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 cyber security, construction, veterinary, and culinary academies as part of the curriculum.

Johnson Engineering was selected as the civil engineer and will assist the lead architect, BSSW, with the overall site design for the complex, which include a stormwater management plan, environmental assessments, utility infrastructure, roadway and parking areas, and permitting. Working closely with Lee County School District staff, BSSW and the rest of the design team, we will help to make sure the school is on track to be ready for students in the fall of 2021.

For more information, contact Dana Hume at [email protected].