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The Florida Greenbook

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

The Florida Greenbook is a manual of uniform minimum standards for design, construction, and maintenance for streets and highways This manual is intended for use on all public roads that are not part of the State Highway System, or non-FDOT controlled roads. The Florida Greenbook Advisory Committee meets annually to review and update design standards. […]

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Cape Coral Hospital Hosts a Planting Day

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

The wellness initiative that Lee Memorial Health System’s Cape Coral Hospital began is producing some rewarding results. This past December, the hospital hosted an onsite planting day where students from Caloosa Elementary and Middle School planted vegetables in planter boxes located throughout the Wellness Education & Butterfly Garden. With the close proximity of the school […]

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Fort Myers Country Club is Back in Full Swing

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Golfers are excited about the much anticipated Fort Myers Country Club grand re-opening. The legendary Donald Ross course built in 1916 gets a much needed renovation. Nearly a century ago, the late Donald Ross designed the 130-acre Fort Myers County Club Golf Course located between McGregor Boulevard and US 41. This iconic facility has been […]

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Researching Effects of Mosquito Spray on Other Species

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

During the summer of 2014, Sr. Ecologist, David W. Ceilley was co-investigator on a research grant from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) for “Measuring the fate and non-target impacts of Dibrom™ using aerial ultra low volume (ULV) spray technology in mangrove and open marsh wetlands”. The […]

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Burrowing Owl Digging its way into Cemeteries

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

The Florida burrowing owl is a threatened species in the State of Florida and is therefore protected, along with its burrows, by several state and federal regulations. The Florida burrowing owl is a small, ground-dwelling owl with long legs, a round head and very large bright yellow eyes. They are not only unique due to […]

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Rotonda West Updates their Community Identity

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

The Rotonda West community was in desperate need of replacing their existing and deteriorating entry signs, while at the same time seeking to update the community’s identity through “branding”. Our team was retained by Charlotte County and the Rotonda West MSBU to provide survey, design, construction documents (including landscaping, lighting and irrigation), permitting, and construction […]

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Eagles in Flight

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

We’re not talking about the American Bald Eagle, but the Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) Eagles alumni, who have spread their wings and landed safely here at Johnson Engineering. For the last 17 years, Johnson Engineering has played a large part in helping FGCU grow into the University it is today. It is rewarding to […]

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Our Design Gets the Job Done During Recent Rainfall in Naples

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

On Monday, August 4, the Naples area received an astonishing 7.4” of rain in four hours that created flash flooding conditions at many locations…but not all. Among the areas that fared better than others, according to Mr. Gregg Strakaluse, Director of the Streets and Stormwater Department of the City of Naples, was the area known […]

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The City of LaBelle Opens New Water Treatment Facility

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

City of LaBelle residents have a reason to be thankful as they now have access to a plentiful and healthy supply of fresh water thanks to the City’s new water treatment plant. A new state-of-the-art reverse osmosis facility was recently completed, replacing the existing 30-year old facility that was approaching capacity. The new facility located […]

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Cellular Transmitters Track Caracara

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

Our ecologists and one of the leading experts on crested caracara, Dr. Joan Morrison, had their work cut out for them by this threatened Florida species. The caracara eluded our team for weeks as they attempted to capture three birds to attach cellular transmitters in order to track their movements. These clever birds have a […]

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