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The FYRA team is insightful and ready to serve clients in all phases of levee work, including levee evaluation, levee design/rehabilitation and if required, levee certification for FEMA accreditation. Whether a site requires stream restoration or flood analyses, the FYRA team has the experience and technical knowledge to develop innovative and effective approaches specific to each project.

From site-specific design to community wide management, the FYRA team has the experience and technical expertise to develop innovative stormwater solutions on all levels. FYRA staff will take an integrated approach to improving impaired lakes and reaching water quality goals. The FYRA team has over 20 years in dam experience and the staff has been involved in the planning or design for hundreds of dams and watershed projects.

FYRA Engineering has experience in site investigations, permitting, and agency coordination that allows our team to produce excellent strategic planning and technical work.
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read more › Founded in 2012 by four engineers with expertise in water resources engineering, FYRA is a consulting engineering firm known for responsiveness, agility and service that's truly personal. Taken from the Swedish word for the number four, FYRA represents our four founders but it's more than just a number. Synonymous with the fourth gear of a race car and the launching of a rocket, FYRA represents our ability to adapt quickly to an ever-changing landscape and the responsiveness we strive to show to each and every one of our clients.

read more › We're always on the lookout for motivated, talented people who want to make a difference with the work they do. If you're eager to join a dynamic team of diverse leaders - whether you're a seasoned professional or a recent graduate - we'd like to hear from you. We see problems as an opportunity for creativity, and we're looking for people who want to roll up their sleeves, get to work, and make a difference to the clients and communities we serve.

read more › Dams provide much needed flood control to communities but can often provide many other benefits including habitat creation, water quality improvements, recreation, power generation and in some cases, potable water. The American Society of Civil Engineers has recently given dams a failing grade on their review of America's infrastructure. This is due mainly to the large number of aging structures coupled with the lack of funding programs specifically identified to deal with the problem. The FYRA team has over 25 years in dam experience and the staff has been involved in the planning or design for hundreds of dams and watershed projects.

read more › Levees provide flood control and invaluable protection to communities, critical infrastructure, and the surrounding environment. Recent devastation caused by the catastrophic failure of levees across the country has brought levee policy, flood hazard management and flood insurance into the spotlight of public debate. It is imperative that communities evaluate existing levees to ensure specified desired levels of protection are maintained. The FYRA team is insightful and ready to serve clients in all phases of levee work, including levee evaluation, levee design/rehabilitation and if required, levee certification for FEMA accreditation.

read more › Natural and man-made lakes in the Midwest are valuable resources that provide recreational opportunities, wildlife habitat and aesthetic enjoyment. When lakes become impaired and water quality deteriorates, the beneficial uses diminish and the economic value decreases. This is often caused by sediment and nutrients transported from agricultural and urban sources that accumulate in lakes. This can lead to decreased water clarity, frequent algal blooms, loss of aquatic habitat and potentially harmful levels of bacteria or toxins.

read more › Rivers perform one of nature's most imperative functions of water conveyance. Land use and weather pattern changes over time have caused variations in the volumes and flow regimes through tributaries and main stem channels. These can have adverse impacts on the stream integrity and can overwhelm system capacity. Stream incision, bank erosion and flooding may occur, and can be detrimental to adjacent uplands and local infrastructure. These effects may also impact future planning and decisions regarding new developments.

read more › The FYRA team spent a couple hours helping collect trash. FYRA Engineering enjoys their mentoring relationship with the Papillion-LaVista School District (PLSD) Academy Program. Shown here is Mrs. Sykes and Zoo Academy students. FYRA's Sara Mechtenberg is shown meeting w/. World O! Water is a fun, annual event for people of all ages to learn about the important role that water plays in our lives and community. FYRA really enjoyed. As a member of the Society of Military Engineers (SAME), Lindy volunteered as a student mentor for Papillion Junior High.

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