Media Type: Presentations

Delivering Capital Projects: A Young Professional’s Guide to Construction Contracting

Originally presented at 2021 GAWP Annual Conference by Micah Taylor. Intimidated by construction contracting? Learn the basics of construction contract […]

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Fixed Price Design-Build: Fulton County Diversion Line and Pump Station

Originally given at the 2021 GAWP Annual Conference. Freese and Nichols teamed with JDS, Inc. for the Design-Build project execution […]

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Improved Water Quality: How to Shape Development with Incentives Instead of Mandates

Communities can entice developers to help improve water quality and meet higher environmental standards without code mandates. Learn how communities across the US are successfully using incentives and credit programs to drive low-impact development.

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Marvin C. Nichols Presentations Award: Paula Feldman and Jeremy Rice

With examples from Georgia and Texas, Paula and Jeremy highlighted how water conservation and the installation of drought plans has helped avoid approximately $1 billion in projects.

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Nick Landes

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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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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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
Mark Ickert
Kyle Cortiana

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

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 Norair

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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