Topic: Water/Wastewater Engineering

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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Design-Build Momentum Continues in Georgia

Design-Build projects in Georgia show how a collaborative delivery approach helps communities meet schedule and budget goals for water infrastructure improvements.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Viraj deSilva, Internationally Experienced Treatment Process Leader

Viraj deSilva has more than three decades of experience with water and wastewater solutions, from biosolids management to PFAS treatment.

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Freese and Nichols Ranks No. 1 in Environmental and Geotechnical Market Sector

The regional editions of Engineering News Record (ENR) have released their annual rankings of design firms. ENR has Freese and Nichols ranked as No. […]

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Jessica Brown

New Law Sets Early 2022 Deadline for All Texas Water Utilities

Learn more about Texas’ new requirement that water utilities develop plans to keep their services operating during an extended power outage.

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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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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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Helping Refine Fort Worth’s Water Asset Management Strategy

A comprehensive study has helped the City of Fort Worth better focus its water planning and management.

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Craig Wells

Sea Level Impact Projection Studies: What They Are and What They Aren’t

A new Florida law will require public entities to conduct Sea Level Impact Projection (SLIP) studies ahead of coastal building projects that use state funding. Here are some key guidelines for planning such projects.

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Brian Gettinger Quoted by CNN on Tunneling

A CNN Business report on Florida cities talking about tunnels with Elon Musk’s The Boring Company quoted Freese and Nichols Tunneling Services Leader Brian Gettinger on tunneling technology advances.

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Our Texas Water Presentations and More

Our technical experts will address the challenges your organization faces today – ranging from utility management to drinking water quality to engineering ethics – in our 13 presentations.

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Jennifer Wasinger

Public Entities in Oklahoma Urged to Report Storm Damage to Help Access Recovery Funding

Additionally, local governments have access to low-interest loans from Oklahoma State Revolving Funds to pay for the restoration of vital water and wastewater infrastructure,

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