With a passion for nature and wildlife, serving as an Environmental Scientist at ISG is the ideal career for Eva Douma. ISG’s Environmental Group collaborates with clients and designers to develop solutions that ensure a successful site plan while fostering responsible land usage. And as a bonus, the work provides plenty of opportunities for Eva to explore the great outdoors when collecting field data! Let’s learn more about Eva.
With a special focus in water quality, Civil Engineer Mark Origer PE crafts designs that positively impact people and the environment. An avid problem solver, Mark collaborates with multiple disciplines across ISG, building off of years of technical fieldwork in water resources management. Mark’s love for the water is reflected in his personal and professional life, whether he is volunteering with the Adaptive Water Ski Program or identifying best management practices for clients. Let’s get to know Mark.
With help from experienced industry design teams, you can identify the “Goldilocks” seating variety for your unique venue, provide each event goer with their own “golden ticket” to the show, and set the stage for a facility with high ROI. Now THAT’S the best seat in the house!
From the patterns in the carpet to the colors on the wall, the work of interior designers is all around us. Supporting communities through inspired designs is ISG Interior Designer Jennifer Jahr NCIDQ, CID, WRID, IIDA . Jennifer’s passion for her work shines through every project and relationship, and extends as far back as her childhood days of creating floor plans out of tissues. An adventurous traveler and excellent collaborator, Jennifer is constantly pushing creative boundaries, and always with a welcoming, warm smile. Let’s meet Jennifer.
ISG believes the best creative solutions are provided when every employee-owner collaborates and works together, and what better way to connect and engage than to have a sneak peak into the firm's ingenious talent. This week, let's get to know Process, Steam, and Power Group Leader Bear Daniel.
As millions flock to lakes during the summer, cities close to shore will see water usage rates double yearly averages. Here’s how innovative engineering helps lake communities cope with seasonal swings.
Whether developing a roadway model or writing a Traffic Impact Analysis report, the work of a Civil Engineer involves a wide variety of intricate tasks. Meeting this multiplicity of projects with an eager work ethic and a flair of fun is Civil Engineer Corona Woychik. Corona’s dedication to tackling challenges and improving her professional career is rivaled only by her efforts to beat her colleagues in Nerf wars. Let’s meet Corona.
The intricacies of electrical power and laser guidance systems are often lost under the umbrella term, “electrical engineering.” Electrical Engineer Chris Dewaal PE, LEED AP, works to break down the generalities of this phrase and focuses on achieving success. Methodical and analytic, Chris solves electrical problems like a puzzle, and only wishes training his dachshund puppy came as naturally to him. But in all projects, Chris seeks to attain the elusive and ever-changing definition of success. Let’s meet Chris.