New Ulm, MN | Sports + Recreation
Legendary ballfield, Johnson Park Grandstand, has a long legacy and iconic status in the hearts of local fans. ISG completed the planning, design, and construction administration, prioritizing accessibility while paying tribute to the Park’s traditions and heritage.
Established in 1939, the existing stadium was outdated, lacked accessibility, and needed major updates to accommodate players and spectators.
Community input was a key part of developing the Park’s master plan. Three separate public meetings were coordinated to keep citizens engaged and active throughout the four-month process. Accessibility and quality emerged as two crucial values, along with consolidating amenities such as locker rooms, concessions, restrooms, and storage onto one site. Improved aesthetics were another area of focus, and feedback indicated a desire for standardizing plantings, banners, signage, and pavement materials to deliver a unified message and branding across the complex.
Business Unit News
ISG Celebrates 50 Years of Business, Ready for 50 More
March 21, 2023 (Mankato, Minnesota) – ISG turns 50 years old in 2023. The firm of over 500 multi-disciplinary professionals, ranging from architects and designers to engineers, technologists, marketers, and project managers, now spans across four states across the upper Midwest with 11 offices.Read More
Environmental Firm to Host Southern Minnesota Lake Resources Conference
March 14, 2023 (Mankato, Minnesota) – ISG will host the inaugural Future of Southern Minnesota Lakes Conference on April 22, 2023, in Mankato, Minnesota. The conference will equip community members, lake associations, and lake stewards with the tools, approaches, and resources to care for the lakes of Southern Minnesota.Read More