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Join Freese and Nichols in helping shape the future of flood mitigation funding.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is seeking public input for the Disaster Recovery Reform Act (DRRA) Section 1234: National Public Infrastructure Pre-Disaster Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. The Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC), will focus on reducing the nation’s risk by funding public infrastructure projects that increase a community’s...

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Freese and Nichols' Kim Patak will present “When Rivers and Infrastructure Collide,” Jan. 23 at the Texas Regional Stormwater Conference in New Braunfels.

Millions of dollars are spent each year repairing America’s infrastructure due to damage from stream erosion. Concepts of fluvial geomorphology, planning and holistic engineering are integrated into the resiliency approach to prevent, protect, respond and recover from problems caused by...

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Freese and Nichols is proud to host the next five-day asset management certification course conducted by the Institute for Asset Management. The class will be Feb. 25 to March 1 at our office in Austin, Texas.

Why is this course beneficial?

At the end of the course, attendees will be certified in internationally recognized

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The Fort Worth Business Press interviewed Transportation Practice Leader Alan Greer in an article focusing on infrastructure and economic development. Alan sat down with the Business Press for a Q&A, discussing Texas' growing need for infrastructure, and Proposition 1, which will go to Texas voters in November.

The article also highlights...

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TagsTransportation, texas transportation, texas infrastructure, parker county transportation bond, kaufman county transportation bond, Infrastructure,

Texas Future, a nonprofit organization “dedicated to educating and talking with Texans about the issues relating to the funding of our roads and highways,” has released a new video focusing on the minimal cost Texas drivers pay in taxes and fees to use state roads.

In May, Texas Future ...

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Tagstransportation cost, Transportation, texas transportation, texas tollways, texas future, sjr 1, Infrastructure,

Freese and Nichols delivers transportation engineering and planning services and has been designing the infrastructure of Texas since the 1890s.

Our team helped manage the Parker County Transportation Bond Program from concept to accomplishment: leveraging funding, building partnerships, designing roadways and managing final construction.

For more...

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Texas Future, a nonprofit organization “dedicated to educating and talking with Texans about the issues relating to the funding of our roads and highways,” has released a video on the gap in infrastructure funding in Texas, caused by increased population growth and decreased sustainable funding sources. The video...

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Professionals from Freese and Nichols will be at booth number three at the Transportation and Infrastructure Summit in Irving on August 14 through 17. Both David Sloan, P.E., BCEE, and Kevin St. Jacques, P.E., PTOE, PTP, will be moderating panels. Follow the online summit conversation by using the hashtag #TandISummit on Twitter.

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