Amanda Prosser, PLA, CPSI
Associate Principal, Practice Group Leader
Integrity, ingenuity, accountability, collaboration, and responsibility are all hallmarks of Amanda Prosser, PLA, CPSI’s, 15+ year career as a professional landscape architect and placemaking leader. Managing small-scale to multi-million dollar public improvements has allowed her to gain a thorough understanding of local, state, and federal design requirements. Guided by innovative planning, Amanda anticipates the future needs of a space and incorporates architectural structures with a natural environment for lasting and effective solutions. She has led an array of outdoor projects from concept designs to construction documents, including streetscapes, water parks, state and local trails, athletic facilities, parks, and playgrounds. Amanda has also assisted several government agencies in preparing comprehensive park, trail, and open space system plans, integrating natural resource components and emphasizing environmental sustainability.
Amanda is a dynamic and driven associate principal, landscape architecture practice group leader, and employee owner. Beyond her professional evolution within the A/E industry and firm, Amanda is no stranger to understanding project and team management needed to make a positive impact, while being acutely aware of restrictions, bylaws, and schedule compliance requirements. She has presented and been involved in numerous market and industry panels, while also directly engaging with city leader, government entities, commercial developers, and clients and users of varying backgrounds. Dedicated to providing effective communication, Amanda also enjoys fulfilling various stakeholder requests, ensuring that the end product meets the needs and interests of all involved.
Amanda received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Bachelor of Environmental Design from North Dakota State University. Her unique graphic design-based perspective allows for creative ideas to be fully articulated, thus making sure the public can grasp and appreciate the nuances of a design or planning outcome. Through her active membership in the American Society of Landscape Architects, she is constantly engaged in the design and stewardship of land and communities, while adding a custom touch to each project. As a board member for the Minnesota Bicycle Alliance and leadership on ISG’s Wellness Committee, Amanda is a strong advocate for living and designing for an active and healthy lifestyle that meets users of all ages and abilities.
Architecture Expertise: Landscape Architecture