©EDSA | Team | Vice President | Amy Beniot Harbert
“As landscape architects, we have the unique ability to bring communities together in a way that benefits people and the environment. Designs that harness this potential are the key to a healthier, more equitable future.”

Amy Benoit Harbert PLA, LEED

Vice President

With a passion for designing equitable spaces that all can enjoy, Amy utilizes her background in public outreach and engagement to define strong synergies between people and place. She has devoted her 20+ year career to the development and enhancement of multi-use public areas and amenities with an emphasis on urban waterfronts, parks, green space and recreational trails. Amy’s creative process includes a strong consideration for the needs of each community, ensuring functional programs and processes deliver on the wants of the end-user. Inspired to evoke lasting environmental and social change, Amy has a knack for returning broken ecosystems back to their natural state to enhance the places in which people live, work and play. Prior to joining EDSA, Amy was Managing Principal at Design Workshop and an Instructor of Landscape Architecture at Texas Tech University.

  • Education: Master of Educational Psychology, Texas Tech University; Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Louisiana State University
  • Associations: American Society of Landscape Architects; Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals
  • Location: Fort Lauderdale