ST Paper, LLC

Various Locations | Food + Industrial

Overview

ISG designed ST Paper’s tissue machine building and optimized its layout and detailing for the equipment.


Opportunity

In addition to its unique equipment, a new tissue machine building required special design considerations due to soil conditions.

Solution

ISG provided architectural and engineering designs for a three-level, 40,000 sq. ft. tissue machine building and managed the overall building layout and detailing for the equipment. Soft soils due to the nearby river required a mat-type foundation for the basement level, and the main building structure. The operating floor has a galvanized steel superstructure with concrete floors that lead from the basement floor level up through the operating floor to the third-level mezzanine where mechanical equipment support structures are located.


Market News

To prevent floods, remove nitrate

January 17, 2020 – The largest wetland project undertaken by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship sits east of Storm Lake waiting for spring to come so it can perform its duty. It was built last summer not only to prevent flooding, but to remove nitrate from primarily tile-drained land in five Buena Vista County drainage districts.
Read More

Nationally Recognized Design and Engineering Firm, ISG, Announces CEO and Leadership Adjustments

January 14, 2020 – Building on 2020 goals and market strategy, ISG, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering, environmental, and planning firm, recently formalized a proactive plan with respect to its CEO and firm leadership positions. The firm’s Board of Directors formally approved and appointed Lynn Bruns as CEO, David Doxtad as President, Derek Johnson as Executive Vice President, and Chad Surprenant as Chief Strategy Officer (formerly CEO|President).
Read More