Three Planning Projects Win APA Texas Awards

Three Freese and Nichols projects have won Project of the Year Awards from the American Planning Association – Texas Chapter. These awards strengthen our valuable client relationships, and the diversity of our winning projects shows the wide range of our expertise:

City of Corpus Christi Area Development Plans

  • Gold Award for Public Outreach
  • Client: City of Corpus Christi
  • Project Manager: Shad Comeaux, Urban Planner, Pearland
Presentation of the APA award to Corpus Christi
Chance Sparks of Freese and Nichols, presenting the award in his capacity as APA Texas President; Dan McGinn, Director of the City of Corpus Christi Planning Department; and Shad Comeaux, Freese and Nichols Project Manager

Brownsville Unified Development Code

  • Gold Award for Best Practice
  • Client: City of Brownsville
  • Project Manager: Chance Sparks, Urban Planner, San Marcos
Freese and Nichols’ Dawn Warrick, second from left, and Chance Sparks, fourth from left, with City of Brownsville staff members

Bergstrom Spur Corridor Study

Ellen Emeric, Freese and Nichols Planner; Kattie Wettick, City of Austin Urban Trails Program Manager; and Nicholas Samuel, CAMPO Regional Planner