Freese and Nichols, Inc., a consulting firm that serves municipalities, counties and utilities across the Southeast, has expanded its presence in North Carolina by opening an office in Greensboro. This increased regional investment enhances the capabilities and services provided by the firm’s team in Raleigh.
“Our new office strengthens our ability to serve clients and foster new relationships in the Triad, as well as in western North Carolina and southern Virginia,” said Mike Wayts, North Carolina division manager. “Freese and Nichols has built a solid reputation throughout the region, and I am confident that the Greensboro team will provide the same outstanding service that our partners have come to expect from us.”
Freese and Nichols provides a broad range of services to plan, design and manage public infrastructure projects. In 2016, the firm acquired Lotic Solutions, based in Graham, which specializes in geomorphology, stormwater management and environmental science.
A sampling of Freese and Nichols’ recent and ongoing projects:
- Developing a watershed protection plan for three streams for the Town of Kernersville
- Providing program management for the Town of Chapel Hill’s $40.3 million bond and capital improvement program
- Designing wastewater treatment plant improvements for the City of Morganton
- Restoring an impaired trout stream — including 5,000 feet of bank stabilization — for Roanoke County, Virginia
- Analyzing sediment transport for the relocation of a raw water intake for the Town of Pulaski, Virginia
The Greensboro office is at 717 Green Valley Road, Suite 200; its phone number is 336-790-6744.
About Freese and Nichols
Freese and Nichols, Inc. is a professional consulting firm serving clients across the Southeast and Southwest United States. With sustainability in mind, Freese and Nichols plans, designs and manages infrastructure projects. It is the only engineering/architecture firm to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Learn more at www.freese.com.