The Village at Banfield Woods, a TFMoran seacoast project. published in Portsmouth Herald

The Village at Banfield Woods, a recent project of TFMoran, has been published in the Portsmouth Herald just in time for Engineer’s Week! This highly desirable community is surrounded by woodlands covering over 44 acres, inviting its residents to enjoy the great outdoors. TFMoran worked with Green & Company and provided local and state permitting, surveying, civil engineering, planning, landscape architecture, and construction administration services for the project. This residential development currently under construction will feature 22-unit stand-alone condominiums with common open space.

TFMoran Principal Corey Colwell is featured in the article, speaking about the project team and the design challenges that they faced. “This project utilized an exceptional team of consultants including soil and wetland scientists, wildlife biologists, civil engineers, surveyors, attorneys, and land planning consultants to design and permit this unique neighborhood.”

We are proud to be a part of the project team bringing this community to Portsmouth!

Check out the Village at Banfield Woods article here.

In other exciting TFMoran news, the announcement of our new Principals was also featured in this Engineers Week special section. Thank you to the Seacoast papers for putting this together!


Joaquín Denoya focuses on High-end Single and Multi-family Residential throughout New England.

Joaquin Denoya PE Senior Structural EngineerJoaquín Denoya, PE is a Senior Structural Engineer focusing in structural design, analysis, and construction administration of high-end single family and multi-family residential projects throughout New England. Joaquín is a licensed Professional Engineer in the states of NH, MA and CT with over 10 years experience. He has a Masters of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Joaquín’s residential structural design projects include:
Private Single-Family Residence – Meredith, NH
A 10,000sf, two-story residence on Lake Winnipesaukee. Framing consisted of engineered wood lumber and steel members to help create an open floor layout. The project architect was Stewart Associates Architects.
Private Multi-Family Residence – Boston
Additions and alterations to a historic, 26,000sf, three-story brownstone originally built in 1872 (known as the Ames-Webster mansion). The installation of large steel framing members due to the removal of load bearing brick masonry walls has allowed the basement space to be converted to a 9-car parking garage. Pile supported foundations at the new additions are anticipated to be installed this summer. The project architect is Hamady Architects.
Multi-Family Apartment Building – Boston, MA
Now under construction, TFM Structural Engineers designed this four-story addition to a two-story, concrete structure located on Commonwealth Avenue. The design involved upgrading the existing structure for new gravity and lateral loads and designing a unique structural system for transferring loads from the upper story addition to the lower story existing building. The project architect is Neshamkin French Architects of Boston, MA.
Contact Joaquín at: [email protected]