by Rick Himmel, Principal. Of all the seasons, fall is my favorite. It’s that time of year when we have a mix of warm summer days and crisp mornings that remind us that winter is just around the corner. And, of course, the fall leaves. While the colors of each season change from the wild Read More
by Rob Danforth, Principal. I’ve been with FSi since it’s infancy, and now retirement is one of those objects that “may be closer than they appear.” This seems like a perfect time to reflect on my gratitude for the experience of building and growing a successful company. A long time ago, I worked with an Read More
by Ben Roush, Principal. The hardest part of writing this was choosing a single thing to focus on. I have so much to be grateful for at FSi. As I look back on my career and the careers of my colleagues, one of the things that stands out is opportunity. I think it really stems Read More
by Ola Jarvegren, Principal. I love the practice of gratitude and counting my blessings. I particularly enjoy it during November, as everyone is talking about what they are grateful for in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. I am happy to kick off FSi’s month of gratitude, where every week you’ll hear from one of Read More
How COVID-19 is changing, and NOT changing, the way we work.
On March 6, 2020, FSi Engineers began an experiment in self, company, and community care; we all began working from home. We are striving to make sure we are the same company you’ve always known, with impeccable design and exemplary relationships with our clients. A vendor who provides COVID-19 training to HR Managers around the Read More
Just in Time
The Just™ label is not a certification or a goal, it is an on-going process of self-evaluation under the guidance of the International Living Future Institute. FSi has completed our first round of this process and we are happy to report that our performance is very much in alignment with our values. As we explored Read More
A Place to Be: Building Community to End Homelessness with The BLOCK Project
My foot catches on an uneven bit of sidewalk, and I fly head-first towards the pavement. I hang flailing in the air for what seems like an eternity – then land hard on my hands and elbows and knees. Before I can even brush myself off, strangers appear out of nowhere, sincerely concerned, asking if Read More
Yes in my Backyard! Yes in my Workplace!
Robert is a generous, smart, funny man who has worked all his life – and who has been homeless for more than a decade. He has lived primarily in a dormitory-style shelters, sleeping in rooms with more than 100 other men at close quarters. Last week, Robert moved into a home of his own. His Read More