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Thanks to generous donations from the Fort Worth office, Freese and Nichols' 15th Canstruction team was able to participate in the yearly build-out, attempting to construct a Texas-themed hot air balloon. The competition took place at the State Fair of Texas in the Science Building at Fair Park. The canned food used to build the entry was donated to the Tarrant Area Food Bank following the competition. Canstruction is a worldwide charity...

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Community Involvement Spotlight is a series on Freese and Nichols' dedication to community service, highlighting employees who donate time and money to organizations they're passionate about.

Juan Sierra, Program Management, Dallas/Fort Worth, is one of our many employees who volunteered 100 or more hours last year. He donated much of his time to The Texas A&M Hispanic Network (TAMHN), serving on the scholarship committee.

TAMHN works to increase the...

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A team of 29 Freese and Nichols employees and their family members flooded the banks of the Trinity River early on Saturday, Sept. 20 for the 23rd Annual Trinity River Trash Bash, hosted by Tarrant Regional Water District. Our volunteers, equipped with gloves, grabbers and generous spirits, collected trash along the Riverside Trailhead at Fourth Street in Fort Worth, Texas. Thank you to Karl Hoffman, Environmental Science, Fort Worth, who organized our office participation.

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As we celebrate our 120th anniversary, we're continuing a series on Freese and Nichols' dedication to community service, highlighting employees who donate time and money to organizations they're passionate about.

Over the past year and a half Sabrina Joplin, Environmental Science, Austin, has led an effort to permit and plan a community garden in Northwest Austin called Adelphi Acre . When finished, individuals in the community will be able to...

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