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UNH Graduate Jacob Woodard joins TFMoran Structural Team

TFMoran is pleased to announce that Jacob Woodard has joined the Structural Team as a Structural Engineer in the Bedford office after working as an intern for the company in 2019. Mr. Woodard graduated this spring from the University of New Hampshire in Durham earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with a Structural focus. His course work included Mathematics, Engineering Management, Soil Mechanics, and Design of Steel Structures. Mr. Woodard is a member of the Structural Engineers of New Hampshire.

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TFMoran Structural Engineer, Natasha Kultchitsky, PE featured in NEREJ Women In Construction Spotlight

TFMoran is proud to have professional women on our team supporting the construction industry. New England Real Estate Journal recently did a “Women In Construction Spotlight” which features one of TFMoran’s Structural Engineers, Natasha Kultchitsky, PE.  Natasha has been part of the TFMoran Structural Engineering Department since 2016. She recently passed the Professional Engineer exam and is now a licensed structural engineer in the state of New Hampshire. Natasha has a Master’s degree in Civil/Structural Engineering from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics from Lomonosov State University in Moscow. Her structural design experience includes steel and timber commercial and industrial buildings, and concrete foundations.

Congratulations to all the women in construction featured in NEREJ’s spotlight, and thank you all for your hard work and dedication to the construction industry!

Click this link to view Natasha’s spotlight feature: NEREJ-March-April-2020_WIC-Natasha-Kultchitsky-PE.pdf

Click here to read more about Natasha in NEREJ on-line edition. Or, read below:

What was your greatest professional achievement or most notable project in the last 12 months? I started a civil engineering program at the University of Alaska when I was 37 years old. Pretty late… Being very ambitious in the beginning, I quickly had to understand that an engineering career would not be easy and graceful. Continue Reading →