Author: Crista Reed

Jason Currie

Modeling Platforms for Regulatory Flood Risk Data Development, Part I: 2D vs. 1D

2D rain-on-grid modeling methodology allows modelers to conduct large-scale watershed-based analyses not previously possible, as studied for the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.

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Three FNI Team Members Elected to School Boards

Many public school districts in Texas recently held elections, and three Freese and Nichols team members were elected to board […]

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City of Celina Earns iSWM Gold

Freese and Nichols worked with the City of Celina to help it earn the highest level of certification currently awarded by the NCTCOG.

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Austin Creek Cleanup

Anyone need a flip flop, car bumper, or a purse? These are just a few things pulled out of the […]

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Freese and Nichols Opens New Headquarters in Downtown Fort Worth

Freese and Nichols, Inc., has completed its move to Burnett Plaza in downtown Fort Worth, relocating 300 of the firm’s […]

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Matt Giglio Named TSPE Fort Worth Young Engineer of the Year

Congratulations to Matt Giglio, Stormwater Engineering, Fort Worth, who has been named 2021 Young Engineer of the Year by the Fort […]

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236 MGD in 3-D: Pump Station Innovations at Bois d’Arc Lake

Using 3-D modeling, visualization software and other innovative tools, Freese and Nichols’ design will provide redundancy, reduce power system losses and directly reduce the costs for conveying water.

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Freese and Nichols Hires Jennifer Miller, Strengthening Stormwater Expertise in Georgia

Jennifer brings extensive water quality, planning, permitting and policy capabilities to our national stormwater practice.

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Freese and Nichols Names Payne and Hatley as New Executive Vice Presidents

Freese and Nichols, Inc., has promoted Jeff Payne, PE, and Tricia Hatley, PE, two longtime managers with nationally recognized leadership experience, to Executive Vice President posts as the company prepares for succession […]

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Freese and Nichols Moves to Larger OKC Office, Growing Local Presence

Freese and Nichols is expanding its presence in the Oklahoma City area. To accommodate our growing team, our office has […]

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Award-Winning Urban Infill Project Makes Most of Limited Space

The high-profile Colleyville Plaza, which was honored by APA Texas, incorporated historic and sustainable design elements while working within a budget that had been set 11 years earlier.

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Ed Dickson
Morgan McIlwain

Forward-Thinking Watershed Master Plan Makes Fayetteville a Leader in Flood Resilience

The project, which saves taxpayer dollars and lays a strong foundation for economic development, was recognized with one of four top honors from ACEC North Carolina.

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