Landscape architects at ISG don’t only strengthen communities through their work on projects though; they consistently contribute to ISG’s strengths-based culture, making the ISG offices a fun and productive place to be. From mapping out building sites to drawing a portrait of his daughter, ISG Landscape Architect Aaron Thacker uses his artistic mind and ingenuity every step of the way. Let’s get to know Aaron.
Geographic information system (GIS) technology is much more than just cool maps, and Eric Ertl, ISG GIS Project Manager, is a leader in the industry integrating custom software and solutions in just about every market - all while being outnumbered by females at home and juggling the joys of fatherhood. Let's get to know Eric and all things GIS.
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is the future of A/E industry workforce – and ISG has been at the forefront of implementation and integration.
Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day, and ISG’s Inspiring A/E Leaders and Insight
With a recent ESOP transition, record breaking year, and expanded talent, the Zweig Group called upon ISG President and CEO Chad Surprenant for insight on what the newsletter called a "leading, top-flight firm."
There’s no better time than now to restock the professional tool box with tips and tricks to help increase productivity, spark creativity, and maximize both firm and individual performance in 2017.
Spotted: Nine groups of architects and engineers tape swarming around the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota at 8:30 a.m. on a Saturday. And no, Lego-Land was not offering first come, first serve giveaways.
Diversity. Inclusion. Networking. Professional development. And (pause for dramatics), Millennials.