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Freese and Nichols began working for municipalities in 1894 when founder John B. Hawley became the first independent consulting engineer in Texas. Today, we are dedicated to quality services and innovative designs for many states' engineering, architecture and environmental project needs.

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Thumbnail for City of Aledo Strategic Plan.
Project:
City of Aledo Strategic Plan
Client:
Aledo Economic Development Corporation
Thumbnail for Fort Worth Water Gardens Improvements.
Project:
Fort Worth Water Gardens Improvements
Client:
City of Fort Worth
Thumbnail for Highland Village Service Center Complex.
Project:
Highland Village Service Center Complex
Client:
City of Highland Village
Thumbnail for Mineola Train Depot Restoration.
Project:
Mineola Train Depot Restoration
Client:
City of Mineola
Thumbnail for Municipal Building Upgrades.
Project:
Municipal Building Upgrades
Client:
City of Granite Shoals
Thumbnail for Raw Water Production Facility.
Project:
Raw Water Production Facility
Client:
Colorado River Municipal Water District
Thumbnail for Town of Flower Mound Public Works Complex.
Project:
Town of Flower Mound Public Works Complex
Client:
Town of Flower Mound
Thumbnail for Twin Points Park Master Plan.
Project:
Twin Points Park Master Plan
Client:
Tarrant Regional Water District
Thumbnail for Post-Game Traffic Analysis.
Project:
Post-Game Traffic Analysis
Client:
City of College Station
Thumbnail for Environmental Sensitivity Index Mapping.
Project:
Environmental Sensitivity Index Mapping
Client:
Texas General Land Office
Thumbnail for Magnolia Inlet Restoration Project.
Project:
Magnolia Inlet Restoration Project
Client:
Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center; Calhoun County
Thumbnail for 1-MG and 5-MG Ground Water Storage Tanks .
Project:
1-MG and 5-MG Ground Water Storage Tanks
Client:
City of Bryan

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