Infrastructure Engineering Inc. (IEI) supports many causes that help transform lives and enrich communities both locally and nationally. IEI’s commitment to community outreach is a part of the firm’s corporate essence. During this Black History month of celebration, the firm stands behind Northwestern University’s (NU) efforts to create bright and promising futures for NU’s black/African American students. Considering the firm’s commitment, Michael Sutton, IEI’s President and Northwestern University Alum, gave the first payment of a financial pledge to Northwestern University through IEI’s philanthropic arm – Infrastructure Engineering Foundation (IEF). The financial gift will help advance the school’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts pertaining to black/African American students . The news of this contribution is highlighted in the Winter 2021 issue of Northwestern Magazine. Click here to read more
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In her role as Director, she will be spearheading the Human Resources segment of the firm’s national strategy, while managing IEI’s essential HR functions, including planning and administration, recruitment, performance management, and growth and organizational development.
Ms. Coleman holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S) in Mechanical Engineering from Tennessee State University, a Master’s of Science (M.S.) in Industrial & Labor Relations from Loyola University Chicago, and a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Loyola University Chicago School of Law (J.D.). She is based out of the firm’s Corporate Chicago Office.
Infrastructure Engineering Inc. Executive Vice President, Kashif Khan, joined other industry leaders for the Office of Minority and Women Business Development’s (OMWBD Indianapolis) 13th Annual Year-End Forum. The virtual panel discussion addressed the unique impacts of the pandemic on XBE firms and what to expect in 2021. The forum included City Council President, Vop Osili, along with representatives from city agencies who spoke about the upcoming opportunities and expectations of the City from all stakeholders responsible for delivering services and goods to the City of Indianapolis. More than 100 people attended a day of information, inspiration, encouragement, and vision.
Amidst an unexpected and unforeseen 2020, IEI continued to be present with businesses, leaders and the youth throughout the communities we serve.
In addition to the many organizations and causes IEI supports, President and CEO, Michael Sutton participated in a number of panels, spoke to a group of engineering students and supported several programs in 2020.
Michael joined a virtual panel discussion with the Black Business Empowerment Commission to discuss the impact that Covid-19 had on Black Businesses, as well as the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey’s (AACCNJ) Black Business Month’s webinar series. He also presented for The Science Consortium of Minority Schools (SCMS) with other notable leaders to inspire and encourage women and minority students to consider careers in engineering.
To learn more about IEI’s outreach and philanthropy visit us on the web: https://www.infrastructure-eng.com/about/community-support/ or follow us: https://www.linkedin.com/company/infrastructure-engineering-inc./.
Infrastructure Engineering Inc. (IEI) is pleased to announce the promotion of Clint Ferguson, PE,
to Vice President of Business Development. In this new role, Mr. Ferguson will oversee the development of a cohesive local and national strategy, and key initiatives that will support IEI’s core business and targeted industries. He will serve as the primary business development liaison between the leadership of IEI’s respective regional operations, and will lead capture strategy, project risk assessment, collaboration, and coordination to build an even stronger organization for clients of the firm.
Mr. Ferguson led IEI’s Chicago Office Operations for more than seven years, where his technical skill, natural leadership and savvy business development acumen made him an exceptional partner. “Clint’s proven track record in winning work in our largest office as well as his deep understanding of the marketplace, project delivery and client satisfaction makes him the ideal choice for this role,” stated IEI President, Michael Sutton.
The New York office celebrates its new location, the City of Indianapolis gets its first Rapid Transit System and IEI assists the City of Waukegan meet the needs of a growing population.
IEI New York’s Operations Manager, Maike Rodriguez, and the New York team celebrated the firm’s New Midtown location on October 10, 2019. Friends, partners and clients of IEI joined the team and other IEI staff in support of the move and to tour the new office, which now provides easier access for the team and the firm’s New York clientele. The open house was a success thanks to the New York team, the Chicago corporate staff, as well as friends, partners and clients of Infrastructure Engineering, Inc.
On July 29th IEI’s New York office claimed a new address in Mid-town. The office moved from 233 West 135th Street to 141 West 36th Street, Suite 1804, New York, New York, 10018. The new location provides easier access, broadens the firm’s capacity to better serve clients, and enhances our commitment to steadfast, quality service.