Johnson Engineering attended the groundbreaking ceremony in November for the Lee County Emergency Operations Center Expansion project, along with the rest of the design team, construction team, Lee County leadership, and Southwest Florida emergency response teams. 

This project is an expansion to one of our community’s most essential facilities when responding to disasters. It will house first-responder agencies, emergency relief organizations, and other essential agencies required to help the County recover from disasters.

Slated to open in 2025, the facility will add 38,000 square feet to the current space, including two additional floors, training facilities, sleeping areas, restrooms, showers, as well as new state of the art technology. 

Johnson Engineering is very proud to be part of this project, which will contribute to the readiness and efficiency of recovery response efforts in our growing Southwest Florida community. 

For more information contact Tyler Sharpe, PE, at [email protected].