Project Funding

Project Funding

Freese and Nichols understands the growing demands on public entities’ budgets, and we know how challenging it is to secure funding assistance. With years of experience working with state agencies, federal agencies and financial institutions, our funding team has helped our clients secure almost $3 billion in loans and grants for projects. We help you identify funding sources for capital improvement initiatives, select the right opportunity, navigate the application process, and ultimately obtain the funding you need.

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Our funding services
  • Funding identification and selection
  • Application preparation and coordination
  • Cost estimates
  • Public meetings, hearings and notices
  • Communication with funding agencies
  • Tailoring invoices to meet funding agency reporting requirements
  • Program compliance
  • Management of projects using grants and loans
Types of funding we pursue
  • Feasibility study grants
  • Planning grants and loans
  • Design grants and loans
  • Construction grants and loans
  • Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)
  • Collaborative project delivery
  • Rate studies
  • Impact fees
Our clients’ most popular programs
  • Texas Water Development Board
  • EPA State Revolving Funds
  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Mitigation Program
  • CDBG Disaster Recovery Program
  • FEMA Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC)
  • DOT Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) Grants

Featured Projects

  • Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion, City of Brady, Texas
  • Raw Water Pump Station, City of Beaumont, Texas
  • Funding Assistance, City of Kerrville, Texas
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion, City of Cleburne, Texas
  • Funding Applications, North Alamo Water Supply Corporation, Texas
  • Wolf Creek Restoration at Goode Park, Roanoke County, Virginia
  • Principal Forgiveness, City of Weatherford, Texas
  • Main Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements, City of Port Arthur, Texas
  • Bois d’Arc Lake, North Texas Municipal Water District
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