Utilities play a fundamental part in our everyday lives, yet we take for granted the vast systems of water, irrigation and sewer lines that run beneath us, and the engineering it took to provide such consistent service. The utilities market group of Johnson Engineering is a highly motivated and energetic group of professionals dedicated to the water and wastewater industry. Our expertise has brought water to fire hydrants, drinking fountains, and swimming pools throughout Florida and provided wastewater systems for entire communities. As the population grows, utilities infrastructure must be engineered with expansion in mind. Foresight, which saves money and time, is a strength of our team.
Johnson Engineering has provided the City of Fort Myers with the preliminary design, surveying, design, permitting, construction observation, and alternative funding investigation, for the replacement of approximately 90,000 linear feet of gravity sewer main, 26,000 linear feet of potable water main and improvements to the existing drainage system. We have worked closely with a funding agency to obtain a loan from the State Revolving Fund Loan Program, administered by Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection to aid with city budget restraints.
Johnson Engineering provided Bonita Springs Utilities with the preliminary design, survey, design, permitting, bidding services, and construction observation for approximately 18,000 linear feet of gravity sewer main, three lift stations, 18,500 linear feet of potable water main located within various communities in Bonita Springs.
Johnson Engineering is currently providing the City of Fort Myers with the preliminary design, hydraulic analysis, survey, design, permitting, subsurface utility investigation, and construction phase services for approximately 14,000 linear feet of a 16-inch sewer transmission main. As part of the preliminary design report, we analyzed the performance of approximately 30 pump stations and provided recommendations on upgrades needed as a result of the wastewater improvements.
Johnson Engineering provided Lee County Utilities with the design, permitting, bidding services, and construction observation for the relocation of approximately 16,000 linear feet of 36-inch water main to accommodate for road and drainage improvements along Alico Road in Fort Myers.
Johnson Engineering provided Bonita Springs Utilities with the preliminary design, survey, permitting, bidding services, and construction observation for approximately 22,000 linear feet of raw water transmission main ranging in size from 20 to 30-inches. The design also included crossing I-75 via directional drill consisting of 42-inch casing pipe over 400 linear feet in length.
Johnson Engineering provided Bonita Springs Utilities with the survey, design, permitting, bidding services, and construction observation for approximately 17,000 linear feet of potable water main and 5,800 linear feet of 24-inch force main within the San Carlos Estates subdivision located in Bonita Springs.
Johnson Engineering provided the City of Fort Myers with the preliminary design, survey, design, permitting and construction observation for a master pump station to serve nine proposed developments in the City of Fort Myers along Treeline Avenue. The design included evaluating three scenarios outlined in the City’s master plan that would send 4,000 gpm to the existing South and Central Treatment Plants or the future East Treatment Facility.
Johnson Engineering provided a wastewater master plan for the City of Naples unsewered service areas, consisting of approximately 2,400 single family lots. The study included evaluating the existing wastewater infrastructure for usage, providing a preliminary layout of the proposed system and providing an estimated probable construction cost and cost breakdown for each street.