During my first adventure out of the office and into the field, I spent the day working alongside Cody Meyer at a housing development in Dundas, Minnesota—which if you haven’t laughed through that post yet, I highly recommend reading the entertaining account of my ‘orientation’ day as a land surveyor.
If generations could be defined by one word, an apt phrase for our current period may be “immediacy”. This sense of immediacy courses through our society, influencing not only how we experience our entertainment, but how we gather and disseminate information and develop our policies.
Alex, a Des Moines area native and a young up-and-comer, found his career at ISG as a civil engineering intern. With many projects under his belt and a hunger to tackle more, this former college football player and sports fanatic now shares his knowledge with other young ISGers.
An innovative and motivated civil engineering Designer, Kevin brings a positive attitude to ISG’s most detail-oriented and extensive projects. With a unique ability to see the big picture, Kevin brings a useful perspective to ISG in addition to his engineering knowledge. Learn more about Kevin’s favorite project and his ambitious bucket list items!
As an enthusiastic and curious emerging professional, Lindsey arrived at ISG and jumped headfirst into water/wastewater engineering—working on a variety of projects and asking a ton of questions—launching her into a career that combines her technical education with her passion for the outdoors.
Jason Burns, PE, is excited to grow his talents in a leadership role and mentor graduate engineers in ISG’s Minneapolis locations. Read on to learn about Structural Group Leader, baseball and softball infielder, and rock music fan, Jason Burns.
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For our talented surveyors, the ‘office’ is the varying terrain of a jobsite, software includes a sledgehammer and stakes, and emails are questions from contractors and clients. I quickly learned that being in the field is far different, and in many ways more satisfying, than sitting in an office.