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Improving Water Quality North of Lake Okeechobee

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

Lykes Bros. Inc.’s Brighton Valley Dispersed Water Management Project is officially up and running, storing and treating stormwater just north of Lake Okeechobee.  For more than a century, Lykes Bros. Inc. has been a leading agribusiness in Florida, with over 337,000 acres owned statewide. They have proactively used their resources to address environmental issues by […]

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Lehigh Acres getting a New Middle School

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

Students planning to attend Lehigh Acres Middle school in the fall of 2021 will start their school year in a brand-new facility. The campus stretches over 42.5-acres and is being constructed east of Homestead on Sunrise Drive to help alleviate capacity issues for the Lee County School District’s East Zone. In lieu of a large […]

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The Clean Waterways Act – How Could it Affect you?

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

Senate Bill 712 “The Clean Waterways Act” of the 2020 Florida legislative session requires the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) to review and make changes to the Environmental Resource Permit (ERP) especially related to water quality. It will also address some changes to the 10-2 rule, the certification of qualification to use a General […]

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A Spotlight On Project Management

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

Amanda Martin has been a member of the Johnson Engineering team since 2002 and is a Planner II responsible for zoning analysis, preliminary site assessments and the planning and distribution of permitting packages for County, City, State and Federal Agencies. She maintains daily communication with government agencies and has conducted numerous research studies, including an […]

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Peace River Water Supply Peace of Mind

Sunday, June 21st, 2020

The peaceful, scenic, and ever-changing Peace River is a viable water source for many in Southwest Florida. Consequently, dredging projects are vital to ensure the reliability of the pumping facilities that deliver this water to storage reservoirs.  The Peace River Regional Water Supply Facility (PRF) in DeSoto County relies upon surface water from the Peace […]

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USFWS Proposes Critical Habitat for the Endangered Florida Bonneted Bat

Sunday, June 21st, 2020

Following the 2013 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) listing of the Florida bonneted bat (FBB) as endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), state and federal wildlife agencies, private consultants, and researchers have conducted numerous studies and surveys to better understand the biology and life history of the species. On June 10, 2020, the […]

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Full Depth Reclamation: Stabilized vs. Unstabilized

Sunday, June 21st, 2020

Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) is an increasingly popular alternative for roadway rehabilitation. The process is simple; a roadway reclaimer or mixer is used to physically mix an existing roadway in place. The existing asphalt and a certain portion of the base is blended together, often with an additive to help stabilize the new composite material. […]

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Water Quality Sampling Continues During COVID-19 Pandemic

Sunday, June 21st, 2020

Wearing masks and maintaining social distance in the open air, Johnson Engineering Environmental Scientists Tim Denison and Abe Elizarraraz continue to collect water quality samples near Estero Bay for the City of Bonita Springs water quality monitoring project. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, these samples are collected and tested as part of the Total Maximum […]

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Citrus Park Community Vision Coming To Reality

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

The new, long-term vision neighborhood improvements at Citrus Park RV & Manufactured Home community are currently underway.  As their home page states, “Citrus Park is a unique oasis situated in the heart of Southwest Florida that caters to the active lifestyle for those who want to enjoy all the Gulf Coast has to offer.” This […]

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Two New Libraries Open in Lee County

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

The North Fort Myers and Bonita Springs Public Libraries are now open for readers! Last year Lee County was fortunate enough to be able to replace both aging facilities with brand new buildings. Both libraries have more than doubled their square footage, offering patrons more room and a brighter state-of-the-art space. In addition to the […]

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