Our Commitment to Complete Streets

Freese and Nichols has been recognized for continued commitment to the National Complete Streets Coalition as a Bronze Partner.

Freese and Nichols has been a longtime sponsor of the Coalition, which works to have all users — including bicyclists, pedestrians and public transportation vehicles and riders —accommodated in infrastructure policies. 

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What Does FNI Water™ Mean for Water Resources Planning?

As part of our efforts to convey the focus of our FNI Water™ initiative, we will address each of the key areas in a series of articles. We will discuss how, together, they provide a comprehensive, environmentally-responsible approach to water supply projects through implementation of best practices through every step, from planning to operations. This week, we are highlighting water resources planning.

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Freese and Nichols Transmission and Utilities Engineers – Arming Communities Against Continuing Drought

As part of our efforts to convey the focus of our FNI Water™ initiative, we will address each of the key areas in a series of articles. We will discuss how, together, they provide a comprehensive, environmentally-responsible approach to water supply projects through implementation of best practices through every step, from planning to operations. This week, we are highlighting transmission and utilities.

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CURRENT DROUGHT CONDITIONS in Texas and the United States

According to the United States Drought Monitor map for April 15, 2014, 82 percent of Texas is in some level of drought. Approximately 66 percent of Texas is in “Severe” or worse drought conditions, and 29 percent of Texas is in “Extreme” or “Exceptional Drought.” See more here or the first recommended link below. 

Tags Current Drought Conditions, Drought Index, Drought Maps, Drought Monitor, Drought Response, Drought Restrictions, Groundwater, Historical Data, reservoir levels, streamflow

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Upcoming Events

    • April 24, 2014
    • Condition Assessment, Asset Management and Water/Wastewater Master Planning
    • April 27, 2014
    • North Carolina Association of Floodplain Managers Annual Conference
    • May 13, 2014
    • North Carolina Rural Water Association Annual Conference & Exhibition
    • May 18, 2014
    • National Public Works Week

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Authors

  • Todd Buckingham
  • Anne Carrel
  • Rebecca Pittman
  • Erin Flanagan
  • Alex Garcia
  • Brett Bristow
  • Lissa Petry
  • Dan Sefko