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Freese and Nichols is excited to participate in this week’s Texas Floodplain Management Association’s 2016 Spring Conference in Houston, March 9-11. We are proud to partner with TFMA as a Zone X sponsor.

We invite you to visit us in booth 510 and receive a customized luggage tag. Also, be sure to catch our presentations during the technical sessions:

Thursday, March 10

Track C - Floodplain Management Tools

10:00 a.m. - Dam Hazard


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Congratulations to our two new Professional Engineers – Keith Byrne, Stormwater, Fort Worth, and Jeremy Dixon, Water Resources, Houston. Both passed the eight-hour exam administered in October by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers.

We now have 191 employees licensed as Professional Engineers in Texas, 26 licensed in North Carolina and 22 licensed in Oklahoma.

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Cottonwood Creek is a small urban channel passing through Sandy Lane Park in east Fort Worth. The City of Fort Worth recently discovered that erosion had resulted in loss of park land and damage to City infrastructure, including the collapse of a portion of Sandy Lane Park Drive and a storm drain outfall.

Under an on-call fluvial geomorphological services contract with the City of Fort Worth, our team assessed the channel’s erosion and unstable areas, evaluated solutions...

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TagsFluvial Geomorphology, erosion repair, hydraulic analysis,

Jill Trevino, P.E., CFM, was appointed to two State Chair positions at the Texas Floodplain Management Association (TFMA) Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday, May 27, 2014.

After serving six months as the Secretary of the TFMA Stormwater Committee, Jill has been named a co-chair of the statewide committee on stormwater practices, along with Steve Eubanks of the City of Fort Worth. Jill and Steve are charged with...

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Congratulations to Derek Sellers, an Engineer IV in the Stormwater Group in Fort Worth, who has been named the 2013 Edmund Friedman Young Engineer of the Year by the Fort Worth Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The award recognizes the professional contributions of younger ASCE members.

His notable projects include the Green Meadows Drainage Improvements in Arlington, the Stewart Creek Watershed Study​ in Frisco, the Delaware Creek Channel Improvements in Irving, and the...

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