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Join Anne Hoskins, P.E., and Stephanie Cecil, P.E., both in the Freese and Nichols Treatment, Transmission and Utilities group in Austin, as they present the ASCE Texas webinar “Corpus Christi's Mary Rhodes Phase 2 Pipeline,” Tuesday, July 12 at noon.

Discover the unique challenges of large-diameter Horizontal Direction Drilling (HDD) with this presentation about the City of Corpus Christi’s Mary Rhodes Phase 2 Pipeline. This project includes over 41 miles of 54-inch raw water...

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Cris Weber and Tony Risko, Austin, Coastal Services, have helped launch the first Texas-based chapter of the Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI). The chapter is based in Houston and will become the catalyst for development of a comprehensive Texas Chapter.

Created in 2000, COPRI is an institute of the ...

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Freese and Nichols University is pleased to offer a free Surge Modeling seminar on Friday, July 1 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Fort Worth.

During this seminar, participants will learn about surge modeling in order to ensure proper system functionality. They will also hear about lessons learned and ways to prevent accidents, as well as view a live demonstration.


  • Surge theory and equations
  • Surge related accidents in the industry
  • ...

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Freese and Nichols is attending the American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition, taking place June 20-22 in Chicago. We hope to see you there and that you can catch us at our presentations:

Monday, June 20, 2016
2:00 – 5:00 p.m. Cloud Nine: Developing an Entirely Cloud-Based GIS, Asset Management, and Work Order System 
Corrie Bondar and Mark Valentino, both Freese and Nichols
PST01 Management,...

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Two Freese and Nichols projects have received the 2016 Texas Environmental Excellence Award from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. At a banquet May 4 in Austin, awards were presented to the City of Fort Worth Water Department for the ICAP program in the Operations category, and to the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and...

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Freese and Nichols joins several national organizations today to commemorate the significant role dams play in American life. There are over 87,000 dams in the U.S., which provide nearly half of the nation's clean, renewable electricity as well as water supply, recreation, and agriculture and industrial support.

A ...

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The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) announced Jeff Walker as its new executive administrator.

From the article: "Walker currently serves as the deputy executive administrator of Water Supply and Infrastructure. His areas of responsibility include state water planning, project development, financial assistance, project funds disbursement, water use and population projections, and facility needs assessment.

He has served in various positions at the...

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Municipal Water Leader magazineMunicipal Water Leader magazine interviewed three Freese and Nichols leaders for a feature called "Leading Freese and Nichols into the Future" in their...

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