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The Village at Banfield Woods, a TFMoran seacoast project. published in Portsmouth Herald

The Village at Banfield Woods, a recent project of TFMoran, has been published in the Portsmouth Herald just in time for Engineer’s Week! This highly desirable community is surrounded by woodlands covering over 44 acres, inviting its residents to enjoy the great outdoors. TFMoran worked with Green & Company and provided local and state permitting, surveying, civil engineering, planning, landscape architecture, and construction administration services for the project. This residential development currently under construction will feature 22-unit stand-alone condominiums with common open space.

TFMoran Principal Corey Colwell is featured in the article, speaking about the project team and the design challenges that they faced. “This project utilized an exceptional team of consultants including soil and wetland scientists, wildlife biologists, civil engineers, surveyors, attorneys, and land planning consultants to design and permit this unique neighborhood.”

We are proud to be a part of the project team bringing this community to Portsmouth!

Check out the Village at Banfield Woods article here.

In other exciting TFMoran news, the announcement of our new Principals was also featured in this Engineers Week special section. Thank you to the Seacoast papers for putting this together!

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TFM’s Nick Golon Chairs 2017 Manchester Bike Tour

TFMoran’s Senior Project Manager, Nick Golon, served as Chairman for the 2017 Manchester Bike Tour that took place on Sunday, September 10th. The event consisted of a 30-40 mile family-friendly scenic bike tour around the City of Manchester. The purpose of the tour is to support city-wide environmental projects and land conservation through the Manchester Conservation Commission Conservation Fund. Included in the registration was rest stops, admission to the NH Aviation Museum and Western Observatory, snacks, tee-shirt and lunch at the end catered by the Puritan Backroom. Sights along the route include Rock Rimmon, the Piscataquog Rail Trail, Nutt’s Pond Recreation Trail, Aviation Museum at the Airport, Lake Massabesic and the Historic Weston Observatory.

The event enjoyed another successful year and the weather made for a beautiful day! A big thank you to TFM’s Nick Golon and all the volunteers for making the event a success, along with all who sponsored it!