Topic: PMCM

“From Soldier to Civilian — But Always an Engineer”

Civil Engineering magazine features an essay from Freese and Nichols Executive Vice President Jeff Payne sharing lessons learned through transitioning […]

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Bois d’Arc Lake Program Featured as Journal AWWA Cover Story

Learn more about the extensive coordination and quality control involved in managing the five construction packages for North Texas Municipal Water District’s new $1.6 billion reservoir.

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Freese and Nichols Hires Travis Kelly to Expand Government Affairs Focus

In addition to his experience managing key elements of multifaceted infrastructure projects and working with government officials at all levels, Travis has engaged with diverse communities to build consensus on critical projects.

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Interns Get Up-Close Look at Bois d’Arc Lake

Touring the ongoing construction of the new $1.6 billion Bois d’Arc Lake gives college interns valuable insights into the kind of impactful projects they could help complete during their careers.

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Chuck Gilman

Delivering an Increasing Project Workload with Limited Resources

Supplementing your city or county workforce with outside staff dedicated to completing specific programs can offer a workable, scalable and affordable solution for managing an increasing project workload. We can show you how.

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Innovation: A Fast-Paced Solution to Clean New Braunfels’ Water

Multiple innovative approaches cut the time for design, permitting and construction of a new treatment plant in half to help New Braunfels Water meet summer drinking water demands and prepare to keep pace with the needs of a growing population.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Christopher T. Tolar to Environmental Team with Large Infrastructure Focus

Christopher Tolar will help our Environmental Science and Coastal Group continue to broaden its expertise to provide comprehensive environmental solutions for large infrastructure projects.

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Emergency Riverbank Repairs Protect Fort Worth’s Twin 90-Inch Pipes

When erosion along the Trinity River exposed a 90-inch wastewater pipeline and a temporary protection failed, a multidiscipline Freese and Nichols team helped avert an environmental disaster for the City of Fort Worth.

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Video Tour: Bois d’Arc Lake Starts Filling With Water

Congratulations to the North Texas Municipal Water District on this major milestone for Texas’ first new reservoir in nearly 30 years, a $1.6 billion program that Freese and Nichols has been proud to take part in.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Chuck Gilman to Lead Large Water Infrastructure Programs

Freese and Nichols has added Chuck Gilman, PE, PMP, an experienced public works leader, to our program management team to […]

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An Innovative Approach to Pump Station Design

The award-winning Main Stem project, which provides a renewable source of water, used innovative applications of modeling tools to reduce cost, minimize risk and maximize value to the owner.

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Mike Wayts

Morgan McIlwain Writes on Planning in APWA-NC Newsletter

Program Manager Morgan McIlwain in Raleigh wrote in the December APWA-North Carolina newsletter about the value of good planning in […]

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