Rolls-Royce Supreme. If you haven’t already heard, the Guyton Collection – a famous assortment of classic American and European automobiles assembled by the late...
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced a $99.7 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to Miami-Dade County, Fla., to finance advanced wastewater infrastructure upgrades.
Punta Gorda, Florida expects to complete seawall rehab by July By Richard Massey About 80 percent of the Punta Gorda seawall system damaged in 2017 by...
Florida Polytechnic University announced plans to construct another iconic building on its Lakeland campus. The facility will serve as a research hub for the Central Florida region, catalyzing high-tech development in the area.
Elgin Sweeper Company, a manufacturer of street sweepers in North America, partnered with RoadBotics, Inc., a road assessment company, to offer Florida’s 400-plus municipalities the ability to collect road condition data during sweeping operations.
Lee County Utilities’ new Green Meadows Water Treatment Plant is the first-of-its-kind plant in southwest Florida, combining new with existing technology to treat water from three different aquifers using the latest, large scale treatment technologies.
The Naples Bay Restoration and Water Quality Improvements at the Cove Project in Florida has received the Envision Silver award for sustainable infrastructure, designated by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure.
Waldrop Engineering opened a new office in Fort Myers, Fla., strategically placed for faster, more effective coordination on projects with Lee County, the City of Fort Myers, and the surrounding areas.
McKim & Creed, Inc., one of the largest engineering and geomatics firms headquartered in the Southeast, acquired Pensacola, Fla.-based Jehle-Halstead, Inc.