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Freese and Nichols has been named a Best Workplace for Millennials, according to the June issue of Fortune Magazine .

The Great Place to Work Institute lists Freese and Nichols at No. 42 on a national list of 100. Our Great Place to Work profile shows that millennials (born early 1980s-early 2000s) comprise 42 percent of our employees ​ .

"This ranking shows millennials the value of a career at Freese and Nichols,"...

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Chief Financial Officer Cindy Milrany, Chief Human Resources Officer Ken Reeves and Organizational Development Specialist Stephanie Buckingham presented to a global gathering of employee talent development professionals in Washington, D.C., in October, sharing FNI's experiences in Applying Continuous Improvement to Talent Development . The Freese and Nichols team shared insights, methods and experience at the Association for Talent Development (ATD)'s Learn from the BEST conference.

The group, joined by Stephanie's husband, Todd...

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On behalf of our clients, Freese and Nichols made a Thanksgiving donation to Badges Supporting Fallen Officers’ Families to support survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Freese and Nichols makes a donation to an organization in clients' honor each year. The annual contributions serve as a tangible way to give thanks to our valued partners.

View our Corporate Responsibility brochure for more stories of our dedication to community...

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Water Resources Engineer Grady Hillhouse​ wrote an article and project tutorial for Make: magazine on building a Kite Aerial Photography rig. In the article he details steps to make a kite, rig up a camera and take photos from above, using minimal resources.

This is not Grady's first taste of Internet fame. His how-to videos on Youtube have received thousands of views, including one of a dam and reservoir display he created this...

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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.

Oil & Natural Gas Engineering Technician Juan Almaguer became involved with the Flower Mound Youth Sports Association in 2013 as a baseball coach. His desire to coach relates to his personal experiences as a kid. "I was not very confident in my abilities and was reluctant to...

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Our Freese and Nichols volleyball team placed 2nd in the 5th Annual Water for People Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, May 2 in Austin. The tournament raised $7,900 for Water for People , an organization that provides sustainable water and sanitation projects around the world. Freese and Nichols was an event sponsor.

The team finished second after a close final match with AECOM. Our team played along with staff from San Antonio Water...

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Adelphi Acre Community Garden, the City of Austin's first community garden on a public right of way, celebrated its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting this spring. Freese and Nichols was a sponsor of the garden and the project steering committee included Chairperson Sabrina Joplin, Environmental Science, Austin, and Treasurer Billy Metzger, Accounting, Austin. The ceremony was hosted by representatives of the City of Austin’s Public Works Department, including Director Howard Lazarus, Neighborhood Partnering Program Manager...

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Oil & Gas Construction Services Group Manager Winston Silvia and Team Silvia joined 2,500 other supporters at Trinity Park in Fort Worth to share hope with those who are battling multiple sclerosis. Along with raising awareness for MS, Winston and the team helped raise over $173,000, surpassing the goal of $170,000.

If you'd like to know more about Walk MS: Fort Worth, visit their website for the South Central region .

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