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The ​Waterfront Center has honored the Phyllis J. Tilley Memorial Pedestrian Bridge with an Excellence on the Waterfront award in the park/walkway/recreational category. The Center, a national organization which provides educational services to help communities enhance urban waterfronts, lauded the bridge for its visual appeal and noted that it is the first arch-supported...

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Kelly Dillard, North Texas Stormwater Group Manager, became secretary of the Texas Floodplain Management Association (TFMA) at the group's annual meeting in April.​​

Kelly's term as secretary lasts two years. 

Read her TFMA profile in the group's newsletter, The Lightning Rod, here....

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Congratulations to Bregger Garrison​, Transportation Design, San Antonio, who has been selected to participate in the 2017 Leadership Lab for the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) San Antonio Post.

The Leadership Lab is the Post's annual mentoring program for young members. It is aimed at both up-and-coming leaders and established operational leaders in government and industry....

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Earlier this year, the University of Texas at Austin opened a signature pedestrian bridge that is the first of its kind in the United States. The bridge links the three buildings of the Moody College of Communication complex across a busy city street and serves as a gateway to the campus. Freese and Nichols provided structural engineering and construction management as a sub-consultant to bridge architect Rosales + Partners of Boston, MA. ...

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Congratulations to Claudio Branch, 3D Visualization Coordinator, Fort Worth, who has two photos recognized in the annual American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Bridge Photo Contest.

His photo of the City of Fort Worth's Seventh Street Bridge, designed by TxDOT, was selected as a finalist for the Viewer's Choice Award, along with just 17 other photos of bridges around the world. To vote for Claudio's photo, visit the contest page and click on the Viewer’s Choice Voting tab, then click the Vote button on the photo....

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