Environmental Project Manager Joins Freese And Nichols In Fort Worth
FORT WORTH, TX Freese and Nichols, Inc. announces that Charles Gaddy, PE, PG, has joined the firm as a Senior Environmental Project Manager in Fort Worth, Texas. With more than three decades of experience in environmental consulting, Gaddy will strengthen the firm's ability to deliver large-scale capital improvement programs for public- and private-sector clients throughout the state.
"Charles' deep knowledge, coupled with his familiarity with local environmental projects, complements Freese and Nichols' existing environmental services and positions us to explore new opportunities with municipalities," said Kimberly Buckley, PG, Associate and Environmental Scientist at Freese and Nichols. "His experience managing big-picture remediation projects will enhance the services we provide to our partners for many years to come."
A seasoned engineer and geologist, Gaddy has experience ranging from soil and groundwater assessment to remediation design and construction. He is an expert in navigating the Texas Risk Reduction Program and solid and hazardous waste management. Most recently, Gaddy has played a key role in the environmental assessment and remediation for the Trinity River Vision Authority and is heavily involved in the Lower Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir mitigation program. He has worked on environmental projects for numerous state agencies, including the Texas Department of Transportation and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, as well as many cities nationwide.
Gaddy holds two master's degrees from Vanderbilt University, one in geology and the other in environmental and water resources engineering, and a bachelor's degree in geology from the University of Southwestern Louisiana, now known as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.