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The City of Bonita Springs Gets its First High School

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

The home of the Bonita Springs High School Bull Sharks will be opening for students in the fall of 2018. It’s an exciting time for kids in south Lee County as the Lee County School District is building its first high school in the City of Bonita Springs. This won’t be just any other high […]

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Endangered Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Banding Opportunity

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

While Johnson Engineering ecologists were conducting acoustic surveys for the federally endangered Florida bonneted bat (FBB) at the 1,972-acre Platt Branch Wildlife Mitigation Bank in Highlands County, they were afforded a unique opportunity to work with another federally endangered species, the red-cockaded woodpecker (RCW). The FBB project coincidentally occurred during RCW nesting season (April – […]

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Choose an ISA Certified Arborist for your Tree Care

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

If you need trees trimmed away from power lines, expert testimony in court over a vegetation dispute, or if you just want the most qualified expertise for a new landscaping project, you need a Certified Arborist. Arborists are specialists knowledgeable about the needs and proper care techniques for trees. The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) […]

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The City of Fort Myers Adopt-A-Canal Program Still Making an Impact

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

In 2010, the City of Fort Myers launched their Adopt-A-Canal program. This program was designed as an attempt to decrease the amount of litter that flows through the City’s municipal separate storm sewer system, ultimately affecting the health of the Caloosahatchee River. The City selected 10 canals covering 12 miles of waterways and encouraged local […]

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Celebrating the Legacy of Archie T. Grant Jr. P.E., P.S.M.

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

It is with a heavy heart that we must say goodbye to Archie T. Grant Jr., P.E., P.S.M., our company’s second president and most influential person in the continued success of Johnson Engineering, Inc. Archie T. Grant, P.E., P.S.M., the company’s second president, passed away January 12, 2017. The best way we believe we can […]

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Johnson Engineering Pioneers Model to Get Water Quality Credits

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) has a Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) program to improve water quality to State or federally-identified impaired waterbodies, including the Caloosahatchee Estuary and Imperial River. The FDEP requires local governments to participate in mandated Best Management Action Plans (BMAPs) to reduce TMDLs to these waterbodies. The cities of Bonita […]

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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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