Expertise

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Multimodal Systems + Complete Streets: Value. Opportunity. The Future.

From TV shows and music to restaurants and breweries, millennials crave options, and that is no different when it comes to transportation. More than 70 percent of people ages 18-34 use multiple modes of travel several times per week.

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Meet ISG Civil Engineer, Mark Origer, PE

Driven to optimize water quality across rural Minnesota, ISG Civil Engineer Mark Origer, PE, recently received the 2019 Rising Star Award from Civil + Structural Engineering magazine. Working closely with public agencies and private landowners alike, Mark has developed countless solutions for water quality improvement projects throughout the region. Despite being relatively young in his career, Mark has already established himself as an equally talented designer, project coordinator, and committed mentor to his fellow employee owners.

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Integrated Interiors: ISG’s Andrea Kucera on Interior Design’s Impact on Community and Culture

Whether designing interiors that increase employee retention, selecting furniture and accessories that optimize branding, or just planning her next move in a competitive board game with friends, ISG Senior Interior Designer Andrea Kucera, IIDA, leans on her Strengthsfinder 2.0 strengths of Empathy and Strategic. Let’s learn more about Andrea, her experience at ISG, and how interior design can kill or instill culture, values, and brand.

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ISG Women In Engineering

Women's History Month is here, and in honor of the number of women in the engineering field rising we have compiled some inspirational words from ISG’s women engineers across multiple offices and disciplines. Here’s what they had to say:

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National Engineers Week – ISG Engineer Roundup

In honor of #NationalEngineersWeek, we are sparking ingenuity with a compilation of Engineering blogs. From Employee Spotlights to articles by our own Engineers, this list is sure to elicit thinking outside of the box (much like these engineers do everyday)!

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Watershed Moments: Looking at the Big Picture

Water quality improvements often start with the watershed. For entities like the Heron Lake Watershed District, it takes strong partnerships to make and fund improvements. Through these partnerships, communities can make a big impact on local water quality.

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Great Partnerships Make Great Projects!

ISG Congratulates Heron Lake Watershed District (HLWD) on their recent grant award! Implementation of best management practices are targeted to improve water quality in South Heron Lake.

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The Importance of Community Engagement on Pavement Projects

Pavement and resurfacing projects often involve a lot of moving parts. To ensure that there are minimal disruptions to daily life, ISG’s project teams focus on coordination and communication in the towns in cities in which they work. For the resurfacing of streets in West Des Moines, Iowa, ISG’s project team did just that, and in doing so, earned statewide recognition.

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