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Freese and Nichols Adds Gregg Hudock to Lead Water Resource Projects in Southeast U.S.

Gregg brings skills as a dam engineer and solutions-oriented integrator of all the dam-related technical practice areas to helping clients address dam safety issues, water supply needs and flood-impact mitigation.

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Shad Comeaux Teaches Principles of Site Design at Texas Southern University

This summer, Shad Comeaux, Account Director, Pearland, had an opportunity to serve as an Adjunct Professor in Texas Southern University’s Urban Planning and Environmental Policy graduate degree program. Shad taught five students during a five-week course that consisted of lectures and field study.

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Stream Restoration Specialists Gather to Focus on Geomorphology Best Practices

The fluvial ecosystem restoration and environmental science group recently hosted an introduction to stream geomorphology workshop. Twenty employees from five offices took part in the three-day event, which took the classroom activities into the field.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Ardita Dushi to Lead Federal Team

Freese and Nichols has added Ardita Dushi, PE, MAPM to our federal team as a Federal Program Manager to help us assist federal agencies in the heavy civil water resources line. Ardita has 16+ years of experience in project management, client management and geotechnical engineering for public/federal projects and clients in Texas and throughout the US.

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Lake Arlington Pump Station Shared Operations Improvements

In Texas, the City of Arlington and the Trinity River Authority entered into a partnership to share, renew and operate an existing raw water pump station. The two different owners operate separate raw water pump stations, on Lake Arlington, that service 600,000 people, are less than 600 feet apart.

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Small Bridge Makes a Big Impact in North Carolina

  In November 2020, a storm in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, ripped out three 8.5-foot corrugated metal pipes (CMP) along Woodfield […]

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Tom Gooch Quoted in The Hill on Water Planning

One of our most experienced water resource planners, Tom shared expertise in an article on the impact of drought and floods on the Texas’ long-term water supply.

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We’re Again Among the Nation’s Top Consulting Firms to Work For

We’re pleased to announce that Freese and Nichols is ranked 25th on the Fortune Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services for 2022 in […]

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Freese and Nichols and Jason Cocklin Bring Expertise to Arkansas

Freese and Nichols is expanding their national expertise and presence in the Central Plains to Northwest Arkansas (NWA). The new space is located in Rogers just minutes away from Bentonville and nearby growing cities, Springdale and Fayetteville.

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Transportation Practice Wins Big in Tarrant County

Freese and Nichols’ Transportation Practice has been selected to provide professional bond program management services for the 2021 Tarrant County Transportation Bond Program.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Sabu Paul to Lead FEMA Support Projects for East Coast, Great Lakes Regions

Freese and Nichols has added Sabu Paul, PhD, PE, PMP, D.WRE, a water resource engineer whose experience spans local to international […]

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FEMA Announces Flood Mitigation Assistance Program for Fiscal Year 2022

This month, FEMA released the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for its Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) program. FMA provides grant funding for projects that reduce or eliminate the risk of repetitive flood damage to buildings insured by the NFIP. For fiscal year 2022, FMA will provide $800 million in grants nationwide.

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