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The VUE – Gainesville’s One-of-a-Kind Housing Development

eda is proud to have provided engineering, surveying, and permitting services for this innovative housing development within Celebration Pointe. Read about it in Home Magazine. When John and Deb Maguire of Gainesville were ready to sell their house, they knew what kind of home they wanted next. The retirees also knew what they did not […]

Brammer Bio Now up to 240 Employees in Florida, Continues Expansion

Congrats to Brammer Bio on their continued growth in the Greater Gainesville area. eda is proud to have provided engineering, surveying, and permitting services for their recent expansion. Read about it in the Business Report of North Central Florida. Brammer Bio, a contract development and manufacturing organization serving companies seeking to develop and commercialize gene […]

Exactech Adds 114 Gainesville-Based Jobs and Invests $30M in Capital Improvements

eda is proud to have helped Exactech realize their dreams of expansion by providing engineering, surveying, and construction services. We’re always excited to see fellow local companies grow in the Greater Gainesville area. Read about it in the Business Report of North Central Florida. Exactech, a Gainesville-grown global medical device manufacturer, has seen strong growth in […]

Tech City project plans ‘tallest’ climbing tower

It’s a tall order, but there are big things planned at Tech City in Alachua, Florida! Read the Gainesville Sun article here. Developer says design now in hands of UF students would be world’s tallest indoor rock climbing facility Alachua County could become home to one of the world’s tallest indoor rock climbing gyms, if not the […]

UF’s Greek system sees building boom

In just the past 3 years, eda has provided civil engineering, surveying and land planning services to 12 different Greek houses at the University of Florida. This work has been in conjunction with Hug & Associates, Walker Architects and several local contractor partners. These projects provide state of the art housing for hundreds of UF students […]

Tech City making steady progress

Construction is well underway on the sustainable live-work-play development San Felasco Tech City, and eda is excited to be a part of it! Read the Gainesville Sun article here. The San Felasco Tech City, the brainchild of Glaeser and Rich Blaser, CEO of Infinite Energy, is under construction. The development will be something of a live-work-play […]

Brammer Bio Continues Expansion

Congratulations to Brammer Bio on their proposed expansion at their facility in Alachua, Florida. eda is proud to be assisting with their design and permitting. Read the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce press release here.   ALACHUA, Fla. — Brammer Bio (“Brammer”), a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) serving companies seeking to develop and commercialize gene […]

Newberry Park development joins Gainesville’s sprawl west

Traditional Neighborhood Developments (TND) are popping up everywhere, like this one we are working on in Newberry. Mixed-use neighborhoods like Newberry Park are great for walkability, connectivity, and live-work-play efficiency! Read all about Newberry Park in the Gainesville Sun. Trees are cleared and construction has started on a substantial traditional neighborhood development on West Newberry […]

Tech City: Alachua’s New Live-Work-Play Development

eda is excited to be working on San Felasco Tech City – a visionary live-work community in Alachua. Spacious, affordable, and eco-friendly, the hope is that this new tech park attracts high-quality businesses and keeps local talent local! Read all about Tech City in this month’s Greater Gainesville magazine. Mitch Glaeser and Rich Blaser aren’t […]

The ‘Pride of the Sunshine’ Finds its Permanent Home

eda is so excited to be a member of the team working on building the long-awaited home of the Fightin’ Gator Marching Band! We are a company full of Gator fans and grads, and even a Pride of the Sunshine alumna who remembers marching in the Norman “Dust Bowl” of 2008. We can’t wait until […]