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The Phyllis J. Tilley Memorial Pedestrian Bridge has received a Prize Bridge Award in the Special Purpose Category from the National Steel Bridge Alliance . The awards, which were presented March 27 at the World Steel Bridge Symposium in Toronto, honor steel bridges for innovation, aesthetics, design and engineering solutions.

This is the third national award and sixth total award for the bridge.

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Freese and Nichols planners and engineers joined City of Dallas officials and business leaders for the opening and naming of the Elm Fork Athletic Complex on Friday, March 28. The 160-acre complex, now known as MoneyGram Soccer Park, has 19 soccer fields and is operated by the FC Dallas soccer club. Preliminary round Dallas Cup games are being played there this week.

MoneyGram Soccer Park began as the closed Walnut...

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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is accepting funding applications for its HSIP program. This funding can be used to improve the safety of intersections on Texas roadways. All roadways having a crash history are eligible.

$155 million is available statewide. The local match is 10 percent. Freese and Nichols attended the TxDOT webinar on March 20 and is up-to-date on this grant opportunity.

The program deadline is April 17 but the Fort...

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Freese and Nichols welcomes Alan Hendrix, P.E., as manager of the Dallas team in our North Texas transportation group. In his 28 years with the City of Dallas Public Works and other organizations, Alan has demonstrated exceptional talent and produced an extraordinary record for directing and managing transportation projects and programs.

Noteworthy Achievements

As Assistant Director of Dallas Public Works, Alan managed engineering, construction, survey services and delivery of the street...

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Grapevine Dove Waterpark is featured in the February issue of World Waterpark Magazine. Freese and Nichols provided a portion of the drainage work and sidewalk installation for the project, which received the 2013 Recreation Facility Design Excellence Award at the Texas Recreation & Park Society (TRAPS) North Region conference in November.

The project expanded the pool from 160,000 to 224,000 gallons, updated landscaping and added water playground features, cabanas, facilities and...

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The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) anticipates opening the Call for Projects for its Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014.

The purpose of this program is to provide funding for bicycle and pedestrian projects (including Transportation Enhancements and Safe Routes to Schools). There is $27,830,000 available through the program (FY 2014 and 2015), with 34% for western sub-regions and 66% for eastern sub-regions. The deadline to submit to NCTCOG...

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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is seeking public input as it prepares its Texas Transportation Plan 2040. The survey can be accessed at .

Additional information can be found on TxDOT’s website at .

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Central Division employees took part in a ceremony in Fredericksburg on Monday, Jan. 27, to celebrate the reopening of the Austin Street Bridge. Freese and Nichols designed the two-span slab bridge to replace a one-lane bridge over Town Creek. The reopening was featured on the front page of the Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post : Austin Street Bridge Reopens to Public

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