With a philosophy of doing good work correctly, Greg Litteral, RA, RCDD has returned 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, and as an electrical design contractor with CVI, Inc.
Possessing a wealth of varied experiences, Greg is constantly thinking about process and ways to get better every day. From programming to quality control, he loves all aspects of design, and has worked in telecommunications, access control, video surveillance, audio/visual systems, fire alarm systems, lighting, power, Division 8 doors, frames and hardware, and architectural design. By always listening with intent, Greg believes direct communication benefits Owners and leads to finding the best solutions.
Outside of work
Greg admits to being a self-professed nerd who collects paper ephemera, comics, cards, and books and magazines that he enjoys book binding. Also, he’s always working on projects, doodling and designing different things with his favorite calculator, the HP-15c. Beyond his design and collection hobbies, Greg studied martial arts for 10 years, and his wife, Suzanne is the owner of Litterally Divine Chocolates in Fountain Square.