Equal parts relationship builder, organizer, and communicator, with a dash of humor for good measure, Project Manager Chris Adams fosters effective and collaborative communication internally and with clients. In addition, Chris remains motivated to learn something new every day. This curiosity often leads to creative solutions for ISG clients. Let’s learn more about Chris, his recipe for project management success, and just for fun, who would play him in a Hollywood movie.
It’s time to give your local city engineer, professor, or engineering team members a high five as it's National Engineers Week! In the words of Jeff Bezos, “Work hard, have fun, and make history.” In honor of all things engineering, check out the latest market trends, and #ISGIngenuityatWork.
If Architectural Designer Marcia Drehmann’s family and friends were to describe her in three words, she’d like them to say: funny, carefree, and cheerful, but thinks they would actually say active, responsible, and worker. Let's get to know Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!
With a 35+ year construction career, including serving as President, Principal, and Director of Construction Operations at a commercial construction firm, Mike Hansen brings a wealth of experience to his role as a Project Manager at ISG. A proud Eagle Scout, Mike takes the motto “Be prepared” seriously, whether that be monitoring project schedules or getting ready for a marathon card game (known to last all night).
Whether sketching cityscapes or serving as mayor in a game of SimCity, Jerremy has always been interested in cities and the way they work. And while at one point he dreamed of playing in a World Cup for the U.S. National Team, Jerremy Foss PE, LEED AP, CNU-A will tell you that nowadays he has a passion for infrastructure and how it helps create a sense of place and value in concert with architecture and planning, making his role of Senior Civil Engineer at ISG a dream career. Let’s learn more about Jerremy, and what the heck a CNU-A is!
What makes a design memorable? It’s not just about the way a place looks or functions, but about the emotions elicited – creating an experience, not just a space. See why the design and experience was radioactive in ISG's recent photobooth design inspired by Imagine Dragons for Fusion + Captured 2017.
ISG Civil Designer Ali Sekkat’s creativity shines through in his solutions for municipal and drainage projects, and is supported by his desire to learn, grow, and try new things. Trying something new is also what brought him from Morocco to the Midwest. Let's get to know Ali.