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Allison Blake, Water/Wastewater Treatment; Sarah Caudle, Transportation; and Emily Nancarrow, North Texas Admin, Dallas used their lunch hour to volunteer at the Perot Museum Of Science and Nature in February. As part of Engineers Week, ASCE invited elementary and middle school students to the museum for interactive demonstrations and experiments with professional engineers and educators. ​  

Allison, Sarah and Emily helped the students construct...

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Don James, Water Resources Design, Fort Worth, presented about the Rock Cycle to 263 sixth graders in eight classes at Wedgwood Sixth Grade School last month. Don covered the main geological concepts and the group responded with lots of questions. 

During the presentation, Don passed around his 36-year-old rock collection. He discussed and presented examples of the three rock types -- sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic -- where they can be found in Texas, and some of their significant uses. Don also talked about what a geologist does, the many disciplines of geology, and...

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Congratulations to Heather Keister​, Stormwater, Lubbock, who graduated from Leadership Lubbock on Tuesday, December 15.  

Heather participated in monthly classes focused on developing leadership skills and providing knowledge about Lubbock.

According to Heather, Leadership Lubbock was a great program for leadership development training, exposing her to the many aspects of the Lubbock community that she might not see otherwise, and for allowing her to help community leaders learn...

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Staci Hill, Building Services, Fort Worth, was featured in In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association’s (IPMA) Member Spotlight. In the article, Staci discusses her involvement in the printing industry, her professional accomplishments and more.

Read the article on IPMA’s website

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Congratulations to Stephanie Coffman, Environmental Science, Fort Worth, who was elected President of the Texas Chapter of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG). As President of the Texas Chapter, Stephanie also joins the AEG National Board of Directors. Stephanie will serve as Chapter President until October 2017.

AEG is the...

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Congratulations to Kim Patak, Stormwater, Austin, who became President of the Environmental Water Resources Institute (EWRI) Austin Chapter for the 2015-2016 term. Also, Will Huff, Stormwater, Austin, is continuing his efforts as Communications Chair for a second year. Under their leadership, the Chapter plans on hosting their annual water resources workshop, designing and constructing rain gardens with the community, and building...

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We are celebrating 120 years of Corporate Responsibility this year. At Freese and Nichols, Corporate Responsibility encompasses wellness, community service, sustainability and professional development. Our founders and our senior leadership have led the way and set the example by supporting their communities and encouraging Freese and Nichols employees to do their part.

“From my early days at Freese and Nichols it’s always been kind of a level of expectation that you’re giving back to the communities,” CFO Cindy Milrany says. “There’s really no question that that isn’t a part of who...

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