Topic: Environmental Science

David Buzan

What’s Wrong With Your Water? Our Scientists Can Help Identify Problem Microbes

Our team’s expertise in microscopic analysis can lead to solutions that protect water quality for humans, plants and marine life.

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EPA Proposes New PFAS Regulations for Drinking Water

New PFAS limits could significantly impact vulnerable public water systems. Learn more about the proposal and how Freese and Nichols can help you.

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Freese and Nichols Hires Full Coastal Resources Team to Open Lafayette Office

Our Lafayette office opens with a multidisciplinary team of coastal experts: Whitney Broussard, PhD, GISP, Blake Simon and John Oliver, enhancing our service offerings to Louisiana and Gulf Coast clients.

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Bioengineering and Sustainable Tools for Emergency Streambank Repair at Salem Creek

The City of Winston-Salem was able to successfully use bioengineering and a variety of other natural and sustainable tools to restore the Salem Creek stream after emergency erosion, as well as resolve sediment challenges and reduce future erosion issues.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Daniel Hammond to Lead Florida Environmental and Water Resource Projects

Dan has extensive experience in helping communities implement water resource protection programs and in navigating regulatory compliance.

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Freese and Nichols Earns “Outstanding” Award from SAME Mobile Post

Freese and Nichols was recognized for its involvement in the SAME Mobile Post with an annual award.

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Viraj deSilva Featured in WEF Water Stories

Viraj deSilva shared insights on careers in water for the Water Environment Federation’s WEF Water Stories.

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Viraj deSilva Appointed Chair of WEF PFAS Task Force

Viraj deSilva was appointed Chair of the WEF PFAS Task Force, a group that has sponsored workshops, shared educational resources, and worked closely with other agencies and organizations such as the EPA, AWWA, SWANA, SAME, AMTA, and NACWA to help lead and promote information about PFAS.

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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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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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PFAS Resources

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Nina Reins

The Dillard Wetland Restoration: Reducing Flood Risk and Creating a Healthy Retreat for New Orleans

More than 17 years earlier, this wetland area was significantly impacted by Hurricane Katrina and is still recovering. This hydrologic resiliency project is designed to increase stormwater retention capacity and reestablish healthy wetland vegetation and to provide a retreat from urban life with a variety of community improvements.

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