Growth in Denton Calls for Expanded Freese and Nichols Office
Freese and Nichols’ Denton team has recently moved to a larger office, strengthening our commitment to the City of Denton and communities across North Texas. As our firm has a passion for guiding growing cities, we look forward to continuing partnerships with local agencies to offer services like water and infrastructure that support the substantial growth in regional suburban areas. The new office is in the Wells Fargo Building downtown: 101 S. Locust Street, Suite 202, Denton, Texas 76201.
Freese and Nichols has been active in the Denton area since the 1920s, and we established our office there in 2007. Our teams have provided a wide range of services for cities and utilities in the area, with recent examples including:
- Program management for Denton Municipal Electric’s five-year, $350 million capital improvement program
- Design and permitting for Lake Ralph Hall and Leon Hurse Dam, which are under development in Fannin County as a future water supply for the Upper Trinity Regional Water District
- Upgrades to the City of Denton’s water treatment plants at Lake Ray Roberts and Lake Lewisville
- Widening of Mayhill Road in Denton from Interstate 35E to US Highway 380
- Denton County’s regional thoroughfare plan, a road map for long-term transportation investments
- Comprehensive plans for the City of Lewisville and the City of Corinth
- Town of Flower Mound Fleet Services Center and Operations & Maintenance Facility
Freese and Nichols has a deep history of municipal work in North Texas that began in Fort Worth in 1894. Today, we plan, design, and manage infrastructure projects from more than two dozen offices across the southern United States, and we are the first engineering/architecture firm to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.