Construction Administrator Darin Howell talks teamwork and culture, vending machines, GIS, and Scotland. It’ll make sense later, we promise.
Did you know ISG employs a former Senior Graphic Designer for the CIA, a black belt in Taekwando, and a licensed skydiving coach? What if we told you they were all the same person?
When Stephanie Merdan started as a receptionist at ISG almost 15 years ago, she had no idea what opportunities the company would create for her. Read more about Stephanie, and find out what’s kept her at ISG for 15 years!
Catch up with Employee Owner and Architect Nathan Compton on all things architecture, ISU, and his passion for the Tiny Home Movement.
Read how ISG Employee Owner and GIS Specialist Casey Decker was able to turn one of his favorite hobbies, being outdoors, into a full time career.
ISG Senior Designer, Tom Katers, loves solving the design challenges of the job and building relationships with clients and municipal reviewers. With strong roots in Brown County, Tom loves bettering his community-whether on the job at ISG, volunteering to review 140 page documents as a City of Bellevue Trustee, or kicking a soccer ball around with the team he coaches. If that sounds busy, he also has three active teenage boys and two dogs. But don’t worry- he’s able to recharge in the outdoors by camping, golfing, hunting, or just working in the yard. Inspiration, community service, employee ownership – let’s connect with Tom!
ISG Employee Owner and Director of Production Operations, Randy Potter, is a frequent and friendly communicator, coordinator, and problem-solver at work. That is not the case at volleyball however, where his spikes rain on opponents. When he’s not in the office or on the court, the Certified Revit Professional and ESOP Committee Chair can be found wearing multiple hats. Randy proudly sports the “dad” badge with his two kids (number three on the way!), fishing, or cheering on a Minnesota sports team. Let’s check out what “sets” him apart from the status quo.
With the housing stock in rural Iowa shrinking and aging, many Iowa communities face roadblocks to long-term economic development. By planning for sustained success, these four Iowa towns have taken measures to deliver affordable housing solutions that promote future growth.