Three Planning Projects Win APA Texas Awards

Three Freese and Nichols projects have won 2022 Texas Planning Awards from the American Planning Association – Texas Chapter. These awards continue to reinforce the firm’s expertise and strong client relationships:

Aspire Pflugerville 2040 Plan

  • Comprehensive Planning Award
  • Client: City of Pflugerville, Texas
  • Project Manager: Chance Sparks, Urban Planning + Design, San Marcos

Cleburne Zoning Ordinance

  • Public Outreach Award, Gold
  • Client: City of Cleburne
  • Project Manager: Daniel Harrison, Urban Planning + Design, Dallas

Old Seabrook Livable Center Study

  • Urban Design Award, Silver
  • Client: Houston-Galveston Area Council
  • Project Manager: Shad Comeaux, Sales, Pearland


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