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Freese and Nichols welcomes Jessica Rodriguez, P.E., to our Central Texas transportation team. A professional engineer with 28 years of transportation engineering experience, Jessica will lead the transportation effort in our Austin office as a senior project manager.

Read the full announcement in our News section.

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The Clearfork Main Street Bridge was spotlighted on Good Morning Texas on Wednesday, Sept. 18. WFAA/Channel 8 reporter Paige McCoy Smith bicycled along the pedestrian bridge and interviewed Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Streams and Valleys...

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Streams and Valleys presents Opening Day at the Clearfork Main Street Pedestrian Bridge, Thursday, Sept. 19.

Ribbon-cutting and dedication of public artworks: 9:30 a.m. Trail party and evening stroll: 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Bring your friends! Enjoy refreshments, music and special presentations by artists Devon Nowlin and Tommy Fitzpatrick. Then throw on your running shoes and do the "Oxbow Stroll," a casual, two-mile run/walk/bike to Heart of the Ranch and back.


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Fort Worth’s Phyllis J. Tilley Bridge ribbon cutting and dedication event is taking place on Saturday, August 25. The pedestrian bridge is the first arch-supported, stress ribbon bridge in the United States and will link the City's Trinity Trails, Trinity Park and Cultural District to downtown Fort Worth.

Click here to watch several phases of the Tilley Bridge construction.

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The blue glow emanating from Trinity Park last Friday night will soon become a feature of the Fort Worth landscape. Freese and Nichols tested the lighting of the Phyllis J. Tilley Memorial Pedestrian Bridge, and it passed with flying —walking? — colors.

The arch-supported stress ribbon bridge, the first of its kind in the United States, spans the Clear Fork of the Trinity River and connects Fort Worth's downtown and Cultural District. It is named for Phyllis J. Tilley, who helped found river beautification initiatives such as Mayfest and Streams and Valleys.

A dedication and...

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