Daniel Liggett is an Associate at Rundell Ernstberger Assocaites (REA). Since joining REA in 2010, Liggett’s professional experience includes contributions in all phases of design, including master planning, site design, graphic design, and construction documentation.
Mr. Liggett has recently contributed to the Velocity Plan, a five-year strategic action plan for downtown Indianapolis identifying six key criteria for improvement opportunities. He has also worked on the master plan and on-going design development of Tarkington Park. These projects are vital pieces to planning and implementing improvement in Indianapolis. He has also worked with Purdue University on development of an Integrated Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure Plan and with Wabash College on the site design for four new residence halls.
In the past, Mr. Liggett has contributed toward several projects including theIndianapolis Cultural Trail, Columbus 4th Street enhancements, CityWay Development, Louisville Southwest Greenways, Olmsted Parkways, and New Albany Bicentennial Park.
Mr. Liggett is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) where he has been directly involved on two Advisory Panels; located in Indianapolis, Indiana and Bradenton, Florida. Advisory Service Panels are volunteer efforts bringing in real estate professionals from around the country to help municipalities with urban planning and site design issues. He is also a local member of the Young Leader Group and mentor program in ULI Indiana.
Mr. Liggett is a guest reviewer at Ball State University in both the urban design and landscape architecture programs and served on the Indiana ASLA executive committee in 2013 and 2014. His interests relating to INASLA include generating advocacy for the profession of landscape architecture. He is also active in various local initiatives which promote the importance of urban design and landscape architecture. .
Mr. Liggett is a LEED accredited professional and licensed landscape architect. He received his BLA from Ball State University in 2010 and his MUD from Ball State University in 2011.