Daniel is a Planner II with Houseal Lavigne where his primary focus is developing illustrative graphics and innovative design work to further planning recommendations and concepts in a manner that is attractive and easy to understand. He is passionate about working with communities to identify issues and opportunities and design visually appealing graphics to create implementable plans. He adeptly incorporates development concept visualization and 3D renderings into planning documents and also concentrates on the mapping of the physical environment, creating and customizing GIS datasets, and using spatial analytic tools to inform policy recommendations and site design proposals.

Daniel received a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Urban Planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his professional practice includes working in both the public and private sectors in the United States and the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to joining Houseal Lavigne, Daniel worked at a multi-disciplinary firm where he expanded his practice and skillset into landscape architecture and architecture through site concept design.

His extensive experience in a wide variety of projects, including comprehensive plans, corridor plans, transit-oriented development, bike and trail plans, subarea plans, research park master plans, design guidelines, and zoning regulations has solidified his position as a well rounded urban planner. He is able to tackle the breadth of activities involved in a planning assignment including research, policy writing, design recommendations formulation, project management, community engagement, implementation, and visually cohesive document design.

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