Master Plans are designed to guide the future actions of a community by establishing long-range strategies focused on community development and sustainability.
Glatting Jackson was hired to develop a plan that would define a system of sidewalks, bike lanes, paths, greenways, and trails within the city.
This system is intended to be multi-purpose and provide an interconnected network for non-motorized transportation, wildlife and recreation in a manner that is sensitive to the needs of various user groups, the natural and built environment, and constraints of management, maintenance, and funding capacities.
The City of Fort Myers's Engineering Division acquired the services of Malcom Pernie and Associate to model the City of Fort Myers Utility Master Plans. They developed a hydraulic model for the following water, sewer, and reclaimed water. Within these models, they show existing and proposed recommendations to improve the utility infrastructure for the City of Fort Myers.
Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT) was engaged by the City of Fort Myers, Florida in August of 2005 to prepare an update of their existing surface water management plan to address the current regulatory priority of water quality.