Topic: Water Resources

Jeff Kirkwood

With Wetter-Than-Usual Winter Ahead, Here Are Tips To Stay Safe If It Floods

The National Weather Service predicts a wetter-than-usual winter for the South and Southeastern United States. Coming on top of a […]

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Jeremy Dixon

HEC-RAS Version 5.0.6 Released

The USACE released new version HEC-RAS 5.0.6 that repairs a list of problems from the previous version. Updates were made […]

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Mike Wayts

Lessons Learned from Hurricane Florence

As this year’s hurricane season continues to challenge the Gulf and East coasts, officials will encounter multiple difficult decisions, including […]

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Rolando Ayala

Maximizing Funding Assistance for Disaster Recovery

In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Harvey’s inundation of Houston in August 2017, Freese and Nichols quickly put boots on the […]

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Jamie Joyner

NOAA Atlas 14 Volume 11 Released Today – Better Rainfall Data for Texas

Engineers often begin projects with the following questions: when it rains, how much water infiltrates into the soil, how much […]

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Jim Keith

Flood Warning Systems: A Cost-Effective, Essential Solution

The growing death toll from Hurricane Florence emphasizes that having a flood warning system in place is more important now […]

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Naveen Chillara Joins Water Resources Design Team

Please join us in welcoming Naveen Chillara, PE. He joins our Water Resources Design Division as a senior project manager […]

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Trey Shanks

TCEQ Releases Draft Phase II MS4 General Permit

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has announced that it received EPA approval of the draft general permit for Phase […]

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Rachel Masters

ASCE Releases Report on Flood Risk Management Post-Harvey

On Aug. 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey made landfall near Rockport, Texas, as a Category Four hurricane.  The extreme flooding across […]

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