ISG is excited to bolster our team with a Water Treatment Technical Leader to join our team. Our Water/Wastewater team serves the essential Municipal and Industrial clients throughout the entire US and are comprised of employee owners in Sioux Falls, Storm Lake, Des Moines, and St. Louis Park offices. We are a full-service, multi-disciplinary team, who perform award winning work in planning, design, survey, and construction.
As an ISG Employee Owner, you would work directly with our Group Leader Lenny Larson in Des Moines. Casey Patton is our Practice Group Leader and is also located in Des Moines. In addition, you would work closely with our other Group Leaders Tom Grafft in Storm Lake and Rachel Kloos in Sioux Falls.
Here are some projects we’ve worked on recently that might give you a better sense of what you’ll be doing day to day:
- Clarion Water Treatment Plant: The City of Clarion contracted with ISG to assist them with the planning, design, and construction of a new reverse osmosis water treatment plant capable of producing approximately 1 million gallons of water per day. The reverse osmosis system includes the membranes as well as pressure filters, holding tanks, transfer pumps and chemical feed systems necessary for the proper treatment of the water. Also included in this project were the installation of three vertical high service pumps and the rehabilitation of a well house. This project was funded through USDA and SRF funding sources. ISG provided the preliminary engineering report, pilot water plant assistance, funding assistance, survey, design, permitting, bidding, and construction phase services for this project. The water treatment plant is currently under construction with a completion date scheduled in mid-2024.
- Rockwell City Water Reclamation Facility Improvements: The City of Rockwell City contracted with ISG to assist them with the planning, design, and construction of improvements to their existing water reclamation facility to provide for the treatment of a daily average of 350,000 gallons of sewage, with a total capacity to handle up to 3.8 million gallons of sewage per day during a wet weather event. The reclamation facility consists of headworks, equalization basin, and an activated sludge treatment process consisting of anaerobic, anoxic, and aeration basins and sludge pumping, storage, and handling facilities. Also included in this project was providing uv-disinfection of the effluent prior to discharge along with a process building and associated mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. ISG provided the preliminary engineering report, funding assistance, survey, design, permitting, bidding, and construction phase services for this project. The facility improvements were completed in 2023.
- Sanitary Sewer and Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements – ISG developed cost – savings solutions to lower the chloride and e. coli effluent levels to meet State standards for the City of Pocahontas’s wastewater treatment plant and recommended efficiency improvements to its aging sanitary sewer system.
- Provide technical support on complex, multi-disciplined industrial wastewater and water projects including data analysis, preparation of design calculations, drawings, and other technical work as required
- Demonstrate knowledge in chemical, mechanical, and/or biological treatment processes
- Conducts quality assurance and quality control on projects
- Participates in constructability review, field observation and inspection during/after construction phases
- Leads the preparation and coordination of the project specifications with construction documents
- Serve as the Project’s point of contact with clients, agencies and others to obtain and determine project requirements and approvals
- Review and conduct alternative analyses to support business case evaluations for making project decisions
- Collaborate with the project design team to create detailed project documentation – piping & equipment layouts, process flow diagrams (PFD’s), piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), review vendor drawings/cut sheets
- Utilize Autodesk Navisworks Manage to review 3D models
- Coordinate with engineers/designers on the production of project deliverables
- Collaborate with other ISG disciplines to create functional, detailed, and sustainable designs
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in Civil, Mechanical, Chemical, Environmental or related engineering degree
- Familiarity with Autodesk AutoCAD Plant3D software
- Experience with creating, reading, and understanding P&IDs
- Design principles and best practices for water/wastewater treatment systems
- Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills
- Demonstrates creativity, foresight, and judgment in planning, organizing and problem analysis and resolution
- Must be a self-starter with good verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work well within a team to meet project schedules and deadlines
We are 100% owned by our employees! ISG's Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) allows for broader ownership, the ability to be directly connected to performance, and our culture of accountability and opportunism is amplified. Put simply, everyone works hard = everyone benefits, not just an elite group.
We are focused on strengths, using those talents to guide personal development and team collaboration. We are involved in our communities and lead through empowerment. Firm growth is a direct reflection of the dedication, ingenuity, and hard work each ISG owner brings to the office and field every day.
ISG's growth and sustainability are based on the unwavering belief that we need to grow for the betterment of our people and firm. We are entrepreneurial. We believe in having the right people onboard and being disciplined during good times and when faced with new challenges. And most importantly, we foster growth through positive mentorship and progressive ideas that lead to strategic, contextual based decisions. We believe that this unwavering commitment to our culture, clients, and dynamic qualities translates to better services for our partners, and that it will continue to guide ISG's future.
Learn more about ISG at http://www.isginc.com