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eda relocates to Innovation District

eda has completed our move to the Innovation District. We are fully operational in our new downtown location! The Gainesville Sun reports. Gainesville, Florida – EDA relocating to former Mindtree space in Innovation Square EDA Engineers-Surveyors-Planners Inc., announced Monday it will later this month vacate its current office at 2404 NW 43rd St. to move across town into […]

eda to Provide Land Planning Services to Town of Fort White

eda is proud to announce that we have been selected by the Town of Fort White to provide them with professional land planning services. They become the 6th municipality to hire our firm to provide these on-demand consulting services. We look forward to working with this community!

eda Attends UF Career Showcase

In January, eda‘s engineers participated in UF Career Connections Center‘s Career Showcase. We’re lucky to recruit from an amazing talent pool right in our own backyard. eda loves hiring Gators! Visit the Careers section of our website to see our available openings.

eda participates in UF’s Mentor-Protégé Program

eda was honored to participate in this year’s UF Small Business & Vendor Diversity Relations‘ Mentor – Protégé Program. To help further the mission of nurturing small businesses in our community, eda served as the Mentor for Protégé Erick Smith, owner, ecologist, and ISA Certified Professional Arborist of Kestrel Ecological Services. What a great opportunity for all!

City approves 72 housing units, new cafe at San Felasco Tech City

Work on San Felasco Tech City continues as the next development phase gains approval from the City of Alachua, thanks in part to ongoing effort from eda‘s team. See report from the Gainesville Sun. Gainesville, Florida – Construction on new housing units and a cafe at San Felasco Tech City in Alachua is planned for January […]

GNV Breaks Ground For Terminal Expansion

Last week, Gainesville Regional Airport broke ground on their terminal expansion! eda is proud to be GNV’s parter on this and many other engineering projects. This is going to be so important for our community- looking forward to the future of #FlyGainesville. Read more from WUFT. Gainesville, Florida – The Gainesville Regional Airport is beginning its nearly $16 million […]

Park projects go full bore

The City of Gainesville is hard at work, improving and adding to our beautiful city’s wild spaces and public places! We’re looking forward to being able to enjoy some of these parks just in time for cooler weather. eda is glad to be on these project teams. Read more in the Gainesville Sun. Gainesville, Florida -The […]

34th Street Publix gets OK to apply for demolition, rebuilding

Last month, the City of Gainesville Development Review Board voted to approve one of the critical permits to allow for the redevelopment of the Westgate Shopping Center. The proposed redevelopment will include a new Publix and other retail spaces, designed in a manner that promotes a pedestrian-friendly design near the UF campus. eda is excited […]

GNV receives FAA Grant for its 15,200-square foot terminal expansion

Congratulations to the Gainesville Regional Airport for securing another FAA grant to help fund construction of the proposed 15,200 SF terminal expansion, which will provide new capacity for the growth of this important community infrastructure asset. eda is excited to be a part of this design team. See press release on the airport’s website Gainesville, Florida – Sept. […]