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The City of Brady selected our team to design a new wastewater treatment plant, unaware at the time that Freese and Nichols has historic ties to the plant. Project Manager Trooper Smith and Assistant Project Manager Coby Gee received the city’s original drawings and noticed that young engineer Bob Nichols with Freese, Nichols and Endress signed and sealed the original sewage treatment plans in 1963.


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Last month, Freese and Nichols attended the annual Water Reuse in Texas conference in Houston. David Jackson, P.E., BCEE, Water/Wastewater Treatment Group Manager, presented an update on the City of Cleburne’s water reuse program. Freese and Nichols has assisted the City with the development of their reuse program since its inception in 1997 and was recently selected to help with expansion of the program to provide additional industrial supply and indirect potable reuse....

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As a leading example of our FNI Water™ best practices, the Trinity River Authority’s (TRA) Central Regional Wastewater System’s On-Site Storage System (OSSS), was recently highlighted in the Water Environment Federation’s April 2014 issue of the Water Environment & Technology (WE&T) publication. This wet weather flow management facility provided TRA with significant cost savings over a traditional wastewater treatment expansion or blending...

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As part of our efforts to convey the focus of our FNI Water™ initiative, we will address each of the key areas in a series of articles. We will discuss how, together, they provide a comprehensive, environmentally-responsible approach to water supply projects through implementation of best practices through every step, from planning to operations. This week, we are highlighting water and wastewater treatment.

Whether needing guidance when facing a more stringent discharge limit, exploring options for incorporating or expanding a reclaimed water system from a treatment...

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Freese and Nichols and Schrickel, Rollins and Associates (SRA) co-hosted a tour of the Midlothian Water Treatment Plant No. 2 last week for the North Central Texas Chapter of the American Water Works Association. The plant, which treats 6 million gallons of water per day, went online in August.

As a subconsultant to SRA, our team provided design services for the plant's microfiltration membrane system, backwash waste disposal system, chemical feed system and an on-site hypochlorite generator...

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