Face-to-face meetings are a necessity for Graduate Engineer Carley Johnson. Taking the time to interact with clients and other employee owners brings positivity to her work environment. Read on to find out more about Carley and what she brings to ISG every day!
Charlotte Nienhaus brings an ambitious, “all-In” attitude to her role at ISG. As an Architect and volleyball coach, Charlotte is all about the team whether that’s in ISG’s Mankato office or on the court. Let’s dig in to hear more about how Charlotte serves and sets clients up for success at ISG!
As an award-winning carpet designer with past aspirations of becoming a cosmetologist, MaTrasa Maae now puts her design skills to work as an Architectural Designer at ISG. Read on to learn how MaTrasa applies her affinity for collaboration and lifelong learning to her work!
Bryan Muhlbauer may have jumped around a stage singing and playing his bass guitar at one point in his life, but today, he sings in the church choir and sets the stage for ISG’s design projects as a land survey specialist. Let’s hear more from Bryan, a 24-year vet of ISG who loves the excitement of new “office” scenery each day.
For the last two years, ISG Graduate Engineer Dylan Musgjerd has been based out of the La Crosse Office fulfilling his 4th grade dream of being a structural engineer. When Dylan is not working on “the skeleton” of buildings, he’s playing sports, hunting, fishing, acting in a play or musical. Let’s chat more with the 2012 Minnesota High School Mascot State Champion (yes, that’s a real thing).
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.
Most people deal with their fear of heights by staying on the ground or their claustrophobia by taking the stairs. Not ISG Architect, Alyssa Campbell, AIA, LEED AP. She conquered her fear of heights by taking a rock climbing course. As for her claustrophobia, a spelunking course did the trick. Similarly, in her 12+ years at ISG, she has continued to embrace changes in the A/E industry and isn’t afraid to get out of her comfort zone to explore cutting-edge solutions for the firm. Read more about how Alyssa conquers fears and moves mountains in an ever-changing industry.
Although he originally studied education in college, Aaron Chisholm found his love for geography and ended up getting his degrees in both—in fact, he’s even licensed to teach secondary education in the state of Pennsylvania—quite the departure from the work he did after graduation as a GIS coordinator in the oil fields of North Dakota. Now at ISG, the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Manager enjoys teaching others about the latest and greatest GIS technologies, and going on “field trips” to ensure team alignment and gather updated data for clients. In today’s class, Mr. Chisholm will tell us more about both his unique work history, his literary and television fame, and the future of GIS.