Freese and Nichols Hydrologist Jeremy Rice Relocates to Tulsa

Hydrologist Jeremy Rice has moved to the Tulsa office, bringing his expertise to Oklahoma clients for water resources planning and water/wastewater master planning.

Jeremy already had been leading projects in Oklahoma since 2018. Those include a storage capacity study for Oklahoma City, a supply analysis in Central Oklahoma and a water feasibility study. He has more than 14 years of experience in water conservation and long-range water planning for municipalities and other public entities and has worked on multiple regional plans with our teams involved in Texas’ statewide water planning.

“Jeremy’s decision to relocate his family to Tulsa shows the commitment that he and Freese and Nichols have to making personal investments in the communities where we work,” Oklahoma Division Manager Tricia Hatley said.

Jeremy’s extensive water resources experience includes hydrologic modeling, water supply analysis, drought contingency plans and program development. He also serves on national committees associated with his conservation planning expertise.

He has a master’s degree in Water Management and Hydrological Science and a bachelor’s in Renewable Natural Resources from Texas A&M University.