Mandy Eberly, asla
senior landscape architect

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Having worked at NBA for 14 years, Amanda has an acute understanding of the interplay of client expectation and cost in creating designs that can look expensive without blowing the budget. The key is setting clear priorities to achieve the ultimate goal for the client and the project.

Amanda takes complex projects, breaks them down into manageable pieces to create designs that are aesthetically pleasing and work within the client’s cost constraints. What distinguishes her approach is its multi-layered, multi-textured richness, designs that provide interest and color regardless of season, yet are relatively easy to maintain. In tackling challenges, she appreciates being part of a highly professional team proficient at talking through design issues and coming up with carefully considered solutions. Amanda’s recent work includes site- planning projects for an upscale senior living community in Alexandria, Virginia, and a transit-oriented development in Ronkonkoma, New York.

She earned her Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture at The Ohio State University. As a volunteer with the American Society of Landscape Architects, Amanda was part of the team that worked on the ACE Mentor Program Legacy Project, which won the ASLA Community Service Award in 2010.