A graduate of Ball State University, Litteral holds dual bachelor's degrees in architecture and environmental design. He returns to Schmidt Associates as an electrical designer after serving as the architect of record for Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, and as an electrical and telecommunications designer for Ross & Baruzzini, and BSA LifeStructures. Most recently, Litteral was an electrical design contractor with CADVantage, Inc. where he was embedded daily with the Schmidt Associates team.
"It feels good to be back where I belong as a full-time employee," Litteral said. " I have enjoyed doing good work at and with the Schmidt Associates team on a number of projects, including the Ivy Tech Fall Creek building, the MSD of Lawrence Township high schools, and the Indianapolis-Marion County Community Justice Campus, and I am looking forward to lending my experience toward helping our Owners find the best, most practical solutions to their electrical design needs."
From programming to quality control, Litteral loves all aspects of design, and has experience in telecommunications, access control, video surveillance, audio/visual systems, fire alarm systems, lighting, power, Division 8 doors, frames and hardware, and architectural design.
"I am excited that Greg has returned to Schmidt Associates as a full-time employee," said Sarah Hempstead, AIA, LEED AP, CEO and principal of Schmidt Associates. "His expertise is valuable, and his experience is a great addition to the firm and our clients. It's going to be fantastic getting to continue a professional relationship with Greg."