TEC, Inc. Seacoast Initiative in Hampton, New Hampshire

Pictured at the ribbon cutting are (from left): Sal Lupoli, Senator Lou D’Allesandro, B.J. “Doc” Noel, President of the Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce; Senator Nancy Stiles, Mitchell Keamy, President/CEO of TEC; Governor Maggie Hassan, Kevin Dandrade, Principal/Senior Project Manager of TEC; Catherine Christy, Principal/Accounting Administrator of TEC; Richard Friberg, Civil Engineer- Hampton Office Manager of TEC; Maureen Ayles, Office Manager, Hampton Beach Casino, Inc. and Jody P. Trunfio, Principal/Senior Project Manager of TEC.

Pictured at the ribbon cutting are (from left): Sal Lupoli, Senator Lou D’Allesandro, B.J. “Doc” Noel, President of the Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce; Senator Nancy Stiles, Mitchell Keamy, President/CEO of TEC; Governor Maggie Hassan, Kevin Dandrade, Principal/Senior Project Manager of TEC; Catherine Christy, Principal/Accounting Administrator of TEC; Richard Friberg, Civil Engineer- Hampton Office Manager of TEC; Maureen Ayles, Office Manager, Hampton Beach Casino, Inc. and Jody P. Trunfio, Principal/Senior Project Manager of TEC.

(Hampton, NH) On Thursday, May 8th, TEC, Inc. was please to hold its Seacoast Office Opening Celebration.  We were honored to have Governor Maggie Hassan, Senator Nancy Stiles and Senator Lou D’Allesandro join us at the event and welcome us to the Seacoast.

The Seacoast Initiative is about bringing our services closer to our private and public sector clients, located throughout the Seacoast, New Hampshire and Southern Maine.  The additional office location allows us to continue to provide our clients a single point of contact to ensure continuity between deliverables, staff reviews, and provide the clients with a high level of comfort in knowing that there is always one primary person to call with questions and comments with a responsive team of qualified experts behind them.

“TEC’s new Seacoast office reinforces that New Hampshire’s high quality of life, tax-friendly environment and responsive state government, make our state as attractive for business as any in the country,” Governor Maggie Hassan said. “I thank TEC for their investment in New Hampshire and for the important role that they play in our economy and our communities.”

“TEC has built their practice on the longstanding reputation of their principals and with a capable team of individuals. I congratulate them on this Seacoast Initiative. They are one of the first year round business at the beach and I look forward to them being the first of many,” Senator Nancy Stiles.

“I am very excited to see what ventures TEC and its community partners will undertake in the area. We expect great things,” Senator Lou D’Allesandro.

“We are excited to be the Casino Ballrooms first year-round tenant and continue to provide our services throughout New Hampshire,” stated Richard Friberg, Hampton Office Manager. “TEC values the partnerships we have formed with various local communities and officials in New Hampshire and we are eager to continue our collaboration on such important projects.”

“We are excited to continue our Seacoast Initiative with the opening of our Hampton Office,” said Mitchell Keamy, President/CEO. “We take a true client-focused approach; our engineers address the project needs and work with the client from the start of the project to the end. Having an office along the Seacoast will allow us to be accessible to our clients and more responsive to their needs and the needs of their projects.”

TEC, Inc. has grown over the years and continues to grow as we practice the TEC Team Delivery Model of a working partnership of planning, permitting, design and construction professionals focused on the single outcome of efficient project delivery.

We deliver quality, perseverance, innovation, enthusiasm, and extreme client value at every step.

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