Civil + Structural Engineer Highlights Our 125th
The article, headlined "Fort Worth-based Freese and Nichols Grounded in History, Innovation," explores our founding, philosophy and future.
Here's the opening:
The day the City of Edmond, Oklahoma, raised the 2-million-gallon bowl of its newest water tower during the summer, dozens of residents arrived to set their lawn chairs out at sunrise, watch the action and chat with the Freese and Nichols engineers who designed and oversaw construction of the structure. It was like a community tailgating party, with company staff members handing out water bottles to visitors on a toasty July morning while celebrating this milestone with city leaders and staff.
This picture-perfect example of Freese and Nichols' immersion in the communities we serve illustrates a key component of how our firm has thrived over our 125-year history. Engineering firms have the chance to make people's lives better, and we take that challenge to heart. We've endured by adhering to a consistent philosophy defined by these main elements: take care of our employees, provide excellent service to our clients, invest in our communities, operate ethically and promote innovation.