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In an effort to engage people in their own backyards, Freese and Nichols is holding workshops about funding  projects with a focus on stormwater and flood mitigation.

Collaborating with the Texas Colorado River Floodplain Coalition and Texas Water Development Board, Freese and Nichols is sponsoring and presenting TWDB funding workshops titled “Digging Deeper into the...

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If you're in the wastewater business, regulators may analyze your system/plant performance — and you'll need to be ready. Freese and Nichols University will host the Skype Webinar “Ready for the Regulators?” 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.  Central on June 28. In this webinar, FNI’s legal and engineering experts will help you navigate the complex terrain of wastewater enforcement from both state and federal regulators.

We'll present recommendations so you can be ready when regulators knock on your door....

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Young Professionals (YPs) from the Freese and Nichols Pearland office participated in a Trash Bash at Terry Hershey Park and helped feed the local community at the Houston Food Bank.
Pictured from left are Carlos Gularte, Carrie French and Ishita Rahman.

Ishita Rahman, Water...

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From erosion assessments to full stream restoration, Freese and Nichols’ team of scientists, designers and engineers is here to serve you. We provide innovative solutions and outstanding service from offices in Georgia, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Texas. Our acquisition of Lotic Solutions in North Carolina has further expanded our presence throughout the Southeast.

Our regional presence provides an understanding of stormwater dynamics in the communities where we live and serve....

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The data, methods and factors for potential wetland impact modeling will be the focus of URISA Texas’ June talk.

Nate Herold, a physical scientist with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management in Charleston, S.C., will lead a webinar called “Modeling Potential Wetland Impacts Due to Sea Level Rise in NOAA's Sea Level Rise Viewer” at noon June 27.

Herold will give an overview of the NOAA's Sea Level Rise Viewer, where he...

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The data, methods and factors for potential wetland impact modeling will be the focus of URISA Texas’ June talk.

Nate Herold, a physical scientist with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management in Charleston, S.C., will lead a webinar called “Modeling Potential Wetland Impacts Due to Sea Level Rise in NOAA's Sea Level Rise Viewer” at noon June 27.

Herold will give an overview of the NOAA's Sea Level Rise Viewer, where he...

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Lamar University broke ground last month on a new Science and Technology Building with the help of Freese and Nichols. This new construction will be the first academic building built on campus in over 40 years. The local television station and newspaper were on site for the ground-breaking.

“This building is long overdue, and the [Texas State University] System is very happy to facilitate that,”...

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When a major storm hits your community, it’s only natural to wonder how it compares to a standard design storm. Was that a 100-year event (1% annual exceedance probability) or a 5-year (20% AEP)? Was it a 5-year event by peak intensity but a 100-year event by total volume? Answering these questions typically requires manual analysis of data from rain gauges or ground-truthed radar.

Freese and Nichols’ resiliency design and stormwater engineers have developed an automated GIS tool to answer these questions for communities across Texas. See below for a set of automatically-generated...

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