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NH Union Leader Covers Ribbon-cutting Event at NH SportsDome in Hooksett

The official ribbon cutting event for the newly opened NH SportsDome was held earlier this week on March 1, 2021. NH SportsDome CEO, Joel Hatin, gave the opening remarks thanking the project team, town officials, his business partners and his family for making this special project a reality. Andre Garron, Town Administrator for Hooksett, followed with brief remarks and turned it over to New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu. Many of the attendees at this socially-distanced event, proudly represented more than 30 companies on the project team. TFMoran was represented by President, Bob Duval; Senior Project Manager and Principal, Nick Golon; and Marketing Coordinator, Susan Bartley, who were honored to be invited to this special event.  Ending the presentation, a celebratory champagne toast was offered, courtesy of the Singer Family,

The NH SportsDome hosts gave tours of the facility, which boasts 2 ½ miles of artificial turf across a collegiate-sized field. The dome structure rises 72 feet high, and was manufactured by The Farley Group. The first-of-its-kind structure for New Hampshire, located on Benton Road in Hooksett, opened on February 18th.  A “Dirt to Dome” video presentation was on display for those who wanted to follow the construction progress. TFMoran provided services for survey, site/civil design, structural design, local, state and federal permitting, landscape architecture, traffic engineering, and construction phase. The project team included Capital Construction, LLC, as General Contractor and Severino Trucking Co., Inc., as Site Contractor.

New Hampshire Union Leader covered the event, publishing a feature story on the front page the following day!  Check out the full article here.

Congratulations to NH SportsDome and all involved with this great project!

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for SNHU Millyard Parking Garage

Southern New Hampshire University  held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, July 15th in celebration of the completion of the Millyard Parking Garage in downtown Manchester, NH. The event took place on the top floor where there are beautiful views of the Merrimack River and the City. The six-story garage is located near Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, home of Minor League Baseball’s New Hampshire Fisher Cats, and the Hilton Garden Inn on South Commercial Street. It will provide parking for SNHU employees and for the public. Assistant Vice President for Communications of SNHU, Lauren Keane announced that use of the garage will be phased in, starting with 300 employees and gradually expanding over the next few weeks.

The garage will provide spaces for 1,700 vehicles, offering a solution for SNHU employees and the City of Manchester in an area where parking is limited. President and CEO of SNHU, Paul LeBlanc mentioned that the garage is the first new building in the Millyard in 122 years. Mayor Joyce Craig and other City officials joined in the ribbon-cutting celebration.

TFMoran is proud to be a part of the project team providing civil and structural engineering services. The team included project architects Built-Form, LLC and Construction Manager Harvey Construction.

Congratulations to SNHU for another impressive, successful project!

For additional information about the event, check out the article by the Union Leader.

And, watch this segment by TV reporters WMUR.

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Ribbon Cutting at Chandler Place – Affordable Senior Living Apartments in Plaistow, NH

TFMoran’s COO, Dylan Cruess and Project Manager, Tom Burns, PE joined in the celebration of the completion of Phase I of Chandler Place Apartments on 18 Chandler Ave, in Plaistow, NH. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Friday, June 16th led by Steven Lewis, one of the three local developers. New Hampshire’s Governor Chris Sununu and town officials were also on hand to support this 62-and-older affordable senior housing project. Phase I of this two-phased project, consists of 25 one and two bedroom apartments, each averaging between 650-670 square feet, and a community center and business center on site. Phase I was completed in-part from receiving $330,000 through the state’s Affordable Housing Fund and $4 million through Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Residential applicants had to be at or below a required income level to qualify. The approximate rent for a one bedroom is $915 and a two bedroom is $1,095.  At the time of the ribbon-cutting event, occupancy was to capacity, with a waiting list for an open unit. Phase II could add an additional 14 more apartments.

The project team for Phase I of  Chandler Place Apartments included TFMoran for land surveying and civil/site engineering services, Burnell-Johnson Architects for architectural design, Gary Chicoine Construction for building, and Jameson Excavation for site work.

For more details about the event, link to the Eagle-Tribune.