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Freese and Nichols is pleased to announce that Wayne Hartt, P.E., has joined our Frisco office to lead transportation efforts in Collin County and the surrounding area. Hartt joins our expanding team of more than 60 dedicated transportation professionals across Texas whose expertise in managing large infrastructure projects is paving the way for tomorrow’s growth.

“As our robust economy keeps attracting people to Texas, there is an even greater need for the...

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Freese and Nichols welcomes Sandip Faldu, P.E., to join our Dallas office as a senior engineer with the Transportation Planning Group. Sandip’s considerable expertise in transportation planning, traffic engineering and project management for municipalities, counties and transportation authorities, including the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), will enhance the services currently offered to our transportation partners.

For the past 12 years,...

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Congratulations to the Cities of Waco and Colleyville for being awarded funding grants to address critical roadway safety issues under the 2015 TxDOT Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). This annual program is awarded based upon a benefit/cost ratio of the project cost to the recent accident history with calls for projects occurring in the spring. A total of $182 million was awarded across the state with approximately $11...

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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 of the neighborhood and showcases its rich history,...

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Freese and Nichols welcomes Arnold Ramirez, P.E., to our Central Texas transportation team in our San Antonio office.
 
Arnold brings more than 35 years of experience in the design, review, management, maintenance and construction of highway, street and bridge projects involving freeway, urban and rural systems. He most recently served as the Area Engineer for the Bexar Metro Area Office in San Antonio for the Texas Department of...

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Now that Texas is recording triple digit temperatures, it's difficult to remember how much it rained in May without revisiting photos. Murphy Parks, Water Resources Design, Fort Worth,​ volunteered to help state agencies with dam monitoring in his wife's hometown after heavy Memorial Day rains.

The Gooch, Munday and Sanders dams in the Texas Panhandle town of Shamrock were experiencing flooding-related issues. Murphy helped the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) inspect and monitor the Gooch Dam, which is adjacent to a...

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Freese and Nichols welcomes Joe Waring, P.E., to our Southeast Texas transportation team in our Pearland office.

With nearly 30 years of experience, Joe specializes in roadway, stormwater, bridge and interchange design. Most recently, he was a transportation engineer at the Texas Department of Transportation, where he has worked in various positions since 1987. At TxDOT, Joe was responsible for design, construction management and maintenance oversight...

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TxDOT Erosion Control Product TestingEffective June 1st, TxDOT will be making some significant cuts to their Approved Products List (APL) for erosion control products.

Many of the products on the current APL have been removed as they no longer meet the minimum performance standards set by TxDOT, which have been changed this year due to increasing environmental regulations. As a result, the revised APL will be much less exhaustive than the previous versions.

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