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Freese and Nichols Offers New Course, “LID and Green Infrastructure: Basics to Applied Design”

Freese and Nichols introduced a new course at the Dallas Office Open House on Thursday, January 23, 2014. The course, titled “LID and Green Infrastructure: Basics to Applied Design,” covered low impact development (LID), green infrastructure, sustainable development, iSWMTM concepts, and other stormwater management and progressive infrastructure design strategies. The class looked closely at three applications of these key strategies, particularly related to shared transportation and stormwater projects. These applications included:

  • Bioretention
    • Presented by Lesley Brooks, P.E., CFM, and Kevin Johnson, P.E.
  • Natural Channel Design
    • Presented by Spencer Maxwell, P.E., PTOE, ENV SP, and Jill Trevino, P.E., CFM
  • Crib Walls
    • Presented by Stephanie Coffman, G.I.T. and Chris Poteet, LEEDAP

    The course was followed by the open house and ribbon-cutting.

    If you are interested in attending a course on some or all of these topics, please contact Jill Trevino at 817-735-7227 or

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