TFMoran promoted three senior-level employees, Christopher Rice, Thomas Lamb, and Kyle Roy, to principals of the firm. Rice is in the civil engineering group and Lamb and Roy are in the structural group.
“We are pleased to welcome these exceptional individuals who embody the core values of TFMoran: engineering excellence and superior client service, into our ownership team,” said Robert Duval, president of TFMoran in Bedford. “Effective engineering companies require leaders who are innovators and problem-solvers. These new principals have all taken on leadership roles within the construction industry, and within community service organizations as well.”
Rice joined TFMoran, an engineering firm headquartered in Bedford, in 1999 and currently manages the Civil Division in TFM’s Portsmouth office. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology from the University of NH (UNH). His experience includes civil/site design and permitting of land development projects ranging from small subdivisions to some of the largest mixed-use developments in the state.
Lamb joined the company’s Structural Engineering Department in 2007. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from UNH. He is licensed in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Working out of the Bedford office, Lamb is responsible for the design and analysis of a variety of residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal buildings throughout the Northeast. His experience includes new construction as well as the preservation of historic masonry, steel, and timber structures. He is also the current president of Structural Engineers of NH.
Roy is a senior structural engineer in the Bedford office, having joined the firm in 2006. He holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and is a licensed professional engineer in NH, Maine, and Massachusetts. Roy's 25 years of experience covers structural design and analysis of commercial, industrial, institutional, municipal, and residential buildings for public and private clients, including adaptive re-use of historic structures. He is also a member of Structural Engineers of NH, American Institute of Steel Construction, New England Society of Healthcare Engineers, and the NH Society of Healthcare Facility Managers.
“These new Principals represent our commitment to the future,” said Duval. “TFMoran is now in its 53rd year of operations, and we know the importance of training the next generation of leadership today."
Pictured above (from left) Christopher Rice, Thomas Lamb, and Kyle Roy.