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Freese and Nichols is exhibiting at the 2015 American Planning Association Quad State Conference, October 21-23 in Kansas City. Visit our planners to discuss your projects and help us celebrate the Edmond Downtown Master Plan, named Outstanding Plan by the Oklahoma Chapter of the American Planning...

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Join Freese and Nichols at the Society for College and University Planning 2015 Southern Regional Conference, October 11-13 in Fort Worth. We hope you can attend Urban Planning + Design Group Manager Wendy Shabay’s presentation on Tuesday, October 13:

Renaissance Through Partnerships:...

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Join Freese and Nichols on Tuesday, Sept. 1 for the Envision™ Sustainability Professional Credentialing Class. This one-day training course, led by two of Freese and Nichols’ sustainability experts, will prepare participants to take the Envision™ Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) exam. This class will include a detailed look at each of the Envision™ credit categories,...

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As people across the globe join together to celebrate Earth Day, many minds often turn to how we can make a difference and make the world a better place to live. For Freese and Nichols, improving quality of life is a topic on our minds daily. While our projects and employees embrace sustainability in a variety of ways, through low-impact development, reuse, energy efficiency, and other means, we are linked by a single, uniting interpretation.

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In West Texas, Project Manager Brandon Gonzalez has helped the City of Odessa energize public participation for the Envision Odessa Comprehensive Plan. “As we started the project we scoped out a number of meetings, and at first we didn’t have good attendance,” he says. Then they tried a completely different approach to public involvement. The team reached out to different sections of the community, holding meetings with African American and Latino residents as well as a downtown walking tour, changing...

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