Integrated Water Resource Planning

Integrated water resource planning empowers community leaders and water managers with a greater understanding and practical solutions for their water supply challenges today and in the future. For utilities, a strong customized water planning strategy will convert resource challenges to opportunities, support system adaptability and resiliency, and mitigate uncertainties. For communities, it will enhance quality of life, protect natural resources, and create a long-term legacy of resource management.

In 1894, Freese and Nichols founder John Hawley became one of Texas’ first water consulting engineers. Since then, our firm has provided actionable answers to clients’ water, wastewater, and stormwater management issues using integrated water resource planning techniques.

  • Surface water supply modeling and development
  • Climate resilience
  • Groundwater science and planning
  • Storage and conveyance
  • Resource recovery and advanced treatment
  • Stormwater management
  • Demand management
  • Environmental science, permitting and regulatory compliance
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Aquifer Storage and Recovery Demonstration Study

Tarrant Regional Water District, Texas

Bois d’Arc Lake

North Texas Municipal Water District

Bois d’Arc Lake Operations Plan

North Texas Municipal Water District

Comprehensive Planning Services

Eastern Oklahoma County Partnership

Municipal Water Conservation Planning Tool

Texas Water Development Board

Water Conservation Study

San Antonio Water System, Texas

Water Rights Permitting for System Operations Permit

Brazos River Authority, Texas

Raw Water Supply Master Plan

San Jacinto River Authority, Texas

Water Supply Resiliency Plan Phase One

North Texas Municipal Water District