Author: Dan Purschwitz

Signature Fort Worth Bridges Shine With RGB Lighting System

The three signature bridges for the Trinity River Vision Panther Island project near downtown Fort Worth feature RGB LED lighting […]

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Will McDonald, 1952-2021

Will McDonald, a longtime Principal and Account Director, died unexpectedly Dec. 29. During his 23-year Freese and Nichols career, Will built a well-deserved reputation across Texas as a champion of client service.

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Brian Coltharp Named 2021-22 Campaign Chair for United Way of Tarrant County

He has served on the board of United Way of Tarrant County since 2018, continuing a company partnership that has lasted since the 1970s.

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Travis Kelly
Mark Evans

Resources for the $1.2 Trillion U.S. Infrastructure Bill

Our government affairs and funding specialists provide a breakdown of the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, at both the national and state levels, as well as the expected next steps.

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Signature Bridges Open for Fort Worth’s Panther Island

The three bridges, whose innovative design features a thin concrete superstructure supported by dramatic V-piers, that will serve as landmarks for the new Panther Island riverfront.

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WEF Wastewater Manual, Edited by Freese and Nichols, is Published

This authoritative resource covers best practices for operating a wide range of conveyance facilities — including gravity sewers, lift stations, force mains, and more — as well as the financial, safety, personnel and customer relations aspects of managing a wastewater system. 

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David Buzan

New Mussels Protections Could Impact Infrastructure Projects Across Texas

The proposed critical habitat covers 1,944 river miles in the Trinity, Brazos, Colorado and Guadalupe river basins, and any projects that physically impact stream bottoms may receive increased regulatory attention.

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Freese and Nichols Ranks No. 1 in Environmental and Geotechnical Market Sector

The regional editions of Engineering News Record (ENR) have released their annual rankings of design firms. ENR has Freese and Nichols ranked as No. […]

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Nina Reins

When Every Minute Counts: Continual Outreach and Coastal Modeling Support

When decisions about evacuations and allocations of emergency resources are at stake, it’s critical that the technology is based on up-to-date data.

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Nina Reins

When Every Minute Counts: Flood Inundation Modeling and Mapping

Our hydraulic and hydrologic modeling improved decision support, emergency response and post-disaster recovery through the Compound Flood Inundation Guidance System.

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Nina Reins

When Every Minute Counts: Decision Support for Compound Flooding

The guidance system is based on the distinctive aspects of a particular storm while it is forming, providing more accurate forecasts than probabilistic analyses of past storms.

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Nina Reins

When Every Minute Counts: Real-Time Forecasting During the Storm

Emergency management personnel can easily access forecasts with the Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment, a website with a user-friendly mapping interface.

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