Amy Norval, ASLA
Amy Norval received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Louisiana State University in 2013. Since graduation, Amy has gained professional experience on projects across southern Louisiana. She has worked closely with various suburban and rural municipalities where she has gained skills in community engagement and education on progressive design principles. Amy is also an active member of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, serving as the current Baton Rouge Representative.
Throughout college and internships, she has had the privilege of traveling locally and abroad to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the direct implications of design within a community. As a southeastern Louisiana native, she has a deep appreciation for the culture that has evolved from our dynamic coastal landscape. She understands the need for creative design in the face of climate change and has worked extensively on stormwater management projects at varying scales.
Amy also maintains an interest in Louisiana native and naturalized plants and local recycled materials as they are used in stormwater management practices and coastal sustainability.