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Ribbon cutting at Trader Joe’s at Market and Main

Doors to the new Trader Joe’s in Bedford, NH opened on Friday morning, March 29, 2019 after the official red ribbon was cut. The first official customer was Grace Freire, who was followed by a long-line of excited shoppers. The Trader Joe’s crew were lined up inside the door to welcome shoppers and hand out a complimentary reusable bag custom-designed for “Live Free” New Hampshire. The colorful bags had illustrations of the state flower, and an apple, along with a recipe for New Hampshire Maple Sundae from the kitchen of Trader Joe’s. The interior walls of the grocery store are also custom to New Hampshire with beautiful painted illustrations reflecting some of the state’s treasured places.

TFMoran’s president Robert Duval, project manager Chris Rice, and marketing coordinator Susan Bartley were honored to attend the ribbon-cutting with Market and Main developer Terry Robinson of Encore Enterprises and Trader Joe’s Director of Construction, Lisa Robertson. Trader Joe’s is the first retail store to open in the new 350,000sf space upscale mixed-use center “Market and Main”, located off of South River Road (US Route 3) at the former Macy’s site. This one story, 13,000 sf± national food chain store is the third to open in New Hampshire. TFMoran provided civil/site and traffic engineering, permitting, land surveying, landscape architectural, stormwater monitoring and construction support services for Encore Enterprises.  Additionally, TFMoran provided structural design for a two-level parking deck which is connected to the retail building. The project architect is Prellwitz Chilinski Associates and the construction manager is Hutter Construction of New Ipswich, NH. Site construction began for the development in March 2017.

(Market and Main mixed-use center is designed to be a pedestrian-friendly place with a village green and pocket parks throughout. Plans include a 1,200-seat deluxe cinema, an office building, a hotel, a variety of vibrant restaurants and retail shops, and two parking garages.)

 

About Trader Joe’s Bedford

“At Trader Joe’s Bedford, we see ourselves as your neighborhood grocery store. Step inside and you’ll find unconventional and interesting products in the Trader Joe’s label like Mandarin Orange Chicken and Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate, as well as everyday basics like milk, eggs, meat, and fresh produce. We are a good source for great cheese and bakery items, and we offer a vibrant selection of fresh flowers. Most importantly, we offer all of our delicious, quality products at the very best prices. We’re happy to be part of your community, and proud to offer unique products at prices everyone can afford, every day.”

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Franklin Savings Bank opens a new branch at Abingdon Square in Goffstown

TFMoran’s Project Manager Jason Hill, PE and Dylan Cruess, COO attended the ribbon-cutting event for the new Franklin Savings Bank in Goffstown, NH on March 21, 2019.  The new 2,161 square foot branch office is located at Abingdon Square, a mixed-use development designed by TFMoran that currently includes a Rite Aid pharmacy and NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire workforce housing. The bank features two drive-up lanes, a smart ATM and technology bar. This is the eighth full-service location, and the third office in southern New Hampshire.

The FSB project team included Paramount Partners of Quincy, MA, DeStefano Architects of Portsmouth, Sullivan Construction of Bedford, NH and TFMoran. TFMoran provided civil engineering, structural engineering, traffic engineering, permitting and landscape architecture services for the project. This is the second bank project for this team, the first was the FSB in Merrimack, NH completed in 2017.

We are happy to have Franklin Savings Bank in our community.
Congratulations on another successful project!

 

Franklin Savings Bank Mission Statement: “Community banking matters!  We are the foundation of our communities; supporting and promoting economic and social vitality.  At Franklin Savings Bank, our essential mission is to meet the financial service needs of individuals, families and businesses within our marketplace.  It is our steadfast commitment to meet those needs by delivering personalized attention and service, along with convenient access to modern technology.  We value our employees and will continue to invest in their development as well as provide a positive work environment where they may thrive.  We are committed to being a mutual organization, which ensures that resources remain locally invested for the benefit of those we serve.  We are proud of the work we do!”

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August 29th Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for SNHU’s new 5-story, 382-bed Kingston Hall

At a ceremony on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 the ribbon was officially cut at Kingston Hall, the newest dormitory at Southern New Hampshire University. A crowd of students, faculty, and members of the project team were on hand to join SNHU’s President, Dr. Paul LeBlanc in the celebration of the grand opening. Refreshments were offered in the common spaces on the first floor, while tours were given by staff of the dormitory rooms above. TFMoran’s Dylan Cruess, Adam Jimenez and Susan Bartley were honored to be a part of the celebration in congratulating SNHU for another successful project on campus. TFMoran provided survey, permitting, civil/site engineering, and landscape architecture services for this beautiful new 114,775 sf,  5-story, 382-bed dormitory located on the west side of campus in Hooksett, NH. The project architects are Mackey Mitchell of St. Louis, MO and Lavallee Brensinger Architects of Manchester, NH and the general contractor is Whiting Turner of Framingham, MA.