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In September, Freese and Nichols’ North Texas Transportation and Transportation Planning teams transformed an on-street parking spot into an active tiny park in Downtown Dallas. As part of the annual PARK(ing) Day event, Freese and Nichols joined other local businesses, organizations, and individuals in promoting the active use of public spaces. The national event promotes social interaction, civic engagement, critical thinking, and creativity by permitting on-street...

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The Center of Excellence for Energy Technology (CEET) on Tarrant County College’s South Campus has earned LEED® Platinum certification from the U.S Green Building Council, the organization's highest rating for environmental sustainability and a first for Freese and Nichols. CEET is one of only two non-residential structures in Tarrant County to receive this distinction and one of six higher education structures in Texas.

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Join the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and Freese and Nichols on November 16, 2016 for "The Reality of Earthquakes: What You Need to Know For Municipal Infrastructure."

While the 5.8-magnitude earthquake which occurred on September 3rd was dubbed the largest in Oklahoma’s history, the continued rumblings of induced earthquakes have certainly grabbed our attention. Earthquakes can have serious effects on municipal infrastructure and it is important that we are prepared to face and address those effects.

Join us to hear state officials and industry professionals discuss...

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Two Freese and Nichols projects have been named to ENR Texas & Louisiana's 2016 Best Projects. The Center for Excellence in Energy Technology at Tarrant County College was named the region's Top Green Project, and Moody Bridge on the University of...

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is offering five programs, together forming the Local Park Grant Program, to assist local units of government (cities, counties, river authorities, municipal utility districts and other special districts) with the acquisition and/or development of public recreation areas and facilities. The Program provides 50 percent matching grants on a reimbursement basis to eligible applicants.

Applications are due October 1 and can be...

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Earlier this year, the University of Texas at Austin opened a signature pedestrian bridge that is the first of its kind in the United States. The bridge links the three buildings of the Moody College of Communication complex across a busy city street and serves as a gateway to the campus. Freese and Nichols provided structural engineering and construction management as a sub-consultant to bridge architect Rosales + Partners of Boston, MA. ...

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The American Public Works Association North Carolina Chapter (APWA-NC) features Freese and Nichols in its summer newsletter.

An article by Division Manager Mike Wayts and Account Director Charles Archer discusses how cities can achieve public support for bond programs and how they can manage those programs' workload. The article highlights the...

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Freese and Nichols is pleased to announce that Robert Sutton, P.E., has joined our Southeast Texas transportation team as a senior project manager in the Pearland office. Robert’s expertise in transportation planning and engineering will support projects with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), municipalities and counties.

“Freese and Nichols’ transportation partners have a wide range of needs, from major infrastructure projects to...

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