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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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Last month, employees across all our offices committed to growing out their moustaches in support of the Movember Foundation’s movement to promote and fund awareness and education about men's health issues. Freese and Nichols pledged to donate $1 to the Foundation for every picture of a mustachioed employee (real moustache, or not so real) uploaded to our internal Wellness page.

We are pleased to announce Freese and Nichols will be donating $100 to the Movember Foundation. Thank you to all our...

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Chief Financial Officer Cindy Milrany, Chief Human Resources Officer Ken Reeves  and Organizational Development Specialist Stephanie Buckingham presented to a global gathering of employee talent development professionals in Washington, D.C., in October, sharing FNI's experiences in Applying Continuous Improvement to Talent Development. The Freese and Nichols team shared insights, methods and experience at the Association for Talent Development (ATD)'s Learn from the BEST...

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The staff of the Women's Center of Tarrant County joined Freese and Nichols and friends to honor Melody Allen, Senior Administrative Assistant, on Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Center. Melody, who has served as FNI's wish list coordinator for the Center since 2004, was lauded for 12 years of motivating donations of needed items, including school supplies, grooming items, teddy bears and clothing. Women's Center President Laura Hilgart and Development...

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Freese and Nichols’ LiveWell program helps employees live healthier, happier lives. Whether employees have specific goals or just want a positive lifestyle, our goal is to help them along the way. Each year, we provide expanded options and a variety of activities to fit each employee’s schedule and needs. Here are some wellness activities our offices have recently enjoyed.

Morgan McIlwain, Program Management, and Emily Darr, Engineer, both in Raleigh, joined the whitewater...

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Earlier this year, Rebecca Diviney, Transmission and Utilities, Denton, was a guest speaker at the Women 4 Science Technology Engineering and Math (W4STEM) summer camp held at Texas Women's University. The camp accepts 20 sixth- and seventh-grade female students currently residing in the Aubrey, Krum and Pilot Point school districts. Campers learn about forensic science, 3D printing and algebra. 

"I spoke to the young ladies about being a female engineer. It...

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Allison Blake and Erin Flanagan, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Dallas, presented at the Perot Museum's Kosmos Energy STEM Teacher Institute in June and July. The program, attended by K-12th-grade science teachers from North Texas, is designed to improve the quality of science instruction and increase student interest and engagement in STEM subjects.

This year’s program focused on chemistry. Allison and Erin discussed how they became engineers, working at Freese and Nichols, and how chemistry relates to their jobs and...

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Sabrina Joplin is an Environmental Scientist in Freese and Nichols' Austin office.

Striving to live sustainably is a daily challenge in this age of convenience. Luckily there are many small changes you can adopt in your daily life that make a huge dent in your individual carbon footprint. Changes on the individual or family scale do make a difference and add up, but as we all know, our actions can get us only so far, and there is a continual need to amplify our efforts by encouraging greater participation within our community.

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