A former volunteer Fire Chief, Project Manager and Construction Administrator Joe Wagner was once an ISG client. Read on to learn about his transition to employee owner, how gardening is like project managing, and who’s going to win the Super Bowl.
ISG Congratulates Heron Lake Watershed District (HLWD) on their recent grant award! Implementation of best management practices are targeted to improve water quality in South Heron Lake.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s ISG Accounts Payable Manager Hayley Schull!
So an architect, a baker, and a tough mudder walk into a Sioux Falls Brewery… and the bartender looks up at the man and says “Hi Josh!”
Pavement and resurfacing projects often involve a lot of moving parts. To ensure that there are minimal disruptions to daily life, ISG’s project teams focus on coordination and communication in the towns in cities in which they work. For the resurfacing of streets in West Des Moines, Iowa, ISG’s project team did just that, and in doing so, earned statewide recognition.
Now in his third office location at ISG, Project Coordinator Erik Pingel has made Des Moines his home. Read more about Erik’s journey, and how he’s helped ISG become a finalist for Des Moines Young Professional Organization of the Year.
ISG Graduate Engineer Amanda Thomas talks mentorship, parking lots, To Kill a Mockingbird, and stilts.
Who is seasoned ISG’er, wellness committee member, and sustainability advocate John Krenz, and why has he gone on two international trips to visit a pig? Read on to find out!