Topic: Water/Wastewater Engineering

David Munn
Xi Zhao

Lead and Copper Rule: Where Should I Start?

Starting now will give you the best chance to successfully navigate the changes. That early effort should include stakeholder communication, risk assessment, scheduling, budgeting and resourcing.

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236 MGD in 3-D: Pump Station Innovations at Bois d’Arc Lake

Using 3-D modeling, visualization software and other innovative tools, Freese and Nichols’ design will provide redundancy, reduce power system losses and directly reduce the costs for conveying water.

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Paula Feldman
James Naylor
Trey Shanks

Protecting Your Water System from Hackers 

The American Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 aims to protect communities against threats similar to the recent cyberattack on a Florida treatment plant.

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Helen Salama Named Young Engineer of the Year by TSPE Bexar Chapter

Helen, a water/wastewater engineer in San Antonio, is honored for going above and beyond both in her work and in the community.

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Xi Zhao
David Munn

Lead and Copper Rule: What Must Water Systems Do?

The compliance deadline is Oct. 16, 2024, but it’s time to start your process now. Here are eight key requirements water systems should know and complete.

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Freese and Nichols Hires Lewis Bernard to Lead Stormwater Pump Station Projects

Freese and Nichols has hired Lewis Bernard, PE, a broadly experienced mechanical engineer, to lead stormwater pump station projects and […]

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Pannell Named Young Engineer of the Year by TSPE Preston Trail Chapter

Congratulations to Jacob Pannell, Transmission and Utilities, Frisco, for receiving the 2021 Young Engineer of the Year Award from the Preston […]

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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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Nabeel Khan Named TAWWA Southeast Chapter Young Engineer of the Year

Nabeel, a water/wastewater planner in Pearland, is recognized for his efforts that have brought about increased involvement by young professionals.

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Dallas Wastewater Plan Delivers Dynamic Decision-Making Tool

The innovative new CIP Prioritization Tool enables the City of Dallas to review data, input new findings and formulate decisions for wastewater infrastructure projects based on relevant and timely information.

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Elizabeth Byrd Honored by Houston Hispanic Architects & Engineers

Elizabeth, a water/wastewater engineer in Pearland, was named 2021 Young Professional of the Year for her contributions to the chapter.

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Erin Flanagan

Deep-Water Intake and Tunnel System Aims to Reduce Drought Vulnerability

A Freese and Nichols joint venture project in Central Texas received international attention in Tunnelling Journal.

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