While on the job site, ISG Project Manager and Construction Administrator Kirk Moe uses his extensive field experience and entrepreneurial background to help each client’s vision become a reality— but when not leading a team at ISG, you can find Kirk guiding anglers on fishing trips year-round for his guide service ProMoe Outdoors, or throwing a line in the water pro bono with his two kids, friends, the Boys & Girls Club, or veterans. Read on to learn more about Kirk’s work at ISG and his involvement with the Annual Hooked on Hardwater event happening next Saturday, February 23!
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.
In honor of #WorldEnvironmentalDay during the week of June 4th, we’re looking back at some of the highlights from the new Jay C. Hormel Nature Center’s first year, ongoing efforts to support the Center as a regional destination for environmental learning, and the nature-based program opportunities for explorers of all ages in the coming months.
Learn how clients and A/E firms can collaborate to ensure final designs mirror the client’s vision, help maximize profits and customer experience, and adhere to branding standards.
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!