TFMoran Selected 2014 Best Engineering Firm in New Hampshire

TFMoran, Inc. has been selected as a winner in New Hampshire Business Review’s 2014 BOB Awards, which honor the best of business in New Hampshire in over 90 categories. TFMoran was honored in a statewide readers’ survey in the Engineering Firm category.

“We are especially proud to receive this award two years in a row,” says Robert Duval, president of TFMoran. “I credit our dedicated staff of civil, structural, and traffic engineers, land surveyors and landscape architects for the excellent service they give to our community every day,” Duval continued. TFMoran was established in 1968 and is involved in major engineering projects throughout New Hampshire and the northeast.

TFMoran and the other winners will be honored on Thursday, March 6, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. “With 3,900 ballots cast for the 2014 Awards, the BOBs continue to be considered a standard of excellence in New Hampshire,” said Jeff Feingold, editor of NHBR. “This year, we’re celebrating with a luau – the perfect cure for cabin fever.” A portion of the proceeds will benefit New Horizons for NH.


TFMoran Announces Ownership Transition

January 1, 2013 – TFMoran Inc. has announced the transfer of ownership to a team of four senior employees. According to former owners Robert and Anne Cruess, who have been in charge of the firm since 1987 and owners since 1991, “This is TFM’s 45th year in continuous operation”, says Mr. Cruess, “and after 26 years in charge, I am pleased that this group of long-term, dedicated employees is taking over ownership of the Company that has been an important part of our lives.”

“Robert and Anne Cruess have made a tremendous impact on our business and our profession,” says new president Robert Duval. “Under their guidance, TFMoran has always been on the cutting edge of innovation. Robert and Anne pioneered sustainable design in our region with the creation of the Eco-Industrial Park in Londonderry. Their many creative, award-winning projects have included parks, retail and mixed use. Their vision and hard work have made TFM a recognized leader in our industry and positioned the firm to meet the challenges of the years ahead.”

The new ownership team includes Robert Duval as President, Dylan Cruess as Chief Operating Officer, and Senior Vice-Presidents Jeff Kevan and Paul Sbacchi. Robert Cruess remains involved as Chairman of the Board of Directors and to assist in marketing and outreach for the firm. Anne Cruess will remain as Chief Landscape Architect.

TFMoran specializes in civil, structural, and traffic engineering; survey, landscape architecture, and environmental permitting for private and public projects throughout New England.