As a Graduate Landscape Architect, Kyle Koger is one of the newest members to the Rundell Ernstberger Associates Indianapolis office. Kyle is working to develop high-quality graphics and construction documentation throughout all phases of the design process in order to ensure the successful completion each of REA’s projects.
A native to Muncie, Indiana, Mr. Koger recently earned his undergraduates degree in Landscape Architecture from Ball State University. Through his studies at Ball State, Kyle gained a diverse knowledge and passion for the design of vibrant and sustainable public spaces that improve the quality of life for urban dwellers while also highlighting the natural beauty of the environment. As a proud Cardinal alumnus, Kyle’s education focused on the design of trails and greenways, therapeutic gardens, urban agriculture, public parks, and the conservation of natural resources.
As a LEED Green Associate, Kyle is capable to work with each client to provide innovative, efficient, and cost-effective solutions to high-performance landscape and building projects. Kyle continues to enjoy researching the most innovative design trends and sustainable solutions in order to achieve environmentally responsible and community-oriented landscapes.
Since joining REA, Mr. Koger has helped prepare construction details, graphic renderings, and cost estimates for several significant projects including Sullivan Central Park, the City-County Building Plaza Design Competition, the Indianapolis Transit Center, the reconstruction of Monument Circle, and Muncie’s Holiday Park-East Downtown Gateway. Currently, Kyle is assisting in the design and construction documentation of site improvements for the Hendricks Regional Health campus in Danville, Indiana.
When not working in the office, Kyle can be found traveling and exploring the sidewalks of new places, playing a round of golf, putting his training as a Master Gardener to use by digging in the dirt of his backyard garden, or enjoying time well spent with his friends and family.