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Chris Brown, 1955-2022

Chris was a pipeline engineer but also a husband, father, good friend, world traveler and gardener — and officiated softball and volleyball.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Greg Simmons to Lead Stormwater Projects in Central Plains Region

Freese and Nichols welcomes Greg Simmons, PE, CFM, as leader of the firm’s stormwater master planning and design team in the Central Plains region. “We are excited to have Greg bring his expertise in strategic planning and utilize his ability to allocate resources for stormwater programs,” said Clay Herndon, manager of Freese and Nichols’ Water Group in the Central Plains region.

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Stantec-Freese and Nichols JV Awarded 5-year USACE Contract For Water/Wastewater Projects

The team will support the Water and Wastewater Technical Center of Expertise based in Mobile, Alabama.

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Texas WET Features Richardson Asset Management Work

Water/Wastewater Master Planners Mazen Kawasmi and Stephen Johnson write in the latest issue of Texas WET magazine in an article describing the City of Richardson’s data-driven asset management plan to assess the capacity and condition of their entire collection system.

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Rebekah Gates

Current Drought Conditions in the United States

Learn the details of drought conditions in states across the Southwest and Southeast.

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CEI Team Achieves Milestone on SH 170 in Fort Worth

Freese and Nichols’ Construction Inspection and Engineering (CEI) team recently reached a major milestone managing the construction and opening of Independence Parkway at State Highway 170 in far north Fort Worth.

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Annie Vest Gets NW Missouri State Spotlight

An alumni feature explains how Freese and Nichols Mitigation and Disaster Planning Lead Annie Vest has parlayed her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Disaster Management into a career helping communities build resilience.

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Three Planning Projects Win APA Texas Awards

Three Freese and Nichols projects have won 2022 Texas Planning Awards from the American Planning Association – Texas Chapter. These awards continue to reinforce the firm’s expertise and strong client relationships.

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Kelsey Calvez Named to URISA Young Professionals Post

An environmental/coastal scientist and GIS analyst, Kelsey will help engage young geographic information system practitioners through the URISA Vanguard Cabinet.

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Charles Kucherka

Laguna Madre Water District Breaks Ground on Water System Projects

Laguna Madre Water District celebrates the groundbreaking for its Water Systems Improvements with our Treatment, Transmission and Utilities team.

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Celebrating Bois d’Arc Lake Dam Construction Completion with NTMWD

Congratulations to North Texas Municipal Water District on completing the dam that creates the centerpiece of a new system that soon will supply water for 2 million people. Freese and Nichols is proud to be a partner in bringing this vital program to reality to help our communities thrive.

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Jason Steele

How the Tricolored Bat Federal Listing Could Affect Your Project

A proposal to list the wide-ranging tricolored bat as an endangered species could require more approvals for projects that involve clearing trees, working on bridges and culverts, or impacting other places the bats roost. See how our environmental scientists can help you navigate this development.

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