Hampton Area Chamber Cuts Ribbon with TEC, Inc. Seacoast Initiative in Hampton, New Hampshire
Hampton Chamber of Commerce
Press Release , March 18, 2014
The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at the new office of TEC Engineering, Inc., located in the Casino building on Hampton Beach. TEC, Inc. is pleased to announce that in January they opened the doors to their additional office location established at 169 Ocean Boulevard, Unit 101, Hampton, NH 03842.
The Seacoast Initiative is about bringing their services closer to their private and public sector clients, located throughout the Seacoast, New Hampshire, and Southern Maine. TEC, Inc. takes pride in being responsive and flexible to the needs of their clients and the needs of their project. The additional office location allows them to continue to provide 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.
“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 they 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.
They deliver quality, perseverance, innovation, enthusiasm, and extreme client value at every step. For more information please visit www.theengineeringcorp.com or call 603-601-8154.
Pictured at the ribbon cutting are (from left): Paul Lepere, Board Chairman, and Pat Morgenstern, both representing the Chamber; Kevin R. Dandrade, PE, PTOE, Principal/Senior Project Manager; Catherine M. Christy, Principal/Accounting Administrator; Richard J. Friberg, PE, LEED AP Civil Engineer-Office Manager; Rebecca L. DiZoglio, Office Administrator; Jody P. Trunfio, PE Principal/Senior Project Manager, all representing TEC, Inc.; and Maureen Ayles, Office Manager, Hampton Beach Casino, Inc.