TFMoran Personnel Announcements

Jeff Kevan

Bedford, NH – After nearly 30 years at TFMoran, Inc., Jeffrey M. Kevan, principal and civil engineering department manager, has announced his intent to retire from the company at the end of 2022.

Nick Golon, PE in the Bedford office, will be assuming Kevan’s role of civil engineering department manager. Golon has over 21 years of experience in civil engineering, with the last 16 years at TFMoran. His engineering background includes a diverse cross-section of projects in the residential, commercial, industrial, and energy markets, ranging up to several hundred million dollars in value.

Margaret Levell

The company also announced that Margaret Levell, EIT has joined the firm as a civil project engineer in the Bedford office. Levell joins TFMoran after graduating with her Bachelor of Science in agricultural engineering and environmental and natural resources from Purdue University.

Additionally, Andrew Griffin, PE recently earned his Professional Engineer license for the State of New Hampshire.

Andrew Griffin

Griffin serves as a structural project engineer in the Portsmouth office and joined TFMoran in 2018. His structural design experience includes steel and timber commercial, industrial, and residential buildings, and concrete foundations.

TFMoran president, Bob Duval said, “We wish Jeff the very best in his retirement. Throughout his tenure, we have all benefited from his engineering expertise and strong commitment to our clients. Over the years, his many contributions have helped make TFMoran the strong and well-respected company we are today.”

“Although Jeff will be greatly missed, we look forward to building upon the foundation he has helped create here at TFMoran. The company is well-positioned to continue its growth as an industry leader, a testament to the legacy he so well deserves,” said Golon.

During her time at Purdue, Levell served the community by volunteering for the Women in Engineering Program and The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. She also served on the leadership team Engineers Without Borders.