Elizabeth Randall ASLA

Associate Principal & Practice Director

Elizabeth is an Associate Principal and the Practice Director at Reed Hilderbrand. She has designed and managed numerous projects related to hydrological and ecological expression at a range of scales. Most recently, she led Reed Hilderbrand’s five-year engagement at Pier 4 in Boston and is managing the Public Realm Master Plan for Water Street Tampa, a 53-acre urban waterside district in Tampa, Florida. She was involved for several years in the firm’s work at the Clark Art Institute and is currently directing the public realm design of Harvard’s future Enterprise Research Campus in Allston, MA.

Elizabeth earned a Master of Landscape Architecture, with distinction, from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Yale University. She has also managed and supported numerous residential projects, helping clients realize significant ambitions for their private landscapes. She has taught in the department of Landscape Architecture at the GSD as a drawing instructor and serves as a guest critic at Northeastern University School of Architecture and the Boston Architectural College.