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Join Freese and Nichols at the Texas Floodplain Management Association 2015 Fall Technical Summit.
We're proud to partner with TFMA as a Zone X Sponsor.

Here's a look at our presentations this week:

Thursday, Sept. 3

Track D - Flood Control Concepts and Ethics

D1 - A Race Against Time: An Emergency Bank Stabilization on Kee Branch
Scott Hubley, P.E., CFM, and David Coffman, P.G., CFM - Freese and Nichols; with Amy Cannon, P.E., CFM - City of Arlington | 2:00-2:30pm | View abstract

D3 - Assessing Internal Drainage and Pump Station Capacity for a Texas Coastal Levee System
Cory Stull, P.E., CFM, and Ashley Schneider, E.I.T., CFM - Freese and Nichols | 3:00-3:30pm | View abstract

Track E - Floodplain Mapping

E3 - Local Flood Inundation Mapping - Now What? Case Study of the MLK TOD Project Area - City of Austin
Glen Taffinder, P.E., CFM - City of Austin; with Kim Patak, P.E., CFM - Freese and Nichols | 3:00-3:30pm | View abstract

E4 - Change in Risk in a Fast Growing Area - A Case Study
Héctor Olmos, P.E., CFM, and Rolando Ayala, P.E., CFM - Freese and Nichols; with Shashi Kumar, P.E., CFM - City of Sugar Land | 4:00-4:30pm | View abstract

Track F - Floodplain Management Strategies

F4 - Emergency Preparedness as Mitigation
Rita Anderson - Freese and Nichols | 4:00-4:30pm | View abstract

Friday, Sept. 4

Closing Plenary Session - Review of the Memorial Day Weekend Flooding

Utilization of Flood Models to Assist Emergency Responders: Expanding the Situational Awareness of the Victoria Emergency Operation Center
John Johnston, P.E., CFM, Richard McBrayer, Chief Tanner Drake - City of Victoria; with Jill Trevino, P.E., CFM - on behalf of Freese and Nichols | 9:00-9:30am | View abstract

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