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TFMoran’s Woodmont Commons project featured on the cover of “The New Hampshire Civil Engineer” April issue

ASCE NH Section’s “The New Hampshire Civil Engineer” features TFMoran’s civil (and structural) engineering project Woodmont Commons in Londonderry on the April 2020 Newsletter Cover.

Inside this edition, one of TFMoran’s Senior Project Managers and Professional Engineer, Nicholas Golon, is featured as Board Member of the Month. Nick joined TFMoran’s Civil Engineering Department in 2006 and has served on the ASCE-NH Board for seven consecutive years, currently serving as Treasurer.

Nick Golon ASCE-NH

Nick Golon – NH Construction Career Days

Nick is very involved, not only with ASCE-NH, but also in the community, giving-back whenever he can. This year Nick was recognized by the New Hampshire Union Leader as one of the state’s standout young professionals in the 2020 Class of 40 Under Forty.

Nick also contributed an article reprinted from New England Real Estate Journal which he authored entitled: Strong infrastructure to drive retail success: Investment is needed to prepare for the future  This article also appeared in ASCE National’s This Week in Washington as an “Advocacy Shout Out”.

TFMoran is proud to be “The New Hampshire Civil Engineer” April Sponsor of the Month

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Supporting the Economic Development and Infrastructure Summit

Dylan Cruess represented TFMoran at the Economic Development and Infrastructure Summit on Wednesday November 14th, 2018. The event, put on by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, was hosted at the Manchester Country Club and was presented by TD Bank. Mr. Cruess was one of the panel members on the Board of Directors.  The keynote speaker, Jeff Speck, who is a city planner and bestselling author, spoke about how economic development is affected by the walkability of a city. The event also featured a presentation about Driving Economic and Community Development through Grassroots Leadership, and an update on the major projects taking place in the Greater Manchester area and how the projects will impact the local infrastructure. Snacks were provided to those who attended, as well as coffee. Sponsors for the event included Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and TFMoran.