A veteran of the United States Navy, Civil Engineer Evan Del Val now charts his own course as an ISG Employee Owner, and boards a smaller ship (his kayak) to navigate the rivers of Greater Des Moines when the temperature allows. In sub-zero temperatures, you can find him spending time with his family, or braving the outdoors on cross-country skis or a snowboard.
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!
Although you may not find it on her LinkedIn, Danyelle Pierquet has “professional” experience in landscape architecture dating back to age 12. Read on to find out about Danyelle’s childhood networking practices, and the expertise she brings to ISG now!
Now in his third office location at ISG, Project Coordinator Erik Pingel has made Des Moines his home. Read more about Erik’s journey, and how he’s helped ISG become a finalist for Des Moines Young Professional Organization of the Year.
ISG Graduate Engineer Amanda Thomas talks mentorship, parking lots, To Kill a Mockingbird, and stilts.
Who is seasoned ISG’er, wellness committee member, and sustainability advocate John Krenz, and why has he gone on two international trips to visit a pig? Read on to find out!
How did chickens inspire Bethany Brittenham’s career as an engineer? Read more to find out!
Learn more about Adam Voth, and why this newly graduated Master of Architecture and ISG employee-owner has spent time hanging out at tea farms in rural Ecuador.