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Lee Health Expands Southwest Florida Regional Cancer Center

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

In true Lee Health fashion, the promise of providing patient oriented service is evident yet again with the expansion of the Southwest Florida Regional Cancer Center (RCC) to better accommodate patient care. Lee Health recognized that when someone is ill, the last thing they should be doing is running around town to receive various treatments. […]

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The Call of Duty

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

On any given day Robert Flynn could be found helping conduct a boundary survey at the Babcock Ranch in Florida, and the next he could be sitting in the gunner seat of an armored vehicle trekking through the sands of the Middle East. Rob, an instrumentman on our surveying team, enlisted in the United States […]

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The Road More Traveled

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

Two roads diverged in a wood, though sorry he could not travel both, Robert Frost chose the road less traveled…and it made all the difference. With time for such introspection the great poet was obviously not on his way to work or picking up the kids from soccer practice. Transportation planners and engineers face a […]

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Bringing Bats into the Classroom

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

In late October, just in time for Halloween, ecologist Gary Nychyk in the Johnson Engineering environmental group, gave a presentation about bats to three Lee County Florida public schools, Edison Park Elementary, Heights Elementary, and Lexington Middle School. The presentation included an overview of bat characteristics, discussions on where they live, what they eat, what […]

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14th Annual Coastal Clean Up Continues to Honor Our Roots

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

The community spirit is alive and well for 80 Johnson Engineering employees, their families, friends, the Friends of Lovers Key (FOLKS), and park staff. The dedicated group pitched in for the 14th consecutive year to preserve one of Florida’s natural gems, Lovers Key/Carl E. Johnson State Park. This is an opportunity for Johnson Engineering employees […]

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Supporting Higher Education

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

In 2005, the company established the Johnson Engineering Scholarship Endowed Fund to assist Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) students majoring in civil or environmental engineering in furthering their education. Johnson Engineering has generously added $13,000 to this endowment, bringing the total gift to $50,000. Mr. Bill Rice, Senior Director of Advancement & Gift Planning University […]

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Adding Cutting Edge Laser Technology to Our Survey Arsenal

Monday, October 10th, 2016

Over the last 70 years our survey methodology has adapted to the ever-changing environment. We are constantly evaluating and applying the newest surveying and mapping methods available. Land surveying technology has advanced throughout the last 70 years since the time our company founder, Carl Johnson, used a compass, a level, a chain, and a transit […]

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Balancing New Development and Historic Preservation

Monday, October 10th, 2016

Johnson Engineering understands that there is a lot of value in historic preservation for both local cities and private developers. Our new Senior Planner, Heidi Siegel, AICP, holds a Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation from Georgia State University and has worked in historic preservation in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, as well as Atlanta and Alaska. […]

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Our Environmental Team Can Be Found on Land and Sea

Monday, October 10th, 2016

Johnson Engineering has expanded our marine capabilities. In addition to our aquatic ecologists with unique experience in seagrass restoration, we now offer a range of marine biological services, including benthic habitat mapping, coral reef monitoring, artificial reef studies, sea turtle expertise, and marine impact assessments. Our marine experts have provided permit support for a variety […]

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Maintaining Healthy Roadways

Monday, October 10th, 2016

As a primary means of moving goods and people, our existing roadway networks are vital to the health of our community and economy. Much like our personal health, the effectiveness of the existing system is often taken for granted and issues are addressed only after they’ve become problems. Reactive maintenance programs are expensive. In order […]

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