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A 1997 graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Architecture, Daniel was a summer intern in Cromwell's Fayetteville office. Now, as chief operating officer, he manages the financial and business operations of the state's largest architecture firm.
Daniel said he values the many things his parents taught him — the value of hard work and the value of rewards earned through that hard work. "I like to be involved, to make an impact by giving back to the community in a meaningful way."
Focusing mainly on urban and campus projects, Daniel played a key role on the project team of the Victory Building in downtown Little Rock. Other project credits include the UA Leflar Law Center, Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center at Little Rock and Argenta Place Mixed Use Development in North Little Rock.
He serves as vice chair of the Arkansas Zoological Foundation, where he has been heavily involved in the effort by the zoo to obtain Ray Winder Field. He also serves on the Little Rock Downtown Partnership and on the board of the Arkansas American Institute of Architects.