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The North Central Texas Branch of the Texas Public Works Association is hosting a one-day seminar – Revitalize, Reinvest, Renew – on Thursday, Oct. 23. The seminar will cover a variety of topics, including management and leadership, engineering and technology, sustainability, stormwater management, transportation, safety, and water and wastewater.

A number of our professionals are making presentations at the seminar. Here is what we’ll be speaking about:

  • 10:00 a.m. – Tim Sansone, P.E., LEED Green Associate, ENV SP, “
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Freese and Nichols is attending the American Planning Association Texas Chapter Annual Conference, Oct. 15-18 in Frisco. We are proud to participate as a platinum level sponsor. Be sure to visit us in booth #11 or catch one of our presentations, including several by Texas APA President Wendy Shabay. Here's a list of our speaking opportunities (Freese and Nichols professionals in bold):

Wednesday, Oct. 15

  • APA Texas Leadership Forum – Wendy Shabay, Doug McDonald, Mike McAnelly, APA
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This week, members of our stormwater and transportation groups were invited to speak at a North Central Texas Council of Governments workshop in Arlington. Trey Shanks, Lesley Brooks and Chris Bosco spoke alongside Jeff Rice, NCTCOG, and Dorcy Clark, City of Dallas. Their presentation, “Water Quality for Street Design,” addressed innovative street designs that incorporate water quality and low-impact development stormwater practices using the updated Transportation integrated Stormwater Management (TriSWM) Guide and iSWM Technical Manual as resources.

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Cody Cockroft and Rita Anderson, both in Water Resources, Houston, were invited speakers at the Texas Regional Workshop of the National Hydrologic Warning Council (NHWC) on Nov. 11-12 at the San Jacinto River Authority offices in Conroe, Texas.

The NHWC assists emergency and environmental management officials by providing expert advice on the use of real-time, high-quality hydrologic information from automated remote data systems, with the goals of protecting lives, property and the environment. The Texas workshop was well-attended,...

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