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Freese and Nichols is proud to be a Conference Corporate Sponsor for the 2016 annual conference of the North Carolina American Water Works Association and North Carolina Water Environment Association (NC AWWA-WEA) in Raleigh. We hope to see you at our presentations.  

Monday, Nov. 14

12:10 - 12:40 p.m. — Wastewater track
Fast-Tracked Design for Interim Aeration Basin at the Morganton Water Pollution Control Facility | Robert...

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The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority announced it is now accepting pre-applications for the State Revolving Fund project solicitation process. Both the Clean Water State Revolving Fund and the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund provide low-interest financing for publicly-owned water and wastewater projects.

Eligible projects submitted through the pre-application process will be...

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The American Public Works Association presented the Public Works Project of the Year award to Jeff Payne for the Texoma-to-Wylie WTP Pipeline Extension. Jeff, who was project manager for the emergency pipeline, represented Freese and Nichols at the national awards ceremony in Minneapolis earlier this year. The project was recognized in the category of Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair greater than $75 million. Jeff was joined by David Burkhart of Garney Construction, project...

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David Sloan, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Fort Worth, was selected by WateReuse Texas as a recipient of the 2016 Ed Archuleta Award.

The award recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions in the field of water reuse within the State of Texas through the significant advancement of reuse, and who have demonstrated leadership in the reuse field. David received the award at the...

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By David Jackson, Freese and Nichols Vice President/Principal and President of the Water Environment Association of Texas, and Julie Nahrgang, Executive Director of the Water Environment Association of Texas

These days, the need for safe, clean water seems to always be a news topic. At home in Texas, we have...

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The Division of Water Infrastructure in the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality recently announced available funding for fall 2016. The Division is offering application training sessions in cities across North Carolina during the weeks of weeks of August 1 and August 8.

All funding applications are due to the division no later than Sept. 30, 2016, and the categories include the following:

  • Connect NC Bonds: The Connect NC Bond Bill (SL 2015-280) provides for a
  • ...

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Freese and Nichols is pleased to announce that Mark Graves, P.E., a nationally recognized expert in membrane technology, is joining our water treatment and reuse team as a senior project manager in the Austin office. In this role, Mark will lead the development and execution of water treatment and reuse projects across Central Texas. Mark will also contribute as a senior advisor and technical expert to projects companywide.

“Austin and its...

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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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