Prior to becoming a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute Andrew Ramsay (BA Hons) MALA CMLI owned and ran a design studio and workshop specialising in site specific art, furniture and sculpture for private and public clients. A notable project from this period was the Airdrie town centre regeneration scheme with Guy Walters CMLI which involved the design and manufacture of site specific tree defenders, public seating, granite and bronze floor slabs and lamp post mounted banners.
During the six and a half years Andrew worked for Lizard Landscape Design he worked on a range of landscape design projects including private housing developments, new build and refurbishment school projects, urban design schemes, private gardens and public realm projects.
From 2006 to 2009 Andrew was the project landscape architect for Crawley Library a new, purpose built library and public registry building designed by the London based architects Penoyre and Prasad. Responsibilities included the hard and soft landscape design and implementation of a new public urban square associated with the new public library building in the centre of Crawley, West Sussex. The scheme included a woodland garden area, highway frontage area, site specific tree grilles, tree benches and cycle racks.
Andrew was also the lead landscape architect for a number of school projects including: Bettridge Special School, Northlands Wood Community Primary School, New Siblands SEN School and Langley Green Primary School.
He was also responsible for the redesign of a listed country house garden located at the foot of the south downs which incorporated raised ornamental planting areas, terraces and car parking area.