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Benjamin Hodsdon joins TFMoran as a Civil Engineering Summer Intern

Benjamin Hodsdon has joined TFMoran’s Civil Engineering Department as an intern for the summer of 2021. He is working in both the Bedford office and the Portsmouth office. Ben is in the Honors Program at the University of New Hampshire, working towards his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Class of 2023. He was recently involved in design and fabrication of a data-collecting freshwater salinity buoy, which he presented at the Undergraduate Research Conference at UNH. Ben enjoys golf and is a member of the UNH Ski and Snowboard Club.

Welcome to the TFM Team, Ben!

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Ezequiel Galvan joins TFMoran’s Structural Engineering Department

Ezequiel Galvan has joined TFMoran as a Structural Engineer in the Bedford office. Mr. Galvan recently graduated from the University of New Hampshire at Durham with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He has two years of experience as a Structural Design Intern, focusing on the design of concrete planks, crane layouts, and hoist plans, as well as concrete quality control testing.

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TFMoran/MSC’s Jessica Winston Becomes CESSWI Certified Professional

Jessica Winston serves as a Civil Project Engineer in TFMoran’s Portmouth, NH office. She has been with the MSC division for 9 years and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering/Environmental Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.  This March Jessica passed the CESSWI (Certified Erosion, Sediment and Stormwater Inspector) exam, which addresses all aspects of providing complete inspections for erosion and sediment control and stormwater compliance. By passing the exam, Jessica has demonstrated she has the knowledge and understanding of documentation, communication, safety, the rules and methods of erosion and sediment control and stormwater control and management.

More and more construction projects are requiring CESSWI certificants to ensure that these projects meet the requirements of Federal, State and Local regulations including the US Environmental Protection Agency’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. Certified Inspectors are recognized by state and federal regulators as qualified professionals in their field.

The non profit organization, EnviroCert International, Inc.® was established to provide standards in stormwater certifications. In addition to CESSWI, they also provide guidelines for the practice of Stormwater Quality (CPSWQ), and Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC).  These certified professionals are also part of TFMoran’s staff.

The purpose of these certifications is to safeguard life, health, and property, and to promote the public welfare, as stated by EnviroCert International.