Media Type: Presentations

Nick Landes Ph.D.

Why Influent Monitoring Matters for Design and Operations

Presented at the GAWP Virtual Fall 2020 Conference Series. Raw wastewater influent is a critical factor governing the design and […]

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Jamie Joyner

FEMA Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) Technical Workshop

Presented at the Georgia Association of Floodplain Management 2020 conference. This workshop describes what the FEMA Letter of Map Change […]

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Freese and Nichols

A Strategic Step in Fort Worth Water’s Asset Management Journey

Fort Worth Water (FWW) has been traveling the asset management journey for many years. Recently, FWW made a strategic step […]

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Eric Nease

What is AWIA? And What Am I Required to do?

Presented at the Georgia Rural Water Association Spring Conference. Download PDF

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Freese and Nichols

Minimize Your Footprint and Maintenance Headaches

Trench type wet wells have been found to be suitable for various design parameters. Wet pit and dry pit/wet pit […]

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Ed Dickson, P.E.
Mark Ickert, P.E.
Kyle Cortiana, P.E.

Learning From Our Neighbors

While it may be true that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” there are many instances where a community […]

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Allison Blake
John Logan

Taking AIM At Asset Management

Presented at the Texas Water conference in Houston by Allison Blake, Freese and Nichols, and John Logan, Trinity River Authority. […]

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Stephen G. Norair II, P.G.

Getting to the Root of Erosion – Dendrogeomorphology as a Streambank Erosion Assessment Tool

Damages associated with erosion and sedimentation processes have negative economic, infrastructural, ecological, and water resource impacts on numerous watersheds throughout […]

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Allison Blake

Enabling Success in Enterprise Asset Management

The Trinity River Authority (TRA) Central Regional Wastewater System (CRWS) Treatment Plant in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex has implemented an […]

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Freese and Nichols

MS4 Compliance and Stormwater Asset Management

How do successful stormwater program managers make it happen?  MS4 program compliance requirements continue to increase on top of existing […]

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Brian Gettinger

Tunneling: An Innovative Approach to Moving Stormwater

Tunneling is inherently low-impact and can move and store stormwater with very little effect on the surface, benefiting communities and […]

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Scott Maughn, PE
Daniel Huffines, PE

A Trenchless Approach to Lift Station Elimination

Initially in 2004, a local municipal client, approached Freese and Nichols, Inc. (FNI), about decommissioning a small lift station that […]

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