ISG Expands Offices to Green Bay, Wisconsin – Acquisition of Raasch Engineers | Architects

Sep 11, 2016


September 7, 2016 (Mankato, Minnesota) – ISG is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Green Bay-based Raasch Associates, Inc., better known as Raasch Engineers | Architects, serving as the eighth location to the multi-disciplinary firm’s footprint. For over 20 years, Raasch Engineers | Architects has provided professional design services to some of the largest and most recognizable Industrial clients. Raasch Engineers | Architects has also worked hard to establish solid roots within the state and other critical industries such as Healthcare, Commercial, and Government. With direct expertise in architecture, steam and power, process, and electrical engineering as well as structural and mechanical engineering, Raasch Engineers | Architects increases ISG’s overall professional team to 230+.

“ISG was no stranger to the expertise-driven reputation that Raasch Engineers | Architects prided itself on, as we have partnered on projects in the past. ISG’s growth in Wisconsin, with significant expansion in La Crosse and now in Green Bay, helps us support even more opportunities with other clients throughout the upper Midwest and nationwide. We are always interested in ways to expand our geographic footprint,” stated Chad Surprenant, ISG President and CEO.

“Raasch Engineers | Architects had defined strategic opportunities, such as this acquisition, in recent business plans as combining forces with a progressive, entrepreneurial, and driven firm like ISG synced perfectly with our future goals, desires, and client approach. We will now be able to offer past and present Raasch Engineers | Architects clients the same responsive and creative services, with the added power, creativity, and strategic approach that ISG has built over the past 40 years,” stated Gary Schneider, Former Raasch Engineers | Architects President, and current ISG Green Bay Office Leader and Architect. “We are excited for the months and years ahead, in addition to serving ISG clients and additional markets,” noted Schneider.

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