News : TVC Systems: Doing essential 'down and dirty' work
From the Portsmouth Herald
By Michael McCord
PORTSMOUTH — For the folks at TVC Systems, glamour is a relative concept.
"We do the down and dirty work," said Linda Tyring, TVC president. "It's not glamorous." On the other hand, the company's "down and dirty" control and information integration system projects are crucial for a globally diverse client base focused on saving money and energy.
Located on Constitution Avenue in the old Portsmouth Industrial Park, TVC is, more often than not, the quiet subcontractor in control system projects large and small, local and global — from a solar power system in a remote area of Africa to an international airport in Connecticut, from a factory in Ireland to being a vital partner in the sustainability program for the University of New Hampshire.
Founded in 1966 by Nels Tyring, Linda Tyring's father, TVC has combined business savvy, lean thinking and continual innovations to stand out in its field, Tyring said. The company's seven employees all have more than 10 years of experience (and more than half have 20 years of experience) while developing an impressive resume and a wide range of industry partnerships.