Topic: Water Resources

Mark Evans

Nationwide Grants for Municipal Resiliency Projects: Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA)

Municipalities can now take advantage of national funding opportunities for their resiliency projects.

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Rebekah Gates

Current Drought Conditions in the United States

Learn the details of drought conditions in states across the Southwest and Southeast.

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Marvin C. Nichols Presentations Award: Paula Feldman and Jeremy Rice

With examples from Georgia and Texas, Paula and Jeremy highlighted how water conservation and the installation of drought plans has helped avoid approximately $1 billion in projects.

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Krista Melnar

FEMA Rolls Out Risk Rating 2.0: New System for Calculating Flood Insurance Premiums

The approach uses enhanced capabilities, tools, and data to better reflect a property’s calculated flood risk. While each property is unique, most policyholders can expect to see a reduction or nominal increase in premium costs.

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Jordan Skipwith

Climate and Drought Outlook for the United States

Learn the details of temperature and precipitation predictions for the United States in coming weeks.

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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 Completes 13 Watershed Assessments for Natural Resource Conservation Service

Freese and Nichols completed 13 watershed assessments in Arkansas for the Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative (MRBI) and the […]

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David Buzan

New Mussels Protections Could Impact Infrastructure Projects Across Texas

The proposed critical habitat covers 1,944 river miles in the Trinity, Brazos, Colorado and Guadalupe river basins, and any projects that physically impact stream bottoms may receive increased regulatory attention.

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Dairy Projects Help Turn Waste into Renewable Fuel

Freese and Nichols is applying its vast experience with oil and gas facilities to help dairies across the United States turn tons of waste into a product that benefits the environment by reducing greenhouse gases and creates an additional revenue stream for our clients and America’s dairy farmers.

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Katie Leatherwood

Time to Renew Texas Industrial Stormwater Runoff Permit

Industrial facilities covered by a Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) TXR050000 under the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES) must renew their authorization by Nov. 12, 2021. Learn more about changes and how to comply.

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Stormwater’s Green Infrastructure Projects Highlighted Nationally

Green infrastructure projects developed by Freese and Nichols’ Stormwater and Urban Planning + Design teams for communities in three states […]

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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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