After nearly 30 years with TFMoran, Inc., Field Surveyor Michael Burt has announced his retirement from the company. Mike joined the firm in October 1993 and quickly became an essential member of TFM’s survey field crew. Michael Dahlberg, Assistant Vice President and Survey Department Manager comments, “Mike is one of the steadiest, most reliable, consistent, dependable, and qualified Survey Crew Chief’s that I have ever had the pleasure of working with. Mike’s quiet workmanlike manner and attitude will be greatly missed!” President Bob Duval said, “We all benefitted from Mike’s professionalism over the past thirty years, and we wish him a long and happy retirement.”
After nearly 30 years at TFMoran, Inc., Jeffrey M. Kevan, Principal and Civil Engineering Department Manager, has announced his intent to retire from the company at the end of 2022.
“I’ve worked at TFMoran for nearly 30 years, almost half of that time in a leadership capacity, and since 2013 as a principal. I feel privileged to have worked with such a talented group of people,” says Kevan.
TFMoran President Bob Duval adds, “We wish Jeff the very best in his retirement. Throughout his tenure, we have all benefited from his engineering expertise and strong commitment to our clients. Over the years, his many contributions have helped make TFMoran the strong and well-respected company we are today. In the past few years, Jeff helped us put together a smooth and seamless transition team, as a result Nick Golon, PE in our Bedford office, will be assuming Jeff’s role of Civil Engineering Department Manager, and continuing Jeff’s strong tradition of civil engineering excellence.”
Nick Golon has over 21 years of experience in civil engineering, with the last 16 years at TFMoran. His engineering background includes a diverse cross-section of projects in the residential, commercial, industrial, and energy markets, ranging up to several hundred million dollars in value.
“Although Jeff will be greatly missed, says Nick, “we look forward to building upon the foundation he has helped create here at TFMoran. The company is well-positioned to continue its growth as an industry leader, a testament to the legacy he so well deserves.”
After 30 years with TFMoran, Hans Mertsch is retiring from our Survey Department. Hans joined the firm in February 1992 and has been an integral part of our company for the past three decades! Hans’s knowledge and skill will be greatly missed, but we wish him the very best in retirement! We all owe Hans immense gratitude for his service and contribution in helping make TFMoran one of the most respected firms in Northern New England.
Congratulations, Hans! We wish you the best in your retirement!
TFM employees gathered at the Bedford office on Friday to congratulate Susan on her retirement! After serving TFMoran for 20 years as Marketing Coordinator, she will be joining her husband Jonathan in retirement life. Although we are sad to see her go, we are excited for her!
COO Dylan Cruess said a few words about just how crucial Susan’s work has been in the growth and recognizability of the company. Her bright, cheery attitude will be missed around the office! Former president Robert Cruess also spoke about the importance of marketing and graphics in our industry, something that Susan spearheaded in her early years at TFM.
We’d like to thank Susan for all that she has done and wish her the very best in retirement life!