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A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 20 marked completion of Bee Cave Parkway and the culmination of more than a decade of work for Freese and Nichols.

About Bee Cave Parkway

Bee Cave Parkway is a new four-lane thoroughfare in Bee Cave, west of Austin, that relieves congestion on two highways and provides access to a park, a music venue and future residential developments. The project began in...

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Don't forget to register for "Low Impact Development (LID) in Houston", a workshop offered by the Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters (SSPEED) Center at Rice University. This one-day event on Feb. 26 will cover the theory and practice of LID for Houston and will host a distinguished group of speakers that includes academia. The workshop flyer can be downloaded here.

This workshop is open to all engineers,...

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The Texas Legislature is back in session! You can find updates on proposed infrastructure bills and other legislative activity on a variety of websites, including:

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This article is an update regarding the July 9, 2012 post Harley Avenue Realignment .

Construction is nearly complete on the Harley Avenue Paving and Drainage Improvements ​in the Fort Worth Cultural District. The project is set to be open for traffic this week for the 2013 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Freese and Nichols designed the project along with subconsultant Dunaway Associates.

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Brief summary of court action

A U.S. District judge ruled on January 3 that the Clean Water Act does not allow the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to designate water as a water pollutant or a pollutant surrogate, and thus the amount of flow cannot be restricted by EPA for water quality protection purposes. EPA had implemented flow volume controls as a proxy to reduce sediment issues in an impaired tributary of the...

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Congratulations to Katie Hogan, Justin Oswald, Jill Trevino, and Chris Wilde, who are now Professional Engineers. Hogan, Oswald, and Trevino passed the eight-hour exam administered in October by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers , and Wilde passed the exam in April.

Katie Hogan is a Stormwater Engineer in the Dallas office. Katie’s experience includes capital improvement plans for various cities, 2D modeling using XP-SWMM, and advanced hydraulic modeling using unsteady HEC-RAS....

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The Texas Water Development Board’s Flood Protection Planning grant is soliciting applications for watershed studies. Applications are due by noon on January 23, 2013. Freese and Nichols is available to assist clients in preparing and submitting applications for this grant. Please contact Jill Trevino with any questions you might have regarding this grant opportunity.

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Congratulations to Jon Bunner​, who is now a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM). Last month, he passed the CFM exam, which is administered by the Texas Floodplain Management Association​ .

Jon is a Stormwater Engineer in the Dallas office.

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