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It Took a Village, to Build the Village of Estero

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

After 33 community meetings, determining a boundary, and obtaining legislative approval of a ballot question, voters went to the ballot box in November 2014 and approved a referendum to incorporate the Estero area of Lee County as a Village. On December 31, 2014, the incorporation became effective, and much more work began.  Once incorporated, the […]

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Breaking Ground for Gateway High School

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

The Lee County School District recently broke ground on the new Gateway High School. The 55.7-acre campus is located east of I-75 at the corner of State Road 82 and Griffin Drive. This will be the County’s 15th high school built to help educate our teens in this fast growing community. The school will feature […]

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Johnson Engineering Presents Findings at the ICOET Conference

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

This past September, Johnson Engineering’s wildlife biologist, Dr. Jennifer Korn, attended the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET) in Sacramento, California. There she presented the results from the project Johnson Engineering recently completed for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District One. The study used remote cameras to monitor wildlife crossings and existing bridge […]

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FGCU Breaks Ground on new Academic Building #9

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

Florida Gulf Coast University’s newest academic building is underway. The team broke ground on Academic Building 9 (AB9), the future home of Integrated Watershed and Coastal Studies, nicknamed “The Water School,” which is slated to open for students the fall semester of 2021. The new building will be the largest on campus, located in the […]

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Supporting Lee County Port Authority’s Aviation Day

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

Johnson Engineering was a proud sponsor of Lee County Port Authority’s (LCPA) 2019 Aviation Day held in November. The annual event held at Page Field airport is a free family friendly aviation-themed affair to help highlight the value brought to our community by aviation and LCPA airports – Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field. […]

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Steve Morrison: 42 Years of Dedication & Commitment

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

Few people can say they had a hand in helping shape a region, but Steve Morrison can. His 42-year career with Johnson Engineering gave him the opportunity to help our community become what it is today.  Born and raised in Fort Myers, Florida, it was always Steve Morrison’s dream to become a pilot in the […]

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Johnson Engineering Now Has a Certified GIS Professional (GISP) on Staff

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

Johnson Engineering has been providing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) solutions and consultation services for private clients, local, regional, and state agencies since the mid-1990s. We utilize GIS technology to visualize, analyze, and interpret spatial data and imagery from a variety of sources in innovative ways to solve problems, answer questions, and perform complex calculations for […]

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The City of Fort Myers Recognizes Johnson Engineering’s 10-year Canal Clean Up Commitment

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

Johnson Engineering received recognition from the City of Fort Myers for our successful efforts cleaning Carrell Canal for the last 10 consecutive years. In 2009, the City initiative began as a way to decrease the amount of litter that flows through the City’s municipal separate storm sewer system, ultimately affecting the health of the Caloosahatchee […]

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Time is of the Essence to Request State and Local Permit Extensions!

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

Time is of the essence to request state and local permit extensions! Recent State of Emergency declaration by the Governor allows extension of many permit durations equal to the emergency period, plus six months. Should you need assistance with this process or for more information, contact Jordan Varble, PE, at [email protected]

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Johnson Engineering Presents at Annual FSA Conference

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

Scientists, engineers, managers, policy makers, and elected officials gathered in June for the 2019 Annual Florida Stormwater Associations (FSA) Conference, themed A Change in Climate – FSA: the Next 25 Years. Johnson Engineering’s Sr. Environmental Scientist, Tim Denison co-presented on two studies titled “Why are the Bacteria Counts in my Stream still so High?“ and […]

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