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Green Meadows Water Treatment Plant Expansion/Upgrade

Monday, July 9th, 2018

The new state-of-the-art Lee County Green Meadows Water Treatment Plant (WPT) will go online in August 2018 to provide drinking water for 20,000 Lee County homes and businesses. In August 2018, Lee County Utilities’ (LCU) $75 million Green Meadows wellfield and water treatment plant (WTP) upgrade and expansion project will come online after nearly a […]

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Creating Safe Wildlife Corridors Underneath I-4

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Johnson Engineering has a long history with FDOT District One, and one of our latest projects is using remote cameras to determine optimal bridge design for use by large mammals. Johnson Engineering wildlife biologist, Dr. Jennifer “Jen” Korn, brings her years of experience working with the endangered Florida panther and remote camera trapping, to take […]

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Term Rotation Brings on New Johnson Engineering Board Members

Monday, July 9th, 2018

At the most recent company stockholders meeting, Kim Arnold, P.G. and Matt Howard, P.S.M. were elected to the company’s Board of Directors to each serve three-year terms. In 2011, Johnson Engineering adopted a policy to have staggered terms for the board of directors, rotating members on and off in two and three-year terms, in order […]

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Spotlight on Alfredo Perez, P.E.

Monday, July 9th, 2018

The Green Meadows project represents a cornerstone for Alfredo Perez’s, P.E., professional career. As an instrument technician, Alfredo waded in waist-deep water collecting survey data points for what would become the expanded WTP, wellfield, and improved wellfield access road. Alfredo was then the primary CAD technician preparing the design plans while also pursuing a Civil […]

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Freedom Park Keeps Improving Water Quality

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Johnson Engineering’s water quality monitoring efforts throughout the last ten years have helped to demonstrate that Freedom Park in Collier County is successfully improving the quality of stormwater prior to reaching the Gordon River. When the Fred W. Coyle Freedom Park in Collier County was constructed over a decade ago, it was known as the […]

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Johnson Engineering Develops City-Wide Wastewater Hydraulic Model

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

In 2016, Johnson Engineering worked with the City of Naples to develop and calibrate a city-wide model of the wastewater pumping station and force main system. The hydraulic model included 123 pump stations and 310,000 feet of 2-inch to 42-inch diameter pipes as identified from geographic information system (GIS) data provided by the City. The […]

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Creating a Garden of Acceptance

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Johnson Engineering’s principal landscape architect, Jeff Nagle, RLA, had the pleasure of working with a Ms. Lewter’s 4th grade students at Babcock Neighborhood School to create a Garden of Acceptance. The class assignment was to create a school environment that was accepting of all students and their diverse traits. The students brainstormed and decided on […]

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City of Fort Myers Downtown Basin Recognized for Improving the Environment

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

The City of Fort Myers has been recognized as a winner in the Florida League of Cities’ 9th Annual Florida Municipal Achievement awards, as the co-winner of the League’s Environmental Stewardship Award for the Downtown Basin. The award recognized the City’s efforts for improvement to environmental water quality. Once a waterfront parking area, this 1.5-acre […]

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U.S. Sugar Continues to Refine Sugar Distribution

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Construction is currently underway at the SCFE’s Childs Siding loading facility to improve the efficiency of transporting harvested sugarcane from the fields to the refinery. The production of food staples and how they actually make it onto our tables is one of the most important and most overlooked aspects of our daily lives. Similarly, freight […]

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Oyster Mapping in the St. Lucie Estuary

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Johnson Engineering was selected by the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) to conduct an oyster habitat mapping project in the St. Lucie Estuary. The mapping, slated to begin in early 2018, will be conducted as part of the RECOVER program under the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP). The RECOVER (REestoration, COordination & VERification) program […]

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