, as he is considered the first engineer- as a surveyor!

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Congratulations to Jeremy Belanger (pictured left) named NH’s Young Engineer of the Year!

TFMoran’s Senior Project Engineer Jeremy Belanger, PE has been selected by a jury of his peers from New Hampshire’s Joint Engineering Societies as the 2020 New Hampshire Young Engineer of the Year.  This distinguished award was presented to Jeremy on February 19th at the 69th Annual Engineers’ Week Awards Banquet & Exhibition at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH.  The American Society of Civil Engineers – New Hampshire Section (ASCE-NH) submitted his nomination 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 started his engineering career with the family business working for his father, Jacques Belanger, LLS as part of a survey field crew before working as a summer intern and part-time employee with Gomez and Sullivan while obtaining his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of New Hampshire (UNH).  Upon his graduation in 2010, he obtained his M.S. in Civil Engineering/Water Resources from UNH and continued his career with Gomez and Sullivan as a Water Resources Engineer conducting bathymetric surveys and habitat restorations projects, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Studies (FIS), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) re-licensing studies, hydroelectric generation analysis, hydraulic dam break analysis and inundation mapping, and dam removal feasibility and design.

The desire to be closer to his family and familiar surroundings brought Jeremy back to New Hampshire in 2015 when he accepted a position as a civil project engineer with TFMoran, Inc. In his nearly five years with TFMoran Jeremy has made himself indispensable with his tireless work ethic, professionalism and enthusiasm for each assignment. Jeremy’s efforts have not gone unnoticed, as he was recently promoted to Senior Project Engineer, making him the youngest to achieve such a title in TFMoran’s 50+ years of operation. At TFMoran he is responsible for the engineering design and permitting of land development projects and has experience in site planning, drainage design, sewer design, and local and state permitting for residential, commercial, industrial, municipal and energy projects.

Jeremy is an active member of the community and gives back in many ways. After moving back to New Hampshire, he began volunteering for UpReach Therapeutic Equestrian Center. UpReach serves individuals with a wide range of physical, emotional, and psychological disabilities through year-round, equine-assisted activities and therapies.  Jeremy is a regular at the ASCE-NH Younger Member volunteer night at New Horizons Homeless Shelter and Food Pantry, and volunteers at various TFMoran organized activities such as In-Town Manchester’s Adopt-A-Block event.

Jeremy lives with his husband Eric, their dogs Cooper and Callie and cat Meaty in Dunbarton, NH.  Jeremy is an avid outdoorsman and traveler and in his free time can be found snowboarding, hiking or otherwise engulfed in a good book.

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New Hampshire Union Leader promotes Engineers Week 2020

The New Hampshire Union Leader is one of several local newspapers dedicating a special section to Engineers Week. This week is promoted annually by DiscoverE, an ASCE partner, to promote the profession and celebrate engineers by showing the world the important work engineers contribute to our every day lives. Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 16th starts off the week, and the Union Leader is showcasing various types of New Hampshire civil engineering projects and engineering news from all around the state. The front page of this special section announces that TFMoran’s Jeremy Belanger was named 2020 Young Engineer of the Year. TFMoran is very proud to have Jeremy on our team and we congratulate him for all of his hard work, dedication and accomplishments. Jeremy was recently promoted to a Senior Engineer and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of New Hampshire.

Congratulations also to Bob Henry, who was named Engineer of the Year. According to the Union Leader article, Bob had a 40-year career at the University of New Hampshire mentoring more than a thousand students.

One of TFMoran’s projects currently under construction in Concord, NH was also featured in the Engineers Week section, Tru by Hilton and T-BONES Great American Eatery. To read click on this pdf link: Union Leader Engineers Week 2020_Concord hotel-restaurant

Engineering news published in the Union Leader also included TFMoran was voted 2020 Best of Business by New Hampshire Business Review readers. We are honored to receive the BOB Award for 8 consecutive years!

As we celebrate Engineers Week we thank our incredible team of over 30 engineers for all of their hard work, dedication and the incredible tasks they accomplish.

 

 

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TFMoran is part of a Nashua Neighborhood Revitalization Effort

On December 19, 2019, Dylan Cruess, COO of TFMoran, along with other community and business leaders attended the kick-off event for NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire’s redevelopment efforts in the Nashua Tree Streets Neighborhood. Attendees met at the Crossway Christian Church in Nashua to discuss the initiative’s first project at 40 Pine Street, an empty lot that will hold a two-family residence as part of NeighborWorks® ongoing community building mission. The Tree Streets projects aim to help revitalize the Nashua Tree Streets Neighborhood. Building is expected to start once weather permits.

TFMoran was one of more than twenty local businesses and entities whose generous support will help to create good housing and quality neighborhoods in Nashua. Previously, TFMoran donated $5,000 to NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire in support of West Side RENEW, an initiative to redevelop and preserve properties in significant decline or in need of capital improvements on Manchester’s West Side.

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TFMoran voted Best of Business in Engineering! 2020 BOB Award

TFMoran is honored to be voted as 2020 Best of Business in the Engineering category by New Hampshire Business Review readers.  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. According to NHBR’s website more than 4,000 people cast their vote in the BOB Awards survey. A Big THANK YOU to all who voted for us!

NH Business Review will hold their 13th Annual BOB Awards celebration on Thursday, March 12th, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. This year’s theme is “Totally Eighties” with costumes encouraged. Celebrate the best businesses in the state and network with business leaders from across New Hampshire in a fun and festive party atmosphere.  There will also be a chance to win prizes and help raise money for Girls Inc. of New Hampshire.  Don’t miss out, register early and get your tickets on-line at NHBR.com

Thank you to New Hampshire Business Review for this opportunity and showcasing the Best of Business across New Hampshire.

 

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TFMoran’s Nick Golon in the New Hampshire Union Leader 2020 Class of “40 Under Forty”

Congratulations to TFMoran Senior Project Manager, Nick Golon, PE for being recognized by the New Hampshire Union Leader as one of the state’s standout young professionals!

On Monday, January 27th a special edition was published in the Union Leader’s business section, 2020 Class of 40 Under Forty. Nick was featured as one of the 40 best and brightest young leaders in New Hampshire for his work as a civil engineer and his community involvement. Nick joined TFMoran’s Civil Engineering Department in July 2006 and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the states of New Hampshire and Maine. His engineering background includes a diverse cross-section of projects ranging from the residential and the commercial market to industrial and energy applications. His history of successfully managing fast-paced multi-discipline projects provides a strategic benefit to any project team. Nick also serves on the American Society of Civil Engineers-New Hampshire Section Board of Directors and has participated in the ASCE Legislative Fly-In program in Washington, DC. He recently helped ASCE-NH raise $15,000 for the Scholarship Fund for current and prospective New Hampshire engineering students. Nick gives back to his community in many ways including volunteering on numerous non-profit organizations and mentoring New Hampshire students interested in science, engineering and construction.

A reception to honor the 2020 Class is scheduled for March 18th at the Grappone Center in Concord. This is the 19th annual Class of 40 Under Forty event. TFMoran congratulates all 40 of the honorees. We thank you for your contributions in making New Hampshire a better place to work and live. And, we also thank the New Hampshire Union Leader for recognizing the importance of these young standout professionals. Click here to read about all 40 honorees.

To view a summary of Nick’s part of this special edition click on this pdf:  Union Leader 40 Under Forty 01-27-20

For the full-version of Nick’s Q & A with the Union Leader read below:

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