Edith Peters Leads Expansion of Transportation Services to the Southeast

Freese and Nichols is expanding its transportation expertise to the Southeast. With the addition of Edith Peters, Senior Transportation Engineer, and the firm’s proven track record of implementing transportation projects in an ever-changing policy and funding environment, FNI aims to bring increased value and service to the Southeast communities.

Edith’s background in transportation planning, traffic engineering, and roadway design allows Freese and Nichols to provide the community with tailored, local expertise.  From navigating complex traffic flow patterns to creating functional and aesthetically pleasing roadways, Edith brings a wealth of technical knowledge and practical experience to every project.

The firm is excited to add Transportation to its ever-growing list of services being provided in the Southeast which now consists of:

  • Transportation
  • Stormwater
  • Environmental Services
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Urban Planning
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Program Management
  • Water and Wasterwater Utility, Transmission, Treatment and Master Planning
  • Dams and Levees

Freese and Nichols has extensive experience in the planning and design of complex transportation systems under various circumstances and constraints, for both municipal and Department of Transportation clients alike. The firm’s engineers are well-versed in analysis through comprehensive transportation plans, corridor studies, congestion mitigation plans, safety improvement evaluations, multimodal considerations and traffic signalization studies. FNI also excels with the intricacies of design through its experience with municipal and local street reconstruction, large highway and interchange designs, bridge construction and rehabilitation as well as complex intersection evaluation and design. The firm fully understands how each of these components can present its own unique challenges and the design team is prepared to develop mitigation strategies to resolve even the most complex of scenarios, by drawing on team members’ breadth of experience. Freese and Nichols takes pride in using an analysis-led design approach to assist clients in deriving the best-fit solutions that align with their budgets while meeting the current and future needs of their facilities.

​​​“Our commitment to providing the best in client service is the driving force behind Freese and Nichols’ expansion of our transportation services into the Southeast,” Division Manager Mike Wayts said. “The firm is excited to have Edith joining our team as we endeavor to provide our clients with high-quality, sustainable, resilient infrastructure projects on time and within budget.”