Author: Freese and Nichols

Lee Freese Excellence in Mentoring Award: Robert Allen

Congratulations to Robert Allen, an Associate Construction Manager from Freese and Nichols’s North Texas area, for receiving the company’s Lee B. […]

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Todd Buckingham

OSU Features Partnership to Train Students on Sustainability

Our staff regularly serve as guest instructors to teach the basics of the Envision Rating System to design students at Oklahoma State University.

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Justin Oswald

Designing for Channels with Limited Space

Even when designing drainage improvements in a project with limited easement space, aesthetics remain important to a successful outcome. When […]

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Bois d’Arc Lake Plan and Zoning Honored by APA Texas

Thanks to an innovative partnership between Fannin County and the North Texas Municipal Water District, Bois d’Arc Lake is the first reservoir in Texas to have a comprehensive plan/zoning regulation in place before being filled.

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Veterans Day: Honoring Our Colleagues and All Who Have Served

Jeff Kirkwood took his skills as Freese and Nichols Safety Director overseas this year when he was sent to Afghanistan […]

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Featured Innovation: Forecasts for Water Along With the Weather

Amid 100-degree temperatures, Freese and Nichols employed a Daily Demand Model to help a water district be sure they could reliably provide for the peak demands of their 1.8 million customers.

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Growth in Denton Calls for Expanded Freese and Nichols Office

Freese and Nichols’ Denton team has recently moved to a larger office, strengthening our commitment to the City of Denton […]

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Leveraging Sustainability and Flexibility for a Truly Integrated Transportation Plan

The North Richland Hills Transportation Plan received the Gold Award in the Transportation Planning category from the APA Texas Chapter.

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Joint Venture Supports Multibillion-Dollar Coastal Protection Program

Freese and Nichols has joined with California-based GENTERRA Consultants to assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Sabine Pass to Galveston Bay Project designed to enhance hurricane […]

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Specialty Team Assists Corps of Engineers to Boost Hurricane Protection for Port Arthur and Refineries

Freese and Nichols is leading a joint venture with COWI and CDM Smith to assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ multibillion-dollar effort to improve hurricane flood […]

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Jason Cocklin

Radio Forum Examines Corpus Christi Desalination Project

A wide-ranging radio forum provided another opportunity to answer questions about Corpus Christi’s seawater desalination project designed to develop a crucial new water […]

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Nick Landes

Why Influent Monitoring Matters for Design and Operations

Presented at the GAWP Virtual Fall 2020 Conference Series. Raw wastewater influent is a critical factor governing the design and […]

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