Media Type: Innovations

Civil Engineering Magazine Features Emergency Riverbank Project in Fort Worth

Our multidisciplinary team applied geomorphology expertise, innovation and a quick response to help Fort Worth Water design and implement emergency repairs for an eroding riverbank in a sensitive area.

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Signature Fort Worth Bridges Shine With RGB Lighting System

The three signature bridges for the Trinity River Vision Panther Island project near downtown Fort Worth feature RGB LED lighting […]

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MAAPnext Flood Control Work Yields Next-Generation Management Tools

Next-generation watershed studies through the MAAPnext program have helped produce the nation’s most comprehensive set of flood hazard maps so Harris County communities can better understand and mitigate their risks.

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Corpus Christi Development Plan Receives APA Texas Award

The APA-Texas Chapter has awarded the City of Corpus Christi’s Development Plan with the 2021 Public Outreach Achievement Award – Gold.

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Brownsville Unified Development Code Recognized by APA Texas

APA Texas recognizes the City of Brownsville’s new Unified Development Code with a Gold Award for Best Practice. The City created a set of development standards and procedures to preserve local character and quality while contributing to the area’s fiscal health, economic development and wellbeing.

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FIS Profile Tool for Unsteady HEC-RAS Models Assists MAAPnext Project

Creating a new, improved hydraulic modeling method helped the Harris County Flood Control District meet a tight schedule for delivering a project to FEMA.

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How a Rate Study Helped Stephenville Fund Water System Improvements

A comprehensive approach to master planning can help identify ways to close funding gaps and move forward quickly with vital capital projects.

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Huntsville Water Improvements Featured in Florida Water Resources Journal

A unified design and hydraulic modeling team was key to addressing the challenges of a complex design and simultaneous project construction in a $25 million bond program.

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Innovative Study Paves the Way for a Car-Free Route in South Austin

The APA-Texas Chapter has chosen the Bergstrom Spur Corridor Study as a recipient of the 2021 Transportation Planning Achievement Award – Silver. It was also featured in the City of Austin’s Urban Trails newsletter. Read more as we share its innovative approaches, practical results and outstanding service.

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Tricia Hatley

Cook Park Rejuvenates Atlanta’s Historic Westside

Both a stormwater solution and a sorely needed green space, Cook Park combines innovative engineering with acres of amenities to show how creative and sustainable infrastructure solutions can help communities thrive.

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Wastewater Bypass in the Heart of Dallas

In downtown Dallas, approximately 40% of the City’s sewer flow passes through a single 90-inch interceptor structure, which was deteriorating and required immediate repair. Because the structure’s site is inaccessible to large construction equipment, critical repairs had to take place from within the structure.

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Sewer Extension Unlocks Megasite’s Economic Potential

Through extensive stakeholder coordination and innovative design and bidding processes, Freese and Nichols helped provide the last piece of the puzzle to position the Megasite as the region’s next large-scale industrial facility.

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