The organizations and agencies below are important to us, so as a convenience, we have provided direct links to their web sites in the event you may want to visit them also.
The Suwannee River Water Management District manages water and related natural resources in north-central Florida by providing water quality and quantity monitoring, research, regulation, land acquisition and management, and flood protection.
The St. Johns River Water Management District is responsible for managing groundwater and surface water resources in all or part of 18 counties in northeast and east-central Florida.
Jacksonville District, established in 1884, is the second largest civil works district in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, with an area of responsibility encompassing Florida and the Caribbean. Jacksonville District provides quality planning, engineering, construction and operations products and services to meet the needs of the Armed Forces and the nation.
The mission of the Southwest Florida Water Management District is to manage water and related natural resources to ensure their continued availability while maximizing the benefits to the public.
Tetra Tech, Ardaman’s parent company, is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, program management, construction management, and technical services. The Company supports government and commercial clients by providing innovative solutions focused on water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development.
The SFWMD is the oldest and largest of the state’s five water management districts, managing water resources in a 16-county region that stretches from Orlando to the Florida Keys.
The Northwest Florida Water Management District is charged with managing the water resources of the Florida panhandle. The District works to protect and manage the water resources in a sustainable manner that benefits both the people and natural resources across its 16-county region.
The National Society of Professional Engineers stands today as the only national organization committed to addressing the professional concerns of licensed PEs across all disciplines.
The Geo-Institute (G-I) is a membership organization focused on geoprofessionals and the geo-industry. It is one of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ eight specialty Institutes and has nearly 11,000 members.
FES promotes and defends the professional interests of all engineers in the state of Florida. FES supports engineering education, advocates licensure, promotes the ethical and competent practice of engineering and enhances the image and well-being of all engineers in the state of Florida.
The Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute (FIPR Institute) is a legislatively created state research unit within Florida Polytechnic University. Since its inception in 1978, the FIPR Institute has grown and developed into a world-class research entity specializing in phosphate-related issues and industrial applied science and engineering
FDOT’s primary statutory responsibility is to coordinate the planning and development of a safe, viable, and balanced state transportation system serving all regions of the state, and to assure the compatibility of all components, including multimodal facilities.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship, is one of the more diverse agencies in state government – protecting our air, water and land.
Geoprofessional Business Association (GBA) is the new name of what began life (in 1969) as Associated Soil and Foundation Engineers (ASFE). GBA exists to help its members: When you belong to GBA, GBA belongs to you.
The American Society of Civil Engineers represents more than 150,000 members of the civil engineering profession in 177 countries. Founded in 1852, ASCE is the nation’s oldest engineering society.
Based in Washington, D.C., the AIA has been the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners since 1857.