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Business Observer Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019 7 months ago

Engineering firm opens new office, makes key hire

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Waldrop Engineering expands physical footprint in Fort Myers, adds principal planner to Bonita Springs headquarters.

BONITA SPRINGS — Development consulting firm Waldrop Engineering opened a new office in Fort Myers and added a key position to its main office in Bonita Springs. 

The new office, 1514 Broadway, Suite 201, will provide more efficient and effective coordination for projects with Lee County, the City of Fort Myers and surrounding areas, according to the company. Managed by James Ink and Alexis Crispo, the new office will be a collaborative space for clients, designers and other professionals to meet, discuss and share new project ideas.

“We love the work we do and are very excited about the places we create for our clients,” says Ryan Binkowski, the firm’s senior vice president and COO, in the release. “This new platform gives use the ability to promote what we do, and why we stand out from our competition.”

Waldrop also announced Fred Drovdlic has joined the firm as principal planner/senior project manager at its Bonita Springs office. Drovdlic has 20 years of experience in planning and development consulting specializing in zoning entitlements, land use and comprehensive community planning, master site design and public outreach. 

In addition to Bonita Springs and Fort Myers, Waldrop has branch offices in Fort Myers, Sarasota, Tampa and Orlando.

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