Situated in the heart of downtown Sioux City, Iowa, the Promenade is a public space surrounded by the local movie theatre, Sioux City Convention Center, and nearby coffee shops, bars, and restaurants. See how ISG implemented unconventional urban renewal strategies to revitalize this popular space.
Growing up in Mankato area, Employee Welfare Manager Jenny Adams has always been impressed with ISG’s community involvement and engagement. So when the opportunity came to become an employee-owner in July, 2017, Jenny was on board! Let’s learn more about her caffeine craze and positive attitude!
Nicknamed Farmer Lucas at ISG, IT Specialist Lucas Dimmel practices a hive mind mentality when working to address the firm's technology needs and tending to his beehives. From assisting with tech questions to researching updates for software and servers, Lucas knows what it takes to serve 250+ professionals in four states, and 60,000+ bees! Let’s get to know Lucas and see what all the buzz is about.
Growing up, ISG Planner Danielle Propst knew she wanted to follow a career path that would allow her to create solutions promoting equality amongst communities. Let’s get to know Danielle.
A relator to his peers and everyday learner, Project Manager + Construction Administrator Kirk Moe uses his extensive field experience and entrepreneurial background to help each client's vision become a reality. When he's not kicking up dust in the field ensuring project success, you will find him on the lake, year round, fishing with his two kids, Boys & Girls Club, veterans, and friends through his passion-child ProMoe Outdoors. Let's get to know Kirk.
In today’s world of advancing technology, ISG Electrical + Communications Designer Eric Rothwell takes pride in devising innovative electrical solutions that help place partners at the forefront of their industries. From helping facility owners maintain balanced power systems to integrating visual displays, remote connections, and video conferencing capabilities, Eric’s designs continue to shape the interconnectivity of the places where we live, work, play, and learn.
Back to school season often begins with educators, administrators, and staff prepping their schools for the incoming classes – rearranging desks, organizing supplies, lesson planning, and hosting orientations. And while educators certainly carry the load in ensuring school districts run smoothly, architecture and interior design makes the grade when it comes to supporting learning styles and maximizing engagement in schools. Get your pencils out to take notes on how 21st century design maximizes engagement in PreK-12 education.
Dedicated, responsible, and resourceful, Associate Principal and IDNR Certified Operator Tom Grafft uses his keen eye for detail to manage numerous water and wastewater treatment facility projects. Whether renovating his home with his wife, mentoring coworkers, or becoming deeply involved in his work, Tom seeks opportunities for improvement in himself and his projects, and constantly strives for more effective solutions. Let’s hear from Tom.