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Atlantic Orthopaedics New Surgery Center Featured in High Profile

A recent project of TFMoran’s Seacoast Division, Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine’s new ambulatory surgery center “New England Center for Orthopaedic Surgery”  is featured in High Profile Monthly‘s June issue focused on Healthcare Facilities! The project, which is in its second phase, is expected to be complete this summer.

The first phase of the project was completed in 2016. Phase two began with an amended site plan, approved by the city in 2019. The project team for both phases included Hereford Dooley Architects, and BBL Construction Services, working closely with the City of Portsmouth and affiliate Portsmouth Regional Hospital. TFMoran provided civil/ site design, permitting, land surveying, landscape architecture, and construction administrative services for the project located on 1900 Lafayette Road in Portsmouth, NH.

The issue also covers other recent TFM news including Aiden Behar joining the TFMoran Structural Team, and the Sig Sauer Experience Center groundbreaking event!

See the full issue here.

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TFMoran’s 2019 Summer Newsletter (E-version) is now available!

TFMoran’s newsletter The Scope is now available for on-line viewing!

Check out “A Message From Our President” on the front cover. Bob Duval talks about the busy construction season, and how TFMoran strives to provide our clients with the best service and product possible. You can read about exciting new projects just starting, like the Catholic Medical Center expansion in Manchester, NH; the new Tru by Hilton Hotel and T-BONES restaurant in Concord, NH; Saint Anselm College new 2-story Welcome Center; and The Bowman – a 133-unit residential apartment building next to Whole Foods in Bedford, NH. There is an update on completed projects like Trader Joe’s and The Friendly Toast at “Market and Main” on the former Macy’s site in Bedford, NH; and 603 Brewery at Woodmont Commons – a 600-acre mixed-use development in Londonderry, NH; the new 6-story, 1,700-car SNHU Millyard parking garage in downtown Manchester, NH, and the restoration of the historic Concord Theatre, now known as Bank of New Hampshire Stage.

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