Jones Edmunds Commits New Investments to Greater Gainesville’s Transformation

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Jones Edmunds has recently pledged to The Gainesville Area Chamber’s Transforming Greater Gainesville five-year economic development strategy. This plan is designed to accelerate our region’s economy and capitalize on Gainesville’s economic growth potential. Ken Vogel, Managing Director & Senior Vice President of Jones Edmunds, believes that this plan can advance Gainesville’s economic standing.

“The services and solutions we provide at Jones Edmunds are inherently future-focused, and centered on ensuring our clients and our state have the capacity to accommodate a future that provides opportunities for everyone,” said Ken Vogel. “This is one reason why we saw immediate connectivity between Jones Edmunds’ vision and the Chamber’s economic development efforts. Both business growth and economic opportunity are critical to the future of our region, our state and our company, and Transforming Greater Gainesville will greatly benefit the people and businesses of the region.”

Established in 1974, Jones Edmunds is a Florida-based, multi-disciplinary consulting firm dedicated to providing environmental and infrastructure solutions with integrity, knowledge, and service. Our services include water, wastewater, reclaimed water, water resources, flood protection, environmental, civil/site engineering, stormwater/drainage, solid waste, transportation, demolition, construction administration, and geospatial/asset management. Jones Edmunds is nationally ranked by Engineering News-Record among the Top 500 Design firms and Top 200 Environmental firms in the United States.

Click here to see an outline of the five-year economic development plan:


Source: Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce eJournal, September 2017