NH Business Newsmakers
O’Neil named chief of survey at TFMoran
BEDFORD — James O’Neil was recently hired to serve as chief of survey for TFMoran Inc. O’Neil is a licensed land surveyor in New Hampshire with more than 20 years experience. At TFMoran, he will be responsible to oversee all land surveying projects from proposal to completion, including field operation, technical computations, research and boundary determinations, and project management.
O’Neil is a member of the New Hampshire Land Surveyors Association and former director of professional practice NHLSA. He lives in Bedford and serves as the vice chairman of the Bedford Zoning Board of Adjustment.
McLane names de Mari as marketing director
MANCHESTER — The McLane Law Firm with four offices in Manchester, Portsmouth, and Concord, N.H., and Woburn, Mass., has hired Susan de Mari as director of marketing.
Prior to joining the firm, de Mari served as senior vice president of marketing for the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank. She has seven years of experience in government and public policy at both the local and state level with the city of Lowell Division of Planning and Development and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance.
Justic joins Colliers as shareholder
MANCHESTER — Carol Justic, business operations manager and licensed real estate salesperson, has been elected a new shareholder Colliers International, a commercial real estate services company. Justic has been with the company for 18 years and is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. Each year Justic organizes the company team that participates in the “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” walk to honor Bridget Darlington, a co-worker who lost her battle with breast cancer 11 years ago. She lives in Bedford with her husband and two daughters.
MSI Mechanical works on Tuscan Kitchen
SALEM — MSI Mechanical Systems Inc. a mechanical contractor and facilities provider, is nearing completion on the second location of the Tuscan Kitchen restaurant brand in Burlington, Mass.
The new restaurant located at 24 New England Executive Park, across the street from the Burlington Mall, is the second restaurant for owner, Joe Faro. Plans include refitting an existing 9,000 square foot of existing office space on the first floor while adding an additional 4,800-square-foot addition.
Both MSI Mechanical Systems Inc and Tuscan Kitchen were founded in Salem, N.H.
Walsh Joins NHFPI board of directors
CONCORD — Margaret Walsh has joined the board of directors of the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute.
Walsh is a professor of sociology and anthropology at Keene State College, where since 2000 she has taught courses and directed research focused on a range of social issues including poverty, education, and housing.
The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute is an independent, nonpartisan organization dedicated to exploring, developing, and promoting public policies that foster economic opportunity and prosperity for all New Hampshire residents, with an emphasis on low- and moderate-income families and individuals.
Fredette named president at SFC Engineering
AUBURN — As the company approaches its 20th anniversary, SFC Engineering Partnership Inc., a structural, fire protection and civil engineering firm headquartered in Auburn, has named George R. Fredette, P.E., as president. Fredette will succeed Nicholas J. Cricenti Jr., P.E., who has been acting company president for the past 10 years. SFC will also be installing new officers. Deborah A. Fernandez will be named executive vice president and treasurer, and Jeffery M. Murphy will be the company secretary.