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Hoskins and Cecil to Speak at ASCE Texas Webinar, July 12

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 pipeline, two 46 MGD pump stations, and a two cell sedimentation basin. The presentation will focus largely on a case-study of the trenchless installation method design process, construction of large diameter HDDs, and lessons learned throughout the life of this project.

To register, visit the ASCE Texas website

About the Presenters

Anne Hoskins, P.E.
Anne Hoskins is an Associate and Water/Wastewater Utility Project Engineer in Freese and Nichols’ Austin office. Mrs. Hoskins has a strong background in design, easement and property acquisition, pipeline routing and design, and utility coordination. Additionally, Mrs. Hoskins has experience managing the construction support for water supply pipeline projects. Mrs. Hoskins received a B.S. in Architectural Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Stephanie Cecil, P.E.
Stephanie Cecil is a Project Engineer in Freese and Nichols’ Central Region Treatment, Transmission and Utilities group. Mrs. Cecil has provided hydraulic design for large-diameter transmission lines, pump stations, lift stations and utility projects. Mrs. Cecil is also experienced in condition assessment, pump station and raw water intake design, pipeline route analysis and utility conflict identification. Mrs. Cecil received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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