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Newly published rainfall data could have significant effects for dam owners in Texas, including cities, counties, water districts and river authorities.

In January, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) released a new probable maximum precipitation (PMP) study for the entire state, plus adjacent regions that drain into Texas. This study updated the raw precipitation data on which dam analyses and studies are based. View the final...

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Newly published rainfall data could have significant effects for dam owners in Texas, including cities, counties, water districts and river authorities.

In January, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) released a new probable maximum precipitation (PMP) study for the entire state, plus adjacent regions that drain into Texas. This study updated the raw precipitation data on which dam analyses and studies are based. View the final...

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Tricia Hatley, Oklahoma Division Manager and President of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Education Foundation shares what communication, ethical responsibility and leadership mean to her in NSPE's Magazine. Read the ...

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In light of recent flooding incidents at dams across the country, dam safety is now on the minds of many Americans. Many dam owners are receiving questions from constituents wondering about their nearby dams.

If your organization owns a dam, here are three questions you should be ready to answer:

  1. Is our dam safe?
  2. If a flood happened here, would our dam withstand it?
  3. What would we do if our dam had an emergency?

If you don’t know the answers, we can help. Here are the best practices we recommend:

  1. Have your dam regularly inspected
  2. ...

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In light of recent flooding incidents at dams across the country, dam safety is now on the minds of many Americans. Many dam owners are receiving questions from constituents wondering about their nearby dams.

If your organization owns a dam, here are three questions you should be ready to answer:

  1. Is our dam safe?
  2. If a flood happened here, would our dam withstand it?
  3. What would we do if our dam had an emergency?

If you don’t know the answers, we can help. Here are the best practices we recommend:

  1. Have your dam regularly inspected
  2. ...

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Award-winning landscape architects David Retzsch, RLA, and Shane Friese, RLA, have joined Freese and Nichols' urban design team. David and Shane, who are based in Dallas, will strengthen our team’s capabilities in urban design, parks and trails, streetscapes, downtown revitalization and other services. We now have eight landscape architects serving cities and counties throughout Texas, Oklahoma, North Carolina and Georgia.

“Shane and David’s combined experience in landscape architecture is a tremendous asset to Freese and Nichols,” said Brian Coltharp, P.E., President and CEO of...

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Somnath Chilukuri, P.E., has joined Freese and Nichols as a senior project manager for our Southeast Texas Treatment, Transmission and Utilities Group. Based in Pearland, Somnath will expand our ability to serve municipalities throughout the region with a wide range of water and wastewater infrastructure services.

“As Southeast Texas continues experiencing rapid growth, more cities are seeking cost-effective solutions for expanding their water and...

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We are pleased to announce that Kelly Dillard was selected as Engineer of the Year by the Fort Worth Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE). Kelly Dillard, P.E., CFM, ENV SP, is a firm Principal and Practice Leader of the Stormwater Management Group. She also leads the Freese and Nichols Sustainability Committee. Kelly was nominated...

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