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Jim NicholsWe are saddened to inform you of the passing of Jim Nichols, our longtime leader, colleague and friend. Throughout his 66 years at Freese and Nichols, Jim was a model of devotion to his family, to our company, and to the people of Texas.

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Last year marked the 11th year of our Community Involvement program. The volunteer hour goal for 2015 was 100 or more hours of community service. Here are some service highlights from this past year:

  • 37 employees met the 100-hour goal or exceeded it.
  • We devoted 8,228 hours to community service.
  • We served 210 organizations.

Employees who served 100 hours or more in 2015 will be recognized at the Annual Dinner, and Freese and Nichols will donate $121 to the charitable organization of each employee’s...

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Congratulations to Cameron Lawrence, Transmission and Utilities, Dallas; Jared Barber, Transmission and Utilities, Pearland; Mackenzie Blum, North Carolina Engineering, Raleigh and Sidney Green, Transportation, Fort Worth who passed the ISI Envision exam to become certified as a Sustainability Professional by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure. All four are now trained to use the Envision rating system to address sustainability in design, construction and operation of an infrastructure project....

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Volunteers from the Austin Office participated in their annual holiday volunteer event of helping out with 'sorting week' at Coats for Kids. Our group organized thousands of coats that were donated as part of the coat drive. On Saturday, December 12, over 30,000 Central Texas children had the opportunity to find just the right warm winter coat! 

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Congratulations to Heather Keister​, Stormwater, Lubbock, who graduated from Leadership Lubbock on Tuesday, December 15.  

Heather participated in monthly classes focused on developing leadership skills and providing knowledge about Lubbock.

According to Heather, Leadership Lubbock was a great program for leadership development training, exposing her to the many aspects of the Lubbock community that she might not see otherwise, and for allowing her to help community leaders learn...

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Staci Hill, Building Services, Fort Worth, was featured in In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association’s (IPMA) Member Spotlight. In the article, Staci discusses her involvement in the printing industry, her professional accomplishments and more.

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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...

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Congratulations to Amanda Powers, Dallas; David Bennett, San Antonio and Michael McBee, Fort Worth, Transmission and Utilities, who passed the ISI Envision exam to become certified as a Sustainability Professional by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure. These three are now trained to use the Envision rating system to address sustainability in design, construction and operation of an infrastructure project.

Freese and Nichols now has 31 employees with the ENV SP certification.

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