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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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Throughout May, Tarrant Regional Water District hosted events in conjunction with the opening of Twin Points Park at Eagle Mountain Lake

Freese and Nichols employees took time to attend the Hal S. Sparks Park Center Dedication on Saturday, May 14. Event speakers included Vic Henderson, TRWD Board of Directors President; Alan Thomas, TRWD Deputy General Manager;...

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Kim Dresdner and Wendy Shabay, Urban Planning and Design, Fort Worth, attended the first annual Putt-Putt for Planning Scholarship Fundraiser earlier this year. The event, organized by the Midwest Section of the American Planning Association Texas Chapter, funds scholarships for students pursuing planning degrees. Freese and Nichols was a tent sponsor for the event. 


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Freese and Nichols is pleased to announce that Wayne Hartt, P.E., has joined our Frisco office to lead transportation efforts in Collin County and the surrounding area. Hartt joins our expanding team of more than 60 dedicated transportation professionals across Texas whose expertise in managing large infrastructure projects is paving the way for tomorrow’s growth.

“As our robust economy keeps attracting people to Texas, there is an even greater need for the...

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Alex Garcia and John Dewar​, Transportation, Fort Worth, hosted a tour and presentation about the Panther Island Bridges in April for the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers University of Texas at Arlington.

This project will fundamentally change the City of Fort Worth by rerouting the Trinity River and virtually doubling the size of Downtown Fort Worth. A new river bypass channel, linking two portions of the river, will allow floods to pass better through...

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Congratulations to Allen McRee​, Program Management, DFW Airport, who became a Certified Construction Manager (CCM). Allen passed a five-hour exam to receive the certification, which is issued by the Construction Management Association of America. Freese and Nichols now has 14 CCMs.​​​

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