Wisconsin Public Service

Various Locations | Energy

Overview

To meet Wisconsin Public Service’s statewide demands, ISG provides generator and distribution system design services for the company’s facilities across Wisconsin.


Opportunity

With 450,000+ customers, Wisconsin Public Service needs to maintain safe and consistent electrical service across the state.

Solution

Serving more than 450,000 electric customers, Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) includes safety, reliability, and integrity among the values that guide their business. To support these and other values, ISG has provided generator protection settings and distribution system protective device coordination settings at WPS’ generation and distribution sites throughout Wisconsin for more than 15 years. These sites include wind turbines, diesel generators, hydroelectric generators and natural gas plants.


Market News

ISG Strategically Advances Environmental Service Expertise

July 23, 2020 (Bloomington, Minnesota) – ISG, a professional design and engineering firm made a strategic advancement to expand its services by welcoming Julie Blackburn as its new Environmental Practice Group Leader, out of the firm’s Bloomington office. Joining 300+ employee-owners including a team of in-house environmental scientists, Julie, the former Governor’s appointee to the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council, brings over 25 years of passion for identifying environmental solutions and will guide the firm as it takes the next step in becoming an industry leader in environmental services.
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ISG Named Business of the Year by Grow Cedar Valley

June 22, 2020 (Waterloo, Iowa) – Based on its growing presence in eastern Iowa and efforts to give back to the community, ISG has received the 2020 Business of the Year Award from Grow Cedar Valley, an organization devoted to the growth of businesses in the region. ISG’s Waterloo office was honored as one of two businesses of the year (1-50 full-time employees), marking the firm’s growing impact in the region since expanding its footprint to Waterloo in 2018.
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