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Business Observer Wednesday, Jul. 10, 2019 3 months ago

Land planning firm adds project manager

Jack Morris brings 20 years of experience to Morris-Depew Associates.

FORT MYERS — Engineering and land planning firm Morris-Depew Associates has hired Jack Morris as an engineering project manager in the Fort Myers headquarters. He is responsible for all aspects of engineering projects; coordination of other multi-discipline project team members; and supporting the engineering design of site and roadway improvements, water management and utilities portions of large projects, according to a statement. 

Morris has nearly 20 years of diverse industry experience including engineering design, surveying, site construction and surface mining. He previously served as a project manager for an engineering firm in Southwest Florida, managing the design and permitting of residential, commercial and institutional projects in Lee and Collier counties.

“Jack is exceptionally skilled at developing engineering solutions for challenging and complex site conditions, and has significant technological knowledge in drone surveying and 3D site modeling,” says Morris-Depew Director of Engineering Bill Morris in the statement. “His experience will be invaluable to our continued growth throughout Southwest Florida.”

Founded in 1989, Morris-Depew Associates is a multi-service consulting firm specializing in civil engineering, land planning, expert witness, landscape architecture, and surveying and mapping services. It has expertise in planning and design of a variety of urban, residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, and community-oriented projects ranging from large-scale resort residential projects to urban community spaces and commercial multi-use developments.

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