Celebrating 73 years in Business: 1946-2019
  • Land Development
  • Planning & Landscape Architecture
  • Water Resources
  • Environmental
  • Surveying & Mapping
  • Transportation
  • Utilities

Our New Eye In The Sky Drone Allows Us To See The Big Picture

Thursday, June 27th, 2019

Johnson Engineering is now offering aerial drone services to our clients, enabling us to see entire projects from above.  Having our own in-house drone pilot allows us to create cost-effective, high-quality drone-based aerial images and video, data for analysis, surveying, aerial mapping, and more. David Isley of the firm’s environmental group was the first to […]

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Johnson Engineering Donates $100K Worth of Equipment to School District

Thursday, June 27th, 2019

Johnson Engineering donated 45 workstation cubicles and flat file cabinets to the School District of Lee County (SDLC), valuing more than $100,000. Throughout our last 73 years in business, we have accumulated quite a collection of workstation cubicles, shelves, and accessories. When we built our new corporate office, the adjacent mid-century brick building we originally […]

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North Fort Myers Residents Get New Community Pool

Thursday, June 27th, 2019

The North Fort Myers Community Pool has served County residents and visitors for nearly 60 years. Lee County Parks and Recreation staff identified that the aging facility required an overhaul to bring it up to codes and meet the needs of the growing community. Our engineers and landscape designers worked with Lee County Parks and […]

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2019 FDOT Transportation Symposium – Greenbook Update

Thursday, June 27th, 2019

Johnson Engineering’s Director of Water Resources, Andy Tilton, PE, recently presented at the 2019 Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Transportation Symposium in Orlando. Andy sits on the Florida Greenbook Advisory Committee, so he was able to share updates to the 2020 Greenbook Drainage chapter, which identifies the uniform minimum standards for design, construction, and maintenance […]

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Breaking Ground on Lovers Key Welcome & Discovery Center

Friday, March 29th, 2019

Ten years in the making, the park’s vision is finally becoming a reality as they break ground on the new Lovers Key Welcome & Discovery Center. For the park staff and the Friends of Lovers Key (FOLKS) support organization, this new Welcome & Discovery Center was always something they longed for, envisioning a space that […]

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Johnson Engineering Receives Florida State Parks Foundation 2018 Corporate Excellence Award

Friday, March 29th, 2019

The Florida State Parks Foundation recognized Johnson Engineering as the recipient of their 2018 Corporate Excellence Award. The award recognized our employees for their outstanding volunteerism to ensure the preservation and well-being of Lovers Key State Park. For 15 consecutive years, Johnson Engineering employees have volunteered their time for the company’s annual cleaning and fixing […]

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Small County Outreach & Assistance Programs (SCOP/SCRAP)

Friday, March 29th, 2019

There are roughly 271,000 lane miles of roadway in Florida, only 44,000 of which are located on the State Highway System. The remaining 84% of roadways fall under local jurisdiction for operation and maintenance. In rural counties, limited budgets often mean reduced or no roadway maintenance, unfortunately resulting in an increased rate of deterioration. To […]

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Neighborhood Plan Helps Create a Sense of Place by Design

Friday, March 29th, 2019

Habitat for Humanity of Collier County is dedicated to raising the bar for workforce housing. They are advancing the cause with a thoughtfully designed new community in East Naples. Our planners and engineers helped rezone 23 acres to expand the Regal Acres neighborhood with an innovative plan for 116 single family homes priced for working […]

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Tape Grass Restoration in the Caloosahatchee River

Friday, December 28th, 2018

A public/private/academic partnership is helping to restore grass flats and reclaim marine habitats lost during the past decade within the upper basin of the Caloosahatchee River. Historically, the tidal Caloosahatchee River and estuaries were filled with meadows of American eelgrass, also known as tape grass or wild celery. Contrary to their name, they are not […]

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South Lee County Now Has a New Medical Facility

Friday, December 28th, 2018

Lee Health has officially opened the new state-of-the-art Coconut Point Health and Wellness Facility in Estero, located on the corner of Coconut Road and Via Coconut Point Road. The 163,000 square foot medical facility includes a cutting-edge emergency department, outpatient services, family practice professionals, a rehabilitation center, woman’s health services, and a full-service pharmacy. This […]

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