Freese and Nichols Invests in San Antonio ACE Mentor Program Students

During the 2023-2024 school year, members of the Freese and Nichols’ San Antonio office took on increased involvement with the […]

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Then and Now: Holly Pump Station, A Project Foundation

The Holly Pump Station was designed in 1892 by John Hawley, who’d go on to found Freese and Nichols. More than 130 years later, the Holly Pump Station has expanded and remains central to the Fort Worth’s water supply.

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Paula Feldman

Connect With Us at the 2024 GAWP Annual Conference and Expo

Join our Georgia water/wastewater experts at the 2024 GAWP Conference in Savannah. We look forward to seeing you!

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R&D Alliance With TCU Builds a Better Sonar Craft

Freese and Nichols’ collaboration with engineering students gave them practical experience and insights — and produced a refined tool for underwater surveys.

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Growth and Service: Freese and Nichols Celebrates 10 Years in Oklahoma City

Freese and Nichols is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Oklahoma City office opening its doors. Our history in Oklahoma extends over a hundred years, beginning with our involvement in the Overholser Dam project. We look forward to many more years of dedication to Oklahoma City and the region as we continue to grow and help communities prosper in smart, sustainable ways.

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Jessica Brown

Leaders and Legacies: Mike Nichols

Mike Nichols’ legacy at Freese and Nichols, as seen through Jessica Brown’s eyes, is one of profound mentorship and people development. His guidance was pivotal in shaping her career, emphasizing the importance of understanding clients and effective communication.

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Freese and Nichols Celebrates DEI Day Companywide

The inaugural DEI Day was dedicated to celebrating the rich diversity of the firm’s incredible team, fostering an inclusive culture and raising awareness about the vital role of DEI within the organization.

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Krista Melnar

Connect With Us at the 2024 Association of State Floodplain Managers Conference

Join our flood risk management experts at the 2024 ASFPM in Salt Lake City, Utah. We look forward to seeing you!

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Freese and Nichols Grows Denver Office with New Hires

We’re continuing to expand in the Rocky Mountain region with new faces in our Denver office to continue to serve municipalities and water utilities in Colorado.

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Freese and Nichols Contributes to WEF’s Comprehensive Guide on Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation

In response to this growing need to rehabilitate existing sewers, our firm has contributed to a new manual titled “Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation,” published by the Water Environment Federation.

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The 1950s: People, Plants and Pikes

The rapid growth of Texas metropolises in the 1950s increased demand not only for water, but also for urban expressways to speed workers and shoppers within and between cities.

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Fortune Lists Freese and Nichols Among Texas’ Best Workplaces

Fortune Magazine and Great Place to Work have honored Freese and Nichols as one of the 2024 Best Workplaces in Texas. This is the first time Freese and Nichols has been ranked among large companies and the sixth time it has been named to the prestigious list, coming in at No. 13.

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