With a special focus in water quality, Civil Engineer Mark Origer PE crafts designs that positively impact people and the environment. An avid problem solver, Mark collaborates with multiple disciplines across ISG, building off of years of technical fieldwork in water resources management. Mark’s love for the water is reflected in his personal and professional life, whether he is volunteering with the Adaptive Water Ski Program or identifying best management practices for clients. Let’s get to know Mark.
Whether developing a roadway model or writing a Traffic Impact Analysis report, the work of a Civil Engineer involves a wide variety of intricate tasks. Meeting this multiplicity of projects with an eager work ethic and a flair of fun is Civil Engineer Corona Woychik. Corona’s dedication to tackling challenges and improving her professional career is rivaled only by her efforts to beat her colleagues in Nerf wars. Let’s meet Corona.
On a daily basis, Grant Writer + Water Quality Specialist Staci Williams mixes outdoor recreational activities with land conservation to connect communities with the environment around them. From paddling down the Waccamaw River in South Carolina to running races with her nephew, Staci’s passion for nature shines through in her work with water quality at ISG. Let’s meet Staci!
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is the future of A/E industry workforce – and ISG has been at the forefront of implementation and integration.
Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day, and ISG’s Inspiring A/E Leaders and Insight
With a recent ESOP transition, record breaking year, and expanded talent, the Zweig Group called upon ISG President and CEO Chad Surprenant for insight on what the newsletter called a "leading, top-flight firm."
There’s no better time than now to restock the professional tool box with tips and tricks to help increase productivity, spark creativity, and maximize both firm and individual performance in 2017.
Spotted: Nine groups of architects and engineers tape swarming around the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota at 8:30 a.m. on a Saturday. And no, Lego-Land was not offering first come, first serve giveaways.