Tag: Infrastructure

“One Water” Guide Taps SARA Green Infrastructure Project

A Texas Hill Country guidebook on water stewardship features low-impact development guidelines Freese and Nichols drafted for the San Antonio River Authority and San Antonio’s Brooks Development.

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David Munn
Xi Zhao

Lead and Copper Rule: Where Should I Start?

Starting now will give you the best chance to successfully navigate the changes. That early effort should include stakeholder communication, risk assessment, scheduling, budgeting and resourcing.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Chuck Gilman to Lead Large Water Infrastructure Programs

Freese and Nichols has added Chuck Gilman, PE, PMP, an experienced public works leader, to our program management team to […]

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Freese and Nichols Hires Lewis Bernard to Lead Stormwater Pump Station Projects

Freese and Nichols has hired Lewis Bernard, PE, a broadly experienced mechanical engineer, to lead stormwater pump station projects and […]

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Trooper Smith

Georgia Water Funding Applications Due Feb. 26

Water and wastewater infrastructure are endearingly labeled the offensive linemen of public works. Nobody knows about them until there’s a […]

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Mark Evans

Apply for Texas Revolving Fund Water Project Financing by March 3

Want your water project to be included in the initial Project Priority List for Texas’ SFY2022 State Revolving Fund? Freese […]

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Mike Wayts

Reducing Flood Risks With a Citywide Watershed Master Plan

The City of Fayetteville recognized that fortifying for the future required taking a broad look at resilience. Now, they’re finding […]

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Jeff Taylor

How Smart City Digital Linking Can Improve Disaster Management

Chuck Wolf, a water program manager in the Houston office who also teaches engineering at Texas A&M University, recently co-authored […]

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Trey Shanks

Input Wanted for MS4 Needs Assessment Survey

MS4 stormwater program managers have until the end of May to give their input for the second MS4 Needs Assessment […]

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Adam Conner

Coronavirus Exposes Long-Standing Infrastructure Funding Vulnerabilities

The coronavirus pandemic is teaching everyone the value of water unlike any experience we’ve ever had. With hand washing with […]

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Thomas Haster

Learn the Ins and Outs of Tunneling at April 14 ASCE Webinar

Tunnels have become a new tool for urban infrastructure projects to maximize the level of service and minimize disruption to […]

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Elizabeth Palasota

How COVID-19 is Affecting the Transportation Industry

Many agencies in the transportation industry are continuing to work during the coronavirus outbreak, while taking necessary precautions to protect […]

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