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Pacheco Koch

6100 Western Place

Suite 1001

Fort Worth 76107



As Fort Worth grows, so too does Pacheco Koch.

The firm, with officers in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and – more recently – Celina, offers full-service civil engineering, land surveying and landscape architecture services to both public and private sector clients.

The Fort Worth office, which opened with three employees, now has more than 30.

Nicholas Nelson joined the firm in 2014 to begin building the landscape architecture group in the firm’s Fort Worth office.

His success at leading and developing the teams as a senior project manager resulted in his promotion last year to associate principal and a member of the senior management team.

“This success is due to Nick’s dedication and value of community, industry relationships and developing an environment where young professionals on his team can grow and develop,” says Chandler Growald of CKG Architecture Inc., who has worked with Pacheco Koch locally. “His favorite projects include those that directly involve the community in the design process.”

The many projects with which Nelson and the company have been involved include the Oak Street streetscape, Roanoke; Grapevine Creek trails, Coppell; Independence Park, Trophy Club; Rush Creek Dog Park, Arlington; and the Trophy Club Aquatic Complex.

Pacheco Koch has also been involved in many community projects. Nelson and his team donated time and materials to build a temporary dog park in South Fort Worth through the Envision Hemphill project with Near Southside Inc.

According to the company’s website: “We are focused on combining the latest technologies with a responsive, client-oriented staff to provide the best professional service possible.”

The company has also encouraged a team approach and fostered a collaborative environment. That, in turn, has led the company to receive many awards in the “Best Places to Work” category over the years. – FWBP Staff

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