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Earlier this year, Kristen Drake, W/WW Master Planning, Houston, and Emily Smith, Marketing, Houston, participated in the Alzheimer’s Association Blondes vs. Brunettes (BvB) Powder Puff Football Championship. Read Emily’s coverage of the championship game below. Photos courtesy of Quy Tran Photography.

On Saturday, April 30th, Kristen Drake and Emily Smith...

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In Austin, Freese and Nichols staff have rescued coffee grinds and fruit peelings for their home compost heaps for several years. Now, we have new community gardens at our Austin offices. With the help of property management, who shared large containers and space on the property, the Austin team has enlarged composting activities and promoted healthier lifestyles.

Environmental Scientist Patrick Garnett led the effort, and the office produces a steady supply of...

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Lizanne Douglas, Treatment, Transmission and Utilities, Houston helped fellow Texas American Water Works Association (TAWWA) members demonstrate the cost of water earlier this year. The activity was part of the 2016 City of Houston WaterWeek

During the four-day event, the Southeast Chapter of TAWWA sponsored a demonstration tent at the City’s...

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Spencer Schnier is an engineer in Freese and Nichols' Water Resource Planning group.

The month of May was National Bike Month, but just because it's now July doesn't mean we can't get out and support bicycling as viable, everyday transportation. For me, it's like any day and month because I commute 6 miles daily. I made the decision to live close enough to bike to work as I strive to leave a smaller...

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Earlier this year, our Frisco office employees volunteered their time to help set up for the Texas Big Star Marathon & 5K and to hand out snacks to runners crossing the finish line at Toyota Stadium. The event helped support the NTX Community Giving Foundation and the Tug McGraw Foundation

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In 2012 my family and I moved into a typical golf course community in Central Texas that was adorned with St. Augustine grass as far you could see. Although it looked nice, the environmentalist in me was almost embarrassed to be moving into an area where more water is spent on watering the lawns than in the individual homes. Central Texas was in the midst of a horrible drought so I couldn’t comprehend spending potable water on grass when our water supply reservoir had only a...

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Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County honored Freese and Nichols at a Volunteers Reception in April. Organizations and individuals who have volunteered for 10 or more years were recognized at the event. 

Freese and Nichols received special recognition for our 20th year of service. Chuck Easton, Water Resources Design; Amy Caster, Human Resources; and Christie Keeney, Marketing, Fort Worth, represented Freese and Nichols. Amy is the current Chairman of the Board of Meals on Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County. 

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A team of 27 employees, family and friends represented Freese and Nichols in the 20th annual Victory Over Violence 5k and 1k Walk/Run in Fort Worth's Trinity Park on Saturday, April 9. Freese and Nichols is a Red Ribbon sponsor of the event, which benefits anti-violence programs of The Women's Center of Tarrant County.

Alongside our race participants were our event volunteers, including Kendall King, Division Manager, Fort Worth and his son Nick; Aaron Fricke, Energy, Fort Worth; Mark McCoy, Energy, Fort Worth; April...

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