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Our work to preserve and improve Fort Hood's stormwater infrastructure with a comprehensive Stormwater Management Program has been featured in Public Works Digest. We helped the army installation take stormwater inventory of their 340 square miles, offering solutions to develop a long-range vision, rather than reactionary measures. They have been implemented our suggested improvements to ease flooding issues. Solutions range from upsizing culverts and storm drains, adding inlets, widening and improving open channels and adding detention ponds. Fort Hood continues to develop its stormwater...

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Fort Worth residents attended a public meeting Monday June 1, covering the City’s Floodplain Management Plan. The meeting, covered by WFAA News, came after May topped the record books as Texas’ wettest month ever.

Residents discussed needs for improved drainage in areas that flooded during last month’s rain. The public meeting was one of the first steps for the public planning program, led by the City of Fort Worth’s...

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Freese and Nichols attended the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, May 17-21 in Austin, Texas. We partnered with the American Society of Civil Engineers' Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI) as a sponsor and booth exhibitor.

Les Boyd, Water Resources Design, Austin, presented An Owner’s Journey at the Congress on Dam Safety in Texas on Tuesday, May 19, focused on the Lower Colorado River Authority's management of the Highland Lake dams beginning...

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