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Earlier this spring, employees from our Austin office participated in Clean Sweep, a citywide service day hosted by Keep Austin Beautiful. Chief Marketing Officer Mike Nichols; Will Huff, Stormwater; Tom Dixon and Patrick Garnett, Environmental Science; and Patrick's son, Tucker, donated their time to clean up Great Hills Park. This is the second year our Central Region has taken part in this event, and one of many creek cleanups in which they have participated. 


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Electrical Engineer Dan Koss showcased his creative talents, once again, at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History's museum's Mad Scientist Bash fundraiser on Friday, May 8 and iMake event on Saturday, March 28.

Mad Scientist Bash

This year, Dan said he wanted to push his polargraph, which he built out of...

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Almost 40 of our employees, family and friends participated in the 19th annual Victory Over Violence 5k and 1k Walk/Run in Fort Worth's Trinity Park on Saturday, April 12. Freese and Nichols is a Red Ribbon sponsor for the race, which benefits anti-violence programs of The Women's Center of Tarrant County.

Our fastest runners this year were:

  • Daniel Steinshouer, Construction Services, Fort Worth, placing second in his age division and 22nd overall
  • Andrew Boyle, Water/
  • ...

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We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Bob Nichols, our longtime leader, colleague and friend. Throughout his 67 years at Freese and Nichols, Bob was a model of devotion to his family, to our company, to the people of Texas and Missouri, and to the engineering profession.

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Our offices celebrated Earth Day by wearing green, getting outside, eating treats and using a little bit less resources.

Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas and San Antonio employees wore green shirts and enjoyed dirt cups with gummy worms. In addition to wearing green, some of the other offices did these activities:

  • Raleigh started reducing waste by using more dishes and less paper products.
  • Richardson walked to the recycling center with collected cans and made their own
  • ...

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As people across the globe join together to celebrate Earth Day, many minds often turn to how we can make a difference and make the world a better place to live. For Freese and Nichols, improving quality of life is a topic on our minds daily. While our projects and employees embrace sustainability in a variety of ways, through low-impact development, reuse, energy efficiency, and other means, we are linked by a single, uniting interpretation.

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Community Involvement Spotlight is a series on Freese and Nichols' dedication to community service, highlighting employees who donate time and money to organizations they're passionate about.

Juan Sierra, Texas A&M Hispanic NetworkJuan Sierra, Program Management, Dallas/Fort Worth, is one of our many employees who volunteered 100 or more hours last year. He...

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Tagsscholarships, Texas A&M Hispanic Network, community involvement, community service,

Our Houston and Pearland offices collected over 60 books to donate to the Rodeo ROPES (Reading Opens the Path to Education and Success) program, a partnership with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Trailblazer Committee, the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation and local non-profit Books Between Kids.

Eric Potts, Account Director, Pearland, has served on the rodeo's Board of Directors and as Chairman of the Steer Auction Committee for many years, and Dorothy Bergesen, Program Management, Houston, and Amanda Gandolfi, Administrative Assistant, Pearland, helped him spread the...

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