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Employees and their families have enjoyed the use of our company cabins for more than 60 years.

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Employees often coordinate their own volunteer days in their free time. Dallas staff helped frame a new house for Habitat for Humanity on Valentine’s Day.  

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Our San Antonio office showed their appreciation for their clients during National Public Works Week.

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Freese and Nichols has always supported our veterans, offering military leave, sending care packages and welcoming them home.

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Our Raleigh office at a quarterly fun day at the Durham Bulls baseball game, helping staff in the growing office get to know one another.

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Employee perks include fresh fruit on Tuesdays, and smoothie and parfait days with fresh, healthy ingredients.

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Our Southeast Division competed against 60 firms in the American Institute of Architects Sandcastle Competition, winning Public Favorite for the second time in four years.

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Employees participate in and volunteer for many races year after year, including The Women’s Center Victory Over Violence event in Fort Worth.

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Staff in our Corpus Christi office have built ramps for families for more than five years in partnership with a local non-profit.

Culture

A Culture of Community

We are a firm built on a foundation of innovators and supporters of our professions and communities. Learn more about the areas of Corporate Responsibility that we make a priority:

Freese and Nichols believes that wellness is essential in many areas of life – physical, relational, emotional and more. We provide opportunities to help employees remain healthy or improve their health and offer parfait and smoothie mornings, fruit days and other nutritional events.

Freese and Nichols has pushed the boundaries of sustainability in many areas for decades. From our participation in national green programs to our initiatives in good stewardship of resources, our employees work hard to offer sustainable solutions for our clients’ project and program needs. 

Freese and Nichols supports and encourages our employees’ involvement in community organizations, and encourages employees to log their community service hours, a tradition that began the year we celebrated our 110th anniversary.

With employees serving on local, state and national boards and committees for professional organizations across the country, professional service is rooted deep in our company culture. Freese and Nichols University, our education and training program for employees, clients and the public, continues our founder John Hawley’s emphasis on education as a life-long process.

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