Morris-Depew Associates promotes Matt Lincolnhol to Director of Landscape Architecture

FORT MYERS, FL.  – Matt Lincolnhol has been promoted to Director of Landscape Architecture at Morris-Depew Associates announced Bill Morris, president of Morris-Depew Associates. He will oversee operations of the department and the preparation of landscape plans and conceptual land plans for the firms local, regional and national client base.

Matt Lincolnhol

After graduating from Clemson University’s School of Landscape Architecture, Lincolnhol started his career in Orlando, Florida focusing on residential lifestyle communities and theme park design. Lincolnhol has extensive knowledge in amenity design, land planning, planting design, and the preparation of construction plans that he brings to compliment the vast services the firm also offers. 

He currently serves on the City of Fort Myers Beautification Advisory Board and Lee County’s Conservation Land Acquisition and Stewardship Advisory Committee. Lincolnhol uses his experience as a design professional to offer recommendations regarding beautification projects within the city and provides recommendations to the Lee County Board of County Commissioners on environmentally critical or sensitive land purchases concerning the County’s 20/20 Conservation program.

“Matt’s expertise in landscape plans and land planning is a huge benefit for our company and for our clients,” said Morris. “We look forward to his work and leadership in this department.”

About Morris-Depew

Serving Southwest Florida since 1989, Morris-Depew Associates is a multidiscipline consulting firm with specialties in Civil Engineering, Land Planning, Expert Witness, Landscape, Architecture, Surveying and Mapping services. MDA’s efforts are based on a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach to the planning and design processes, which emphasizes interaction within the firm’s allied professional expertise in conjunction with the client’s objectives and ultimate needs. The members of MDA have experience in the planning and design of a wide variety of urban, residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, and community-oriented projects ranging from large-scale residential projects to urban community spaces and commercial multiuse developments. For more information, call 239-337-399 or visit