Freese and Nichols has provided engineering and environmental services to Fort Hood continuously since 2001. Our team has provided design services for multiple LEED-Silver eligible buildings, low water crossings and training roads, stream restoration, stormwater and drinking water utility systems, and other infrastructure improvements.
Additionally, we have completed large-scale GIS mapping and database update projects for Fort Hood’s stormwater drainage system, electrical utility system and natural gas distribution system. Our team has provided environmental services related to closure of a former wastewater treatment system, environmental monitoring and permitting for the Fort Hood Landfill, and environmental planning for Fort Hood’s training areas.
Freese and Nichols also worked with Fort Hood on a Comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan utilizing survey information, as-built plans, and field investigations to collect infrastructure data. The data was then used to build advanced 1-D/2-D models using XP-Storm to determine stormwater issues ranging from flooding of structures and infrastructure, roadway overtopping to erosion hazards. Alternatives to those identified issues will be investigated and organized along with estimates of probable construction costs and will be presented as a CIP listing in the front of the technical report.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Fort Worth District
Environmental Science, Permitting, Program Management, Stormwater, Highways, Roads & Bridges