An avid outdoorsman who spends his free time instructing youth in archery and air rifle disciplines, employee owner Matt Sevcik is a sharpshooter! Read on to learn more about his dynamic career as a project coordinator with ISG.

What brought you to ISG?

I was employed by Raasch Engineers and Architects when ISG acquired the firm in August 2016.

What is your favorite part about working at ISG?

The diverse group of fellow employee owners and ever-evolving technology we use every day.

What has been the most interesting project you have worked on at ISG?

The largest and most interesting project that I have worked on in my 23-year career was TEREX, with the building covering over 10 acres.

What’s your favorite part of ISG’s Green Bay office?

My favorite part is the west wall of windows looking out onto the Fox River. I enjoy watching the ships come in, pleasure boaters, and the other activities that downtown has to offer.

What’s usually playing in your headphones at work?

Pandora – Johnny Cash Radio or Celtic Thunder Radio.

How did you come to work in the Food and Industrial market?

I worked for a local general contractor for nine years prior to being hired by Raasch Engineers and Architects, which eventually led to becoming an ISGer. I have always enjoyed detailing the backbone of buildings and what holds them upright. Working with concrete and steel is what I do.

What do you like most about working in the Food and Industrial market?

Every project is unique and has its challenges. I work on a lot of additions to existing structures and retrofitting processes within existing buildings. Accommodating these processes by designing a structure that opens up space is the kind of challenge I am up for every day.

Describe a challenge of working as a Project Coordinator.

The challenge of working as a project coordinator is juggling the work, understanding what should be prioritized each day, and being prepared for additional items to pop up. At any one time I could be working on four different projects, only to receive a call from a fellow ISGer who has an issue with REVIT not working as it should. I will always take the time to help work through an issue because someday I may run into the same problem and will be able to recall how it was fixed.

How do you spend your free time?

I like to be outside, enjoying nature, as well as volunteer.

Additionally, I am a Brown County 4H shooting sports instructor. Prior to Covid-19, I helped instruct over 150 Brown County youth, ranging from ages 9 through18, in the archery and air rifle disciplines.

Where is your favorite vacation spot and why? In relation, where is your dream vacation?

The past several years my family and I have rented a home on a small 80-acre lake in northern Wisconsin. Waking up and taking only a few steps out the door to the boat for fishing is wonderful.

My dream vacation is spending time with my wife and son, anywhere we choose to go as a family.

What are some of your hobbies and activities?

Fishing, hunting, practicing shooting my bow, gardening, and canning.

How do you recharge after work?

Sitting under the pergola on my deck at home watching the sprinkler water my garden.

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