Genesis, a Tampa-based civil engineering company, is experiencing growth in both public and private development opportunities.
The full service firm provides civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning and transportation design services. The company was founded in 1987 when a group of separate companies decided to come together to create a full services firm. After taking a small hit in business during the recession, the company has been growing since 2011 and is currently up to 90 employees statewide.
"Our growth has been driven by the improving economy and our ability to maintain the space in between huge firms and smaller ones,:says Craig Anderson, COO for Genesis
The company recently received national recognition for the completion of Capital Cascades Park in Tallahassee. The 25-acre urban park at the center of downtown solves a major issue the city was having with stormwater management. The park repurposes an abandoned industrial site with a “floodable” park including winding trails, green infrastructure and ponds that capture rain water and provide flood relief. Complete the Florida-friendly landscaping, the park serves not only to provide much-needed stormwater management for the city, but a place for the community to commune.
Current projects in Tampa include a new high school site for Independent Day School, Kuhn Honda’s expanded site on Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa and a Veterans Memorial Park on U.S. Highway 301.
Genesis is currently hiring for a Senior Transportation Engineer, Registered Landscape Architect and Engineering Intern.