Media Type: Innovations

Less Grit for a Longer Life

When grit is not sufficiently removed from influent wastewater, it significantly impacts a wastewater treatment plant. Grit wears down equipment […]

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A Better View of Austin’s Bats

The more than 2.6 million visitors who use the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike-Trail each year now have a safer […]

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Renovations for Readiness

For eight years and counting, Freese and Nichols has been helping the Texas Army National Guard upgrade aging facilities across the […]

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Mapping Better Asset Management

The Central Regional Wastewater System is one of the largest treatment plants in Texas, and its owner, the Trinity River […]

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Bringing Back the Creek

Glade Creek flows through an urban park and is stocked with trout, making it a popular destination for anglers. However, […]

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A Path Toward a Vibrant Vision

Texas City needed a catalyst. Although it has many strong assets as a deepwater port, the City was concerned about […]

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Flood Relief to Transform a Community

In Atlanta’s Vine City and English Avenue community, stormwater runoff into the combined sewer system had caused significant flooding and […]

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Bigger and Brighter at DFW Airport

DFW International Airport has undergone many changes, both visible and behind the scenes, throughout the past eight years. Freese and Nichols […]

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After the Storm, Answering the Call

When Hurricane Matthew struck North Carolina, high floodwaters washed away a critical section of a 24-inch water main along a […]

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