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UPDATE: Our Houston and Pearland offices will open at noon Thursday. Our office in Corpus Christi reopened Wednesday.

 

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Freese and Nichols has been named a Best Workplace for Millennials, according to the June issue of Fortune Magazine. 

The Great Place to Work Institute lists Freese and Nichols at No. 42 on a national list of 100. Our Great Place...

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Young Professionals (YPs) from the Freese and Nichols Pearland office participated in a Trash Bash at Terry Hershey Park and helped feed the local community at the Houston Food Bank.
Pictured from left are Carlos Gularte, Carrie French and Ishita Rahman.

Ishita Rahman, Water...

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The City of Austin’s Office of Sustainability recently recognized our Austin office as a platinum-level Austin Green Busines​s Leader (AGBL) — the program’s highest level. By the City’s definition, a green business operates in a way that protects the environment, enhances the community and maintains a healthy workplace.

After documenting the office’s green practices in...

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About 140 students were in attendance as Water and Wastewater Treatment Group Manager David Jackson  presented alongside John Bennett of Trinity River Authority (TRA) at Tarrant County College's STEM Lecture Series on Careers in Clean Water

David and John's presentation included career opportunities, engineering applications and facility operations of water resources recovery facilities. 

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Tricia Hatley, Oklahoma Division Manager and President of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Education Foundation shares what communication, ethical responsibility and leadership mean to her in NSPE's Magazine. Read the ...

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On Saturday, November 19, employees from our Fort Worth office volunteered for Trinity Habitat for Humanity (HFH) and and helped construct a local family’s first home. Amanda Johnson and Trang Nguyen, Cassie Seabourn, Nicholas McCormick, and Stephen Johnson were tasked with installing the siding around the house. 

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