TFMoran’s Stormwater Project, I-93 Widening, Featured in NH Business Review

NH Business Review‘s February issue features the long awaited interstate widening project that is expected to fully open this spring. The strip of interstate being widened runs from Manchester to Salem, the goal being to decongest traffic and enhance the safety of motorists. TFMoran provided Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), performed stormwater turbidity monitoring and inspection services for the project. TFMoran’s team of Certified Professionals in Erosion Sediment Control (CPESC), Certified Erosion and Sediment Stormwater Inspectors (CESSWI) and Environmental Scientists are  working with NHDOT and NHDES project officials.

The team of highway builders have included R.S. Audley, Weaver Brothers Construction, George R. Cairns & Sons, Severino Trucking Co., Alvin J. Coleman & Sons, and E.D. Swett.

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Read the full NHBR article here.


TFMoran Announces New Staff: Alexander Camm-Survey Crew Chief and Bryan Levesque, PE, CPESC-Construction Inspector

TFMoran recently hired two new staff members, Alexander Camm and Bryan Levesque, PE, CPESC.

Alexander Camm, serves as survey crew chief in the company’s land surveying department. Mr. Camm has over nine years of land survey experience including boundary, topographical, construction, and ALTA/ACSM surveys. His skills include 3D modeling, conventional and robotic total stations, GPS data collection, Hazwoper, and arc-flash (electrical safety work practices and standards) training.

Bryan Levesque is a civil/geotechnical engineer serving part-time as a construction inspector. Mr. Levesque is a Professional Engineer in the states of New Hampshire and Maine, and a Certified Professional in Sediment and Erosion Control. His skills include storm water pollution prevention plans, geotechnical evaluation, design and construction support services, and Hazwoper training. Mr. Levesque’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from New England College and graduate studies in geotechnical engineering at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology.