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The Corpus Christi office completed a project on schedule, under budget and received positive feedback, all on their own time. Employees volunteered on a rainy weekend to help their community, building a ramp for a couple who can no longer safely navigate their front porch steps.

Photo: Ben Juarez, Ernesto Garcia, Ron Guzman, Kyle Schmidt, Shane Torno and Brian Bresler with the homeowner

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Freese and Nichols' holiday elves gave back to their communities and showed a spirit of generosity this season. Fort Worth and Dallas office employees brought in hundreds of toys for their Salvation Army Angel Trees. These gifts went to children who ended up at a shelter on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day due to a fire, family circumstances or other emergency.

Fort Worth's Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Group provided clothes, gifts, gift cards, and stuffed stockings for a local family in need through the Women's Center of Tarrant County's Adopt-a-Family program. The group also went...

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Congratulations to our Fort Worth office's basketball team, that pulled off a series of upset victories and won a thrilling championship game in the Corporate Employees Recreation Association (CERA) Adult League last month.

Back: Matt Oliver, friend of Andrew Franko; Scott Vaughan, MEP; Jason Warehime, husband of Kat Ytem, Business Technology; Daniel Veach, Construction Services. Front: Michael Floyd, Oil and Gas; Raul Muñiz, Architecture; Andrew Franko, Water/Wastewater Master Planning; Scott Nevotti, Construction Services; Todd Buckingham, Transportation; and Hyunsik...

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Thanks to the generosity of our employees, we raised $188,873 for our 2014 United Way campaign, more than ever! That includes employees' contributions, the 100 percent company match, principals' contributions, and proceeds from fundraising activities. It's also $25,000 more than our total in 2013.

Employees designated more than 35 different community organizations, including the general United Way county funds, to receive their contributions.

Below: Richardson office employees compete in a lunch hour Guitar Hero competition to raise money for the United Way campaign. This...

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Many Freese and Nichols leaders attended the 2014 Wine Women and Shoes event on Oct. 16 to benefit Tarrant County's Communities in Schools. Bob Pence, Cindy Milrany, Tricia Hatley, Kelly Dillard and Gina Smith attended and invited clients to the event at Ridglea Country Club.

The event pairs wine tasting, auctions, boutique shopping and a fashion show to raise money for the charity. Bob Pence is on the Advisory Committee and has served as a Sole Man since the first event in 2012, showcasing some of the designs offered for...

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We are celebrating 120 years of Corporate Responsibility this year. At Freese and Nichols, Corporate Responsibility encompasses wellness, community service, sustainability and professional development. Our founders and our senior leadership have led the way and set the example by supporting their communities and encouraging Freese and Nichols employees to do their part.

“From my early days at Freese and Nichols it’s always been kind of a level of expectation that you’re giving back to the communities,” CFO Cindy Milrany says. “There’s really no question that that isn’t a part of who...

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Several employees in our Central Region offices are participating in the Movember Foundation fundraiser with the goal of raising money for men’s health issues and awareness. As part of Movember, participants grow out their mustaches as conversation starters for conversations about men’s health and put on events to raise money for the organization. 

Participating members in the Central Region include Allen Bowles,...

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On Thursday, Oct. 30, through the efforts of Mark Lane, Oil and Natural Gas Engineering, Richardson, Freese and Nichols donated four personal computers to Computers for the Blind.

Computers for the Blind receives donations of usable computers from companies and individuals, wipes the hard drives, rebuilds the hardware and uploads software for blind recipients. The organization aims to give recipients a more...

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