In 9 of our 11 locations across the Midwest, full-time ISG employee-owners may notice a few new faces this summer. The challenges of the year prior did not stop ISG from hiring a group of 26 interns, from a plethora of colleges in an assortment of roles, to the team for a 2021 intern class
Phosphorus. It’s the eleventh most common element on earth and is used to manufacture many products that we are familiar with such as steel and bronze, safety matches, LED lights, fireworks, and baking soda.
A fundamental component of your electrical safety program is the arc flash and electrical shock hazard safety standards. These programs guide workers on what are acceptable job tasks to perform on energized electrical components and the required personal protective equipment (PPE) to wear.
As we commemorate the history, culture, and spirit of South Dakota on National South Dakota Day, ISG celebrates the decision to put down roots in South Dakota and credits rapid progress to the unlimited growth potential of one of the fastest growing states in America.
With a passion for environmental engineering and sustainable design practices, Graduate Engineer, Lisha Wu, is excited to share her specialized knowledge with the water/wastewater group at ISG. Learn more about Lisha’s favorite part of working at ISG and her thrilling yet terrifying bucket list adventure!
New to the formal office setting, Project Manager Peter von Qualen has spent his entire career working out of construction trailers and temp offices—making ISG his first permanent home. Learn more about Peter’s role at ISG, and how he draws inspiration from unique experiences and developing new skills.
Jumping fences, running from dogs, and driving in reverse for over half a mile is just the start of this employee owner’s exciting career highlights. Read on to learn more about Telecommunications Project Supervisor, and dedicated family man, Matt Cherek’s adventures as he helps connect communities through his role at ISG.
Whose office at ISG has the best views? We think it is safe to say Corporate Pilot, Michael Drager, earns the win on this one. From working on the family farm to flying the skies, read more about what sparked Michael's passion for connecting people and places through flight.