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!
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.
Whether she’s attending an Iowa State University tailgate, pheasant hunting with her husband and two German Shorthairs, fishing, or working on a jobsite, Designer Brooke Sievers incorporates the outdoors into all aspects of her life.
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.
Be aware. Be prepared. Be proactive. NFPA 2018 updates of the 70E (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace), have a new philosophy for reducing arc flash risk: prevention. Up until now, the standard has typically focused on managing risk, but an emphasis has now been placed on also outlining proactive strategies to avoid arc flash incidents all together. Today, we’re exploring some of the key changes to the manual to help spread the word.
Join the conversation on how manufacturers across the industrial sector are surviving – and thriving – amidst a weak labor market. Industry, by definition, is taking action. What strategic moves can we make to keep American manufacturing alive and well in today’s labor market?