Topic: Water/Wastewater Engineering

Hazardous Roadway Overtopping Mitigation (HROM): Managing a Multitude of Road Flood Hazards

After roadway flooding led to multiple deaths in 2018, the City of Fort Worth stepped up its efforts to improve public safety. The City reevaluated priorities for its Stormwater Division of the Transportation and Public Works Department and enlisted help from Freese and Nichols to reduce roadway overtopping. Read more about this ACEC Texas award-winning project.

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Boiling Springs: New Ideas For Upgrading Old Dams

Inventive design to help a dam meet higher regulatory requirements produced a cost-effective solution.

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Journal AWWA Shares Our PFAS Expertise

Our team explains what to know about treating PFAS for potable reuse water and what to expect in the changing regulatory landscape.

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Frisco Water: Big-Picture Planning to Absorb Big Growth

Well-coordinated master planning for their water, wastewater, reuse and roadway systems has helped the city flourish amid booming growth.

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Our Arkansas Connection Spans Eight Decades

Freese and Nichols has invested in meeting Arkansas’ needs throughout our long history. We trace our presence in Arkansas from […]

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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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Three Projects Win ACEC Awards in Texas and North Carolina

Three Freese and Nichols projects have won Engineering Excellence Awards from the state chapters of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), and two of them will advance to the ACEC national competition. These awards reinforce Freese and Nichols’ expertise, innovative approaches, practical results and outstanding service.

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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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Wells Shares Coastal Resilience Insights in Civil Engineering Magazine

Protecting your infrastructure requires action, Craig says: “Understand what’s likely to happen to you, and then you can act.”

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FNI Team Produces WEF Pump Stations Manual, Its First Update Since 1993

Freese and Nichols employees help produce a new pump stations manual for the Water Environment Federation (WEF) that will be used across the industry.

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Brian Glynn Shares Civil Engineering Insights With KC Students

By connecting with students to help them explore engineering careers, our employees like Brian inspire the next generation.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Greg Simmons to Lead Stormwater Projects in Central Plains Region

Freese and Nichols welcomes Greg Simmons, PE, CFM, as leader of the firm’s stormwater master planning and design team in the Central Plains region. “We are excited to have Greg bring his expertise in strategic planning and utilize his ability to allocate resources for stormwater programs,” said Clay Herndon, manager of Freese and Nichols’ Water Group in the Central Plains region.

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