Kevin Winter, P.E.
Kevin is the firm’s director of development services. He joined Johnson Engineering in 1986 as a civil engineer with responsibilities for all phases of utility, drainage and road design. He became a partner in the firm in 1992. Kevin has served as the firm’s project manager on some of our signature projects including the Boston Red Sox Spring Training Facility JetBlue Park at Fenway South; the Southwest Florida International Airport’s (RSW) Remediation for Hazardous Wildlife project; the 706-acre Forum of Fort Myers, which involved many different developments; the +/- 1,600,000 sq. ft. retail lifestyle center, Gulf Coast Town Center; the City of Fort Myers Downtown Detention Basin, and the Downtown Library projects. As a result, Kevin is very familiar with all the permitting, design and construction issues relating to these types of large projects.
Dana Hume, P.E.
Dana joined Johnson Engineering in 1989 and has nearly three decades of civil engineering experience. During his time with the firm, Dana has overseen residential, commercial, educational, and institutional projects. In addition to managing the development department in Lee County since 2005, his responsibilities include being the project manager and professional engineer for all phases of development, including site planning, infrastructure design, government agency permitting, quality control, construction administration and contributing to LEEDs credits while continually coordinating with his clients, consultants, and team members to meet the client’s vision, goals, and schedule. Dana manages development projects for many clients, such as Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida Southwestern State College, and Lee Health.
Christopher Beers, P.E., P.S.M.
Chris joined Johnson Engineering in 2006 and is the branch manager of our Charlotte County office. His relevant experience includes years of managing civil engineering projects of all scopes and scales, including stormwater, utilities, transportation, aviation, and land development for both public and private clientele. During his time in Port Charlotte, Chris has provided leadership for several Charlotte County capital projects including stormwater, parks and transportation projects. He can take a project from conception to as-built performing or managing the multiple disciplines needed to bring a project together. He has a diverse background in permitting and agency (Federal, State and local) compliance. He has represented projects and clients in a variety of public processes and led community involvement in meetings. Chris was the project manager on projects such as Charlotte County Regional Parks, Greater Port Charlotte Storm Structures, and Charlotte County Sidewalks.
Jared Brown, P.E.
Jared joined Johnson Engineering in 2011 as a project manager responsible for the day to day operations of the Naples office. A resident of Collier County since 1999, Jared has worked on a wide range of projects in and around Naples. He has worked with non-profits, local municipalities, developers, architects, engineers and contractors on multiple simultaneous projects. Serving as the point of contact for clients, project design teams and sub-consultants. Jared has been responsible for project management, civil design, drawing preparation, specifications and construction observation for commercial, institutional and residential projects. Including project engineer for utility and roadway infrastructure at Ave Maria and project manager for the development of the Naples Botanical Garden.
Debi joined Johnson Engineering in 1996, and currently works as the development project coordinator and project manager within the firm’s development group, providing a wide range of development and planning services. Her responsibilities include performing feasibility studies to determine the best use or limits of the property for the purpose intended, including uncovering specific site features that may cause the expenditure of excessive time and money in obtaining the permits necessary for development. The studies include, but are not limited to, environmental issues, availability of utilities, flood elevations and fill requirements, zoning issues, comprehensive plan compliance and transportation related issues.
Tyler Sharpe, P.E.
Tyler began his career at Johnson Engineering in 2012 with the transportation group as an engineer intern where he gained experienced in roadway design, traffic analysis and plan production. He transferred to the Land Development group where he is now a professionally registered engineer responsible for such tasks as contract development, project management, construction plan review, cost estimation, permitting through all government agencies, coordination with developer, design team, and construction team, and on-site construction inspection. Tyler has gained experience in a variety of different types of land development including commercial, industrial, institutional, single family residential, and multi-family residential.
Ryan Scott, E.I.
Ryan has worked for Johnson Engineering since 2005. He is an engineer intern and works on a variety of land development and planning projects, including site design, site grading, drainage system layout, underground utilities layout, earthwork calculations, construction cost estimates, plan production, permitting, coordinating with outside consultants, on-site construction inspection, and master concept plans. His experience thus far includes institutional, healthcare, commercial, single and multi-family, industrial and sports complex projects.
Zachary Stone, E.I.
Zak joined Johnson Engineering in 2014 after graduating from Florida Gulf Coast University. He brings a range of skills to the project team with experience in transportation, development, and utility related projects. Since joining the Johnson Engineering team Zak has worked on projects for Collier County Utilities, Collier County Transportation, the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, and the City of Naples. He has experience with various governmental agencies including FDEP, SFWMD, FDOT, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). He has also assisted the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida with the development of the Long Range Transportation Plan, the Indian Reservation Roads Inventory, Tribal Transportation Safety Plan, and the Snake Road Roadway Safety Audit.