Joan Murdock-Davidson will oversee the company’s business development.

HARTFORD, Conn. – Landscape construction company EDI Landscape has named  Joan Murdoch-Davidson as partner in the firm. Davidson will oversee the company’s business development, as well as the financial and administrative aspects of the business. 

“Joan is an accomplished construction professional and she brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience to the team here at EDI Landscape,” said Kimberly Colapietro, partner and a founding member of the company. “Working with our professional project managers, estimators, administrators and union laborers, we are certain that Joan will help EDI continue to grow for many years to come.”

With over 30 years experience in the construction industry, Davidson has worked in a variety of roles including administrative, accounting and office management. Davidson graduated from Central Connecticut State University with a degree in accounting.

“I look forward to using my experience to help our company grow and expand, as well as continue to be a vital partner for the City of Hartford and the State of Connecticut,” said Davidson. 

EDI Landscape is WBE certified and DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) certified in Connecticut and serves clients in a variety of sectors, including municipal, state, institutional, private commercial.The company’s projects range in size and complexity, from small-scale projects to multi-million dollar landscape projects. Some of EDI Landscape’s specific services include green roofs, fence installation, hyrdo-seeding, grading, mulching, irrigation, wetlands mitigation, drain line installation, hardscapes, ball fields and erosion control.

Previous company projects of note include the installation of a seven story green roof/healing garden for Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven Hospital; plantings and a hardscape installation for Blue Back Square in West Hartford, Conn.; irrigation, plantings and hydro-seeding for Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn.; and plantings, a green roof and hardscape installation for Gateway Community College in New Haven, Conn.