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About 140 students were in attendance as Water and Wastewater Treatment Group Manager David Jackson  presented alongside John Bennett of Trinity River Authority (TRA) at Tarrant County College's STEM Lecture Series on Careers in Clean Water

David and John's presentation included career opportunities, engineering applications and facility operations of water resources recovery facilities. 

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Congratulations to Jessica Brown, Water and Wastewater Master Planning, Fort Worth, on becoming a member of the Texas A&M Civil Engineering Advisory Council​

At career day in 6th grade, Jessica was told, "girls don't go into engineering." Sounds like a challenge that Jessica took to heart! She holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering and has grown her 19-year career as a successful


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The American Public Works Association presented the Public Works Project of the Year award to Jeff Payne for the Texoma-to-Wylie WTP Pipeline Extension. Jeff, who was project manager for the emergency pipeline, represented Freese and Nichols at the national awards ceremony in Minneapolis earlier this year. The project was recognized in the category of Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair greater than $75 million. Jeff was joined by David Burkhart of Garney Construction, project...

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David Sloan, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Fort Worth, was selected by WateReuse Texas as a recipient of the 2016 Ed Archuleta Award.

The award recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions in the field of water reuse within the State of Texas through the significant advancement of reuse, and who have demonstrated leadership in the reuse field. David received the award at the...

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Allison Blake and Erin Flanagan, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Dallas, presented at the Perot Museum's Kosmos Energy STEM Teacher Institute in June and July. The program, attended by K-12th-grade science teachers from North Texas, is designed to improve the quality of science instruction and increase student interest and engagement in STEM subjects.

This year’s program focused on chemistry. Allison and Erin discussed how they became engineers, working at Freese and Nichols, and how chemistry relates to their jobs and...

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