The Vermont Corporate Cup Challenge and State Agency Race is a 5 kilometer team running/ walking event open to businesses, government and non-profit organizations in Vermont. The proceeds from this event benefit the many programs and events of the Vermont Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. This year, five teams of 3 from TCE competed in the Corporate Cup event in… Read More
Wellness isn’t just about staying active, it’s mental and physical well-being, eating a healthy, well-balanced diet and creating connections with your community. Employees at TCE-Trudell Consulting Engineers in Blair Park are taking more steps toward workplace wellness in their community by planting a company garden this year. TCE instituted a company wellness program, Well @ Work, in January 2012. The… Read More
According to Mark Redmond, Executive Director of Spectrum, “last night, 90 community and business leaders braved the cold and rain to sleep outside overnight. The temperatures hovered above freezing, and a few times it rained. It was cold and uncomfortable. But there was tremendous energy and excitement out there. …we raised $150,179 — and the donations are still coming in…. Read More
Karen Pettersen announced she will be retiring after more than 24 years here at TCE as a Landscape Architect. She started at TCE on 2/27/1989. Everyone at TCE wishs Karen all the best in her retirement and she has been a tremendous asset to the firm over the years. Her style, class, and attention to detail are second to none. We will miss her and… Read More
TCE has always embraced continuing education and encouraged our staff to improve their technical expertise and knowledge base throughout their career. To further the mission, we have established TCE University. TCE U. or TCE University is established to disseminate skills to all TCE employees interested in broadening their horizons. Engineering is a field of constant innovation, and TCE U will… Read More
The Surveying department recently completed a 162 acre boundary retracement survey in Huntington VT. Some of the parcels boundary lines were established back in 1763 when the town (of then) New Huntington was chartered and divided into 100 acre lots. The mountainous terrain and historic lot lines made this boundary survey especially challenging. Exactly the type of job we like!
It’s that time of year again, stormwater inspections are just over the horizon, if you have a project that needs an inspection do not hesitate to contact us. We have well trained employees who will walk you through yourstormwater inspection.
Andrew Mills recently went on a research trip to Colorado to visit other ski resorts and observe how other resorts have been designed. He will use the knowledge obtained while working on various Jay Peak projects.
Got Goals? Ahhh January, the month for resolutions, the month for personal goal setting. Keeping with the tradition and momentum that comes with it, TCE’s wellness program dubbed January the month to proclaim a personal wellness goal. Declare we did, and now we got goals…BIG goals, healthy, fantastic, work for it, train for it, and then do it, GOALS. … Read More
TCE implemented a wellness program in 2011 and sought the 2012 Governor’s Worksite Wellness Award. I am pleased to announce in our first year we received a Bronze Level Award. This is the highest award level for TCE based on the size of our company, our first year entering the competition, and other factors. We will be shooting for Silver… Read More
Our Senior Engineer, Bernie Gagnon, will be going to Washington, D.C. as the VT ASCE representative on March 19th. Bernie will be hobnobbing with other engineers from around the country and visiting with congressional representatives.
TCE is pleased to announce that Ryan Foss has accepted a full time position at TCE as a staff engineer and will be starting on or around the 1st week of May after he graduates from VTC with a BS in Sustainable Design. Ryan received his AS in civil and environmental engineering from VTC in 2011. Ryan worked as an… Read More
TCE is pleased to announce that TCE has hired Bernard T. Gagnon, P.E. as a Senior Engineer / Project Manager. Bernie has over 32 years of experience including: site & infrastructure design, innovative environmental remediation, project and office management, contracts and specifications, public works, and construction oversight for both the public and private sectors. He is a past president of VT… Read More
TCE is pleased to announce Justin Jannone, EIT has started working at TCE as a Staff Engineer. He is a 2011 UVM graduate with a BS in Civil Engineering and has been working in Boston for the past 1 ½ years doing some interesting work in the entertainment business as well as some work for Spartan Races. http://www.spartanrace.com/ Justin will be working on a variety of… Read More
TCE is pleased to announce that Ben Oxender has joined the firm as a Landscape Architect. Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Ben and his wife, Monique, have recently relocated to Vermont where they reside in St. George. Ben will be doing site planning, landscape design, permitting, and construction observation on a variety of site / civil / landscape projects.
Jeremy Matosky is featured in this month’s Profile Magazine. Check out the article here… http://profilemagazine.com/2012/trudell-consulting-engineers/ Profile magazine is a print and digital publication that identifies and promotes innovation in prominent American industries. The magazine strives to give readers an insightful glimpse into an ever-changing business landscape through eclectic coverage and relevant dialogue.
This past weekend Nate Howells finished his last hike to earn him entry into the EXCLUSIVE “ NE 67 “ club. That’s New England & 67 peaks in excess of 4000 ft elevation. THERE ARE ONLY 2500 REGISTERED MEMBERS to have completed the NE67 and our very own OriginNate is one of them! Very impressive accomplishment and an elite membership he should be… Read More
TCE is proud to be part of the Jay Peak design team and working with Jay Peak Resort, Bill Stenger and his partners to bring more jobs to the Northeast Kingdom. See the latest news here: http://www.wcax.com/story/19655163/developers-northeast-kingdom-project-could-create-10k-jobs