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Celebrating Engineers Week 2021

February 21-27 is National Engineers Week, and TFMoran is celebrating the hard work of our over 30 Civil, Structural, and Traffic Engineers! This week is promoted annually by DiscoverE, an ASCE partner, to promote the profession and celebrate engineers by showing the world the important work engineers contribute to our every day lives.

“This year’s theme – Imagining Tomorrow – celebrates all the ways engineers make the world a better place, like delivering solutions to combat climate change, securing cyberspace, developing vaccines and more.”

Thanks to all our Engineers and support staff who embody the core values of TFMoran: Engineering Excellence and Superior Client Service

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TFM News in High-Profile’s February Issue!

The most recent issue of High Profile features TFMoran news including the announcements of new hires, awards, promotions and projects, as well as our recent donation to the NH Children’s Scholarship Fund.

The recent announcement of the addition of Julia Chartier and Guiseppe Granara was featured on High Profile’s “People” page. The promotions of Tom Lamb, Kyle Roy and Chris Rice was also prominent on the page, with High Profile being the first in press to feature this exciting news. The “Up Front” section recognized TFMoran for our recent contribution to CSFNH, with a photo of TFM COO Dylan Cruess presenting a check to Kate Baker of CSFNH. The “Awards” section recognizes TFMoran’s most recent award, earning a Gold-rating from The Registry Review‘s “Best of 2020” readers’ survey.

The February Issue has a focus on Restoration and Renovation and Cannabis Facilities. TFM Structural Engineers were a part of the project team for the Bio-Techne Corporate Headquarters located in Devens, Massachusetts. Working alongside Connolly Brothers, Inc. and designed by Maugel Architects, this single story addition includes an extended shipping area, storage and manufacturing spaces inside the former military base turned mixed-use community.

Another recent TFM Restoration and Renovation project, NewCorr Packaging, is also featured. Led by Maugel Architects, TFMoran Structural Engineers helped to complete the 40,000sf expansion in Northborough, Massachusetts which includes renovations to the front entry, lobby, and restrooms, as well as the expansion of the warehouse area.

Check out the full publication here.

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TFMoran promotes engineers Christopher Rice, Thomas Lamb and Kyle Roy to Principals

TFMoran is proud to announce the promotion of several senior-level employees, Christopher Rice, Thomas Lamb, and Kyle Roy, to Principals of the firm. Mr. Rice is in the civil engineering group; Mr. Lamb and Mr. Roy are in the structural group.

“We are pleased to welcome these exceptional individuals who embody the core values of TFMoran: engineering excellence and superior client service, into our ownership team,” said Robert Duval, president of TFMoran. “Effective engineering companies require leaders who are innovators and problem-solvers. These new Principals have all taken on leadership roles within the construction industry, and within community service organizations as well.”

Christopher Rice

 

Christopher Rice joined TFMoran’s Civil Engineering Department in 1999 and currently manages the Civil Division in TFM’s Portsmouth office.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology from UNH. His experience includes civil/site design and permitting of land development projects ranging from small subdivisions to some of the largest mixed-use developments in the state.  Mr. Rice lives in Hooksett with his wife and two sons.

Thomas Lamb, PE

 

Thomas Lamb, PE joined the company’s Structural Engineering Department in 2007.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from UNH. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states including New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. As a Senior Structural Engineer in the Bedford office, Mr. Lamb is responsible for design and analysis of a wide variety of residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal buildings throughout the Northeast. His experience includes new construction as well as preservation of historic masonry, steel, and timber structures. Mr. Lamb is the current president of Structural Engineers of New Hampshire. He lives in Bedford with his wife and two children.

Kyle Roy, PE

 

Kyle Roy, PE is a Senior Structural Engineer in TFMoran’s Bedford office. He joined the company in 2006.  He holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and is a licensed Professional Engineer in New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts. Mr. Roy has over 25 years of experience in structural design and analysis of commercial, industrial, institutional, municipal, and residential buildings for public and private clients, including adaptive re-use of historic structures.  His experience includes extensive healthcare engineering, supporting, and improving patient care. He is a member of Structural Engineers of New Hampshire, American Institute of Steel Construction, New England Society of Healthcare Engineers, and the New Hampshire Society of Healthcare Facility Managers. Mr. Roy lives in Londonderry, with his wife and two children.

“These new Principals represent our commitment to the future,” says Duval. “TFMoran is now in its 53rd year of operations, and we know the importance of training the next generation of leadership today.  Along with Nick Golon, who became a Principal in 2020, this strong young leadership team will help us grow and prosper for decades to come.”

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TFMoran gives $3,000 to help with NH hunger during the Holidays

This year has been a challenging one for many businesses, families, and individuals due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. With statewide social distancing guidelines in place, TFMoran’s annual company holiday lunch for more than sixty employees was unable to take place. Instead, TFMoran’s principals donated what would have been the cost of the holiday lunch to local food banks. It is estimated that this contribution will provide approximately 6,000 meals in total, to New Hampshire people in need.

On December 8th, Abby Sprackland from The New Hampshire Food Bank visited TFMoran’s Bedford office receiving a check from Dylan Cruess, TFMoran’s COO and Principal for $2,000. The New Hampshire Food Bank, a program of Catholic Charities New Hampshire, has been working to relieve hunger in the Granite State since 1984. The New Hampshire Food Bank procures and distributes food through more than 400 non-profit registered agencies including food pantries, low-income housing sites, family crisis centers, soup kitchens, senior nutrition centers and emergency shelters. Since the spread of COVID-19 there are approximately 1 in 7 men, women and children in New Hampshire who are food insecure, a projected 55,500 additional people and in total more than 181,090 across the state, a 69% increase.

“We are grateful to TFMoran for their generous donation which will help to provide approximately 4,000 meals this holiday season,” said Eileen Liponis, Executive Director, New Hampshire Food Bank, “The pandemic has brought on many unprecedented challenges for our neighbors this past year. No one should have to worry about where their next meal is coming from, especially around the holidays.”

On December 9th, TFMoran’s Portsmouth office staff and its Division Manager and Principal, Corey Colwell, presented a $1,000 check to the seacoast food pantry Gather.  On behalf of Gather,  Seneca Adam Bernard, Associate Executive Director, and Arthur Cousins, Pantry/Warehouse Manager, accepted the donation.

Gather is based in Portsmouth, NH and serves all ages in the Greater NH Seacoast region including Rockingham and Strafford Counties. Gather’s mission is to make the Greater Seacoast a hunger-free community by distribute nourishing food to people who do not have enough to eat; take a leadership role in building an equitable and sustainable regional food system; and galvanize public support for ending hunger. Gather is also the Seacoast’s only preventative health-focused food pantry, meeting the hunger needs of this community through the provision of fresh healthy food.

For more information, please visit www.nhfoodbank.org and www.gathernh.org

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NHBR BOB Awards Voting… Now Open!

TFMoran is proud to be the recipient of the New Hampshire Business Review’s BOB (Best Of Business) Award for the past seven consecutive years, and we would love to make it EIGHT!

BOB Awards 2019 Voting Now Open!

 

 

 

 

Please consider voting for TFMoran in the Engineering category, Question 10 in the on-line survey. You must vote for at least 15 questions for the entry to count, and only one vote per person is allowed. The ballot is open until January 17, 2020. So, please hurry and place your vote!

The BOB Awards are a New Hampshire Business Review awards program recognizing the Granite State’s exceptional businesses. The businesses recognized are the ones that offers the best service, pay attention to details, and have the most helpful and eager employees. BOB Award winners from over 90 different categories, ranging from “Best Accounting Firm” to “Best Engineering Firm” to “Best Business Place for Lunch”, are considered to be New Hampshire’s highest-ranking businesses that offer nothing less than exceptional.

The 2020 “Totally 80’s” BOB Awards Party will be held Thursday, March 12, 2020 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. Come and join the party for a totally tubular evening of networking, food, and refreshments.