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Johnson Engineering > Services We Provide > Utilities > Team

Michael Dickey, P.E.

Mike joined Johnson Engineering in 1999 and serves as the director of the Utilities market group. Mike has designed utilities for various developments, private utility companies, and municipalities. Prior to joining Johnson Engineering, Mike worked for a local utility contractor which gave him a unique perspective on how the utilities he designs come together in the field. With both utility design and construction experience, Mike has a comprehensive understanding of the entire utility development process from planning to design and permitting through construction. He knows how to develop a design that works both in theory and in practice.

David Trouteaud, P.E.

Dave joined Johnson Engineering in 2005 and manages various utility related projects. As project manager, he specializes in utility master planning, hydraulic modeling, design of water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems and irrigation systems. David frequently works with Johnson Engineering’s land development group, assisting with the design of utility systems for developments throughout Florida.

Erik Howard, P.E., P.S.M., LEED AP, CGC, CFC

Erik is a licensed engineer, water well contractor, plumbing contractor, and general contractor in the State of Florida. His experience as an engineer includes well design, permitting, certification, construction administration, well construction, rehabilitation and development, groundwater modeling, data analysis, and pump station design. He routinely prepares specialized plans and specifications for projects that require an ‘outside-of-the-box’ approach. Erik’s technical background and practical experience allow him to handle any groundwater well project, whether it’s a simple piezometric data analysis or complex and troublesome deep injection well issue. Erik has worked on more than 60 well projects in the past three years as a water well contractor. As an engineer, he has overseen the construction and testing of more than 30 wells with depths up to 1,379 feet and casing diameters up to 30 inches.

Mark Thomas, E.I.

Mark joined Johnson Engineering in 2005 as an AutoCAD technician and has advanced in the company over the past seven years. He is currently employed as an Engineer Intern in the Utilities market group. Mark has experience in pipeline design, data analysis, hydraulic modeling, and computer programming. In the past, Mark has provided AutoCAD support on many Lee County projects, including the South Conveyance 30” Water Main, the Alico Road 36” Water Main, and the Corkscrew 5 MGD Wellfield Expansion. Currently, he is actively involved in the development of a hydraulic model and operating plan that will be implemented at the Corkscrew wellfield.

Wayne Wright, P.E.

Wayne has over 30 years of experience working as an Electrical, Instrumentation & Controls (EI&C) engineer. His experience includes design and implementation of instrumentation, process control, industrial control, systems integration and commissioning, site and process evaluations, SCADA architecture, networking, telemetry, and PLC/HMI/OIT programming. Wayne has provided control panel electrical designs for motor control, instrumentation, low voltage power distribution, lighting, and lightning protection. Wayne has worked on projects with multiple disciplines in project management and project engineering roles managing project scope, schedule and budget from conceptual design through detailed design and construction completion, and has provided engineer-of-record and construction observation services.