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Johnson Engineering Welcomes Phil Chang in Pasco County

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

We are pleased to welcome Phil Chang, P.E. as a new project manager for the Pasco County office. Phil is a licensed Florida civil engineer, resident of Pasco County, and brings more than 17 years of experience. His project management experience includes multi-million dollar CIP roadway and pedestrian facilities projects as well as residential and […]

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Steven Hayes, Jr. joins our Water Resources team

Monday, August 15th, 2011

Johnson Engineering welcomes environmental scientist Steven Hayes, Jr. to our water resources team. Steven will be responsible for performing water quality testing on various residential communities throughout Florida. Contact Steven at mkt@johnsoneng.com.

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Kevin Winter Elected New Chairman of the Board of Directors for Johnson Engineering

Monday, June 27th, 2011

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Winter, P.E. as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Kevin Winter, P.E., a 24 year employee, and head of the company’s Development Group has been elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors effective immediately. Kevin is tasked to work with the Board to develop a new […]

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Lonnie Howard Named President-Elect of Johnson Engineering, Inc.

Monday, June 27th, 2011

In March 2012, Lonnie Howard, P.E. will step into the presidency role as current president Steven Morrison, P.E., completes his 15th year term as president of Johnson Engineering. Lonnie, a fifth generation Floridian, has worked for Johnson Engineering for 17 years and heads up the Groundwater Resource Group. Lonnie will work closely with Steve throughout […]

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Patricia Bell joins our Water Resources Group

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

We are happy to welcome back Patricia Bell, P.E., who first joined Johnson Engineering in April 2000. She rejoined Johnson Engineering in May 2011 after a two year absence to start a family. Having worked in the firm’s Naples and Fort Myers offices, Patricia is familiar with design and permitting procedures in both Collier and Lee […]

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Dana Hume appointed to FGCU Advisory Board

Friday, April 29th, 2011

Dana Hume, P.E., development group project engineer, has been appointed to serve on the Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) Department of Environmental and Civil Engineering Advisory Board. Dana has more than two decades of civil engineering experience and is responsible for managing all civil engineering work for Johnson Engineering associated with the construction of several […]

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Jonathan Wadas joins Water Resources team

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Jonathan Wadas, E.I., joins our Water Resources team and will be working on surface water management projects for the firm.  Jon’s prior groundwater and development knowledge will be extremely beneficial for our clients. Contact Jon at mkt@johnsoneng.com.

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Johnson Engineering welcomes Ecologist, Sarah Webber

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Sarah joins Johnson Engineering from the Seminole Tribe of Florida where she worked as the Tribe’s Wildlife Biologist for six years. Her experience includes surveying and monitoring Florida wildlife including federal and state listed species such as the northern crested caracara, gopher tortoise, Everglade snail kite, Florida scrub jay and Florida panther.  She has extensive […]

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Ryan Bell, P.E. earns PTOE Certification

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

Johnson Engineering’s Director of Transportation, Ryan Bell, P.E., has recently earned his Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) certification. This nationally recognized certification demonstrates knowledge, skill and ability in the specialized application of traffic operations engineering. Having a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer on staff compliments our current roadway design and inspection services and allows us to […]

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Peggy Grant becomes certified in Marine Turtle Exterior Lighting

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

Environmental team Senior Ecologist has successfully completed the U.S. Fish & Wildlife and Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission’s Official Marine Turtle Exterior Lighting course and exam. Peggy has more than 19 years of professional environmental experience in Southwest Florida. Her experience includes working on projects from the due diligence phase, through environmental permitting, to […]

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