New Hampshire Business Review’s “From the Ground Up” is a special section that focuses on local projects recently construction in New Hampshire. TFMoran’s civil and structural engineering project, the new SNHU Millyard Parking Garage in downtown Manchester is in the August 30 – September 12, 2019 issue. To view the pdf click on this link: NHBR From The Ground Up Aug 30-Sept 12 2019 issue or read the text below.
From the Ground Up:
SNHU Millyard Parking Garage
TFMoran provides civil/structural design for parking complex to serve Millyard growth
While it may seem unusual to compare a construction project to a dance, progress on the newly completed Southern New Hampshire University Milllyard Parking Garage was a delicate balance necessitating carefully calculated timing throughout the process.
“It was a very compact site,” says Bob Duval, president of TFMoran — which provided survey, civil engineering, structural engineering, site permitting and landscape architectural services. “There was little to no adjacent land available for staging and temporary construction operations. The site had to be broken up into a chess board of construction phasing.” Due to strict space limitations on-site, the garage containing approximately 1,700 parking spaces, abutting South Commercial Street, the Merrimack River and the Langer Place Mill in the south end of the Millyard, was approached with a careful eye on the next move, every step of the way. Harvey Construction served as construction manager on the project. Continue Reading →