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Dallas Wastewater Plan Delivers Dynamic Decision-Making Tool

Municipalities and water planning organizations are not strangers to master planning – the concept of evaluating and assessing water or […]

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Erin Flanagan

Deep-Water Intake and Tunnel System Aims to Reduce Drought Vulnerability

A Freese and Nichols joint venture project in Central Texas received international attention in Tunnelling Journal.

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El Paso Readiness Center Honored for Innovative Geothermal-Based Design

To help take a leadership role on energy efficiency, the Texas Army National Guard turned to an innovative geothermal-based design […]

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Trooper Smith

Georgia Water Funding Applications Due Feb. 26

Water and wastewater infrastructure are endearingly labeled the offensive linemen of public works. Nobody knows about them until there’s a […]

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Jordan Skipwith

Current Drought Conditions in the United States

Drought conditions largely persisted across multiple regions of the United States this week. Overall, the nationwide Drought Severity and Coverage Index […]

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Jordan Skipwith

Climate and Drought Outlook for the United States

The December 2020 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) update indicated that overall, […]

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Mark Evans

Apply for Texas Revolving Fund Water Project Financing by March 3

Want your water project to be included in the initial Project Priority List for Texas’ SFY2022 State Revolving Fund? Freese […]

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Colleyville Plaza Design Wins APA Texas Award

Freese and Nichols’ landscape architects overcame several complex challenges to deliver Colleyville Plaza, a quality, high-profile urban infill project for the […]

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Mark Evans

Apply by February for Texas SWIFT Funds for Your Water Infrastructure Projects

Don’t miss your opportunity to obtain low-cost water project funding with no maximum project funding limit! The Texas Water Development […]

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Mike Wayts

Morgan McIlwain Writes on Planning in APWA-NC Newsletter

Program Manager Morgan McIlwain in Raleigh wrote in the December APWA-North Carolina newsletter about the value of good planning in […]

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Enabling a Quick Turnaround

In an industry as competitive as oil and gas, time is of the essence. Freese and Nichols has developed multiple […]

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Selina Brandon Advises on Virtual Meetings in APWA Magazine

Selina Brandon, a Water Resource Design engineer in Houston active in the American Public Works Association, provided advice for professional […]

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