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We are excited to be presenting at the Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association Annual Conference Sept. 16-19 at the Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. We look forward to connecting with you at one of our three presentations:

Title: Harness the Power of 2D for Road Design Time: Monday, September 17 1:00-2:30 PM (Salon A) Presenters: Justin Oswald, PE, CFM What: Justin will provide a...

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Freese and Nichols and the City of San Marcos hosted a neighborhood meeting for Hopkins Street improvements on Wednesday, July 29. We are helping the City gather public input about potential roadway improvements and identify drainage concerns in the watershed.

This is the first stage of a multi-step public outreach project led by the City, beginning the design process for the reconstruction of Hopkins Street between Moore Street to Bishop...

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Fort Worth’s historic Polytechnic neighborhood hadn’t seen major roadway construction since the 1930s, so the reconstruction of the East Rosedale corridor quickly became a high-profile project. The City and Freese and Nichols took the opportunity to make it a guiding example of improved project delivery that incorporates local stakeholders, including the Texas Department of Transportation, energy companies, utilities and Texas Wesleyan University.

The team collaborated to develop a walkable corridor that honors the priorities...

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TagsTXDOT, roadway design, roundabout design, East Rosedale, storm drainage improvements, streetscape enhancements,