Bruce Niedermyer is a 2018 Iowa State University STATEment Maker

ISU Alumni Association (ISUAA) announces their 2018 Iowa State University STATEment Makers – Congratulations to Bruce Niedermyer for being recognized!

The Alumni Association established STATEment Makers in 2009 to recognize the early personal and professional accomplishments and contributions to society of Iowa State University’s young alumni (graduates 32 years of age and under). Bruce, has been selected as a most deserving recipient and one of only 21 young alumni who will be recognized with this honor in 2018. Nominations are sought annually for ‘STATEment Makers’ who have made differences in their own lives, the lives of others, their communities, and/or their professions through ambitious efforts that reflect the scholarly, entrepreneurial, or service-oriented spirit of an Iowa State University education.

University of North Caroline Greensboro Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness site improvements (above)

Bruce is a landscape architect and has been a valuable member of the RDG team since 2012. He works throughout the nation on award-winning projects and consistently provides our clients with exceptional project management and design expertise. A recent and notable project for Bruce is the sustainable site improvements for University of North Carolina Greensboro Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness. His commitment to design excellence, collaboration, and a positive work/life balance draws the respect of his peers, both in and outside the walls of RDG. Bruce is currently the president of the Iowa chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

He also shares his talents and passions with his home community of Logan, Iowa. He currently serves on Logan’s Planning and Zoning Commission, is active in local facility improvement efforts for Logan-Magnolia School District, and is helping to create “Kourts for Kellen” at Logan City Park in memory of local Make-A-Wish kid and family friend Kellen Morrison.

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