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TFMoran Senior Living Project featured in April’s High-Profile Focus

One of TFMoran’s senior living projects in Bedford, NH, Maple Ridge Estates at Bedford,  was recently published in High-Profile. We invite you to view the article by clicking this link High-Profile April 2017 Senior-Assisted Living Focus – TFM Project  or read the text below.

TFMoran Completes Work for Maple Ridge Estates at Bedford

Bedford, NH – TFMoran, Inc. of Bedford, provided survey and civil engineering services, landscape architecture, and permitting for the design of Maple Ridge Estates, a 62+ independent senior living community in Bedford. This new community is part of a multiphase, mixed-use development located on 11 acres in the town’s performance zone between South River Road (NH-Route 3) and Technology Drive.

Construction for the residential phase of the development is slated for completion in April 2017; the commercial/retail phase will follow. Calamar Enterprises, Inc., the project’s developer, has overseen construction of the three-story, 163,000sf, 116-unit residential building and 73 detached-garage units designed by Silvestri Architects, PC of Amherst, N.Y. Site construction was performed by Jennings Excavation, Inc. of Hollis, N.H.

Construction of this new independent senior living community provides a mix of one- and two-bedroom units while offering numerous onsite amenities. These include a putting green and chipping area for golf enthusiasts, a bocce court, and outdoor function area featuring a large covered patio with pergola. Inside the building, a dining hall, lounge, 40-seat theater, fitness center, and hair salon provide convenience and comfort for its residents. Collection and treatment of stormwater runoff generated from the new development was addressed with a series of bioretention areas. Wetland areas, steep slopes, and ledge found around the site required careful consideration of grading.

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TFM Staff News Featured in hp’s “FastFacts Friday”

“FastFacts Friday” presented by High Profile’s Business Development Manager, Anastasia Barnes, is e-mailed to subscribers (at no cost) every Friday. FastFacts Friday features the weekly headlines in New England Facilities Development News.

TFMoran staff news was featured on Friday, January 20, 2017!  To view the stories on TFMoran’s latest Professional Engineer, Robert Vida, and TFM’s recently hired Civil Project Engineers, Maureen Kelly and Shaun Vando, click this link and scroll down.  Congratulations to High-Profile, who is celebrating their 20th year!

Robert Vida, PE Robert Vida, PE – Structural Engineer

TFM Civil Engineer, Maureen Kelly Maureen Kelly – Civil Project Engineer

Shaun Vando, TFM Civil Engineer Shaun Vando – Civil Project Engineer

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Cynthia Stockman featured on “FastFacts Friday”

On Friday, March 11th, TFM’s Cynthia Stockman was featured on High-Profile’s “FastFacts Friday” by Anastasia Barnes. Click here to read about Cynthia, and other exciting headlines of the week.

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TFM’s newest project engineer, Asim Azam makes High-Profile’s “FastFacts Friday”!

High Profile Monthly’s Anastasia Barnes presents “FastFacts Friday” as an e-newsletter every Friday featuring weekly headlines which are hyper-linked to the full stories on the High-Profile blog. On Friday, December 4th, FastFacts Friday featured TFM’s recently hired civil project engineer, Asim Azam.

Click here to read the whole story in High-Profile Monthly.

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Asim Azam, EIT

TFMoran, Project Engineer

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High-Profile FastFacts Friday features TFM’s Keith Weston

High-Profile Monthly’s Anastasia Barnes presents “FastFacts Friday” as an e-newsletter every Friday featuring weekly headlines which are hyper-linked to the full stories on the High-Profile blog.

Click here to see our Keith Weston in High-Profile.

TFMoran Construction Inspector Keith Weston, PE
TFMoran Construction Inspector Keith Weston, PE

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TFMoran featured in High Profile Magazine FastFacts Friday

The TFMoran and MSC Merger Announcement was featured in the March 6th “FastFacts Friday” email blast from Anastasia Barnes at High Profile Magazine.  TFMoran and MSC continue to receive very positive reaction to our December 2014 Merger.  MSC is now an integrated division of TFMoran offering a wide array of engineering, land surveying,  and landscape architecture services to clients in the New Hampshire seacoast region, northern Massachusetts, and southern Maine.

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TFMoran project featured in October 2014 issue of High-Profile: SNHU Library Learning Commons

TFMoran was part of the design team for the new Library Learning Commons at Southern New Hampshire University, along with Perry Dean Rogers | Partners Architects and Harvey Construction.

High-Profile New England Facilities Development News featured a story on the Library Learning Commons in the Northern New England section of the October issue.

“A ribbon cutting ceremony was held recently for the new $18 million, three-story, 50,000sf learning commons at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). The new commons……” To read the article, please click on this link.

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Robert Cruess Published in High-Profile Magazine

Robert Cruess, TFMoran’s Chairman of the Board of Directors, recently wrote a featured article for the August 2014 issue of High-Profile Magazine.  The article focuses on mixed-use developments in New Hampshire, which feature commercial and residential uses together in the same project.  To read Robert’s article entitled “Market Driven Mixed-Use” click here.  TFMoran has successfully permitted many mixed-use projects in recent history, some examples of our mixed-use projects are: The Hillside Shops at Bedford in Bedford, NH, Abingdon Square in Goffstown, NH, and Dover Fields Marketplace in Dover, NH.

High-Profile Monthly magazine is a New England based monthly publication that, “…identifies all aspects of the New England architecture, engineering, and construction (A/E/C) industry through featured projects, news announcements, trend articles, industry events and informative interviews attributed to owners, developers, property managers, architects, engineers, project managers and consultants, contractors, subcontractors and others.”