March, 2022 - Spotlight

Steven Boettcher, PE, LEED AP

Steven received a B.S. in Architectural Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering in 1980 and obtained his professional license in 1984. He has been president of IDI since 1998.

Most enjoyable facet about working at IDI:

As a founding partner of IDI, having the opportunity to be instrumental in assembling a team of professionals and watch their hard work and creativity grow this company into what it is today.

Most valuable contribution to IDI’s team:

Managing the mechanical engineering department and being instrumental in client marketing for the company’s first 25 years.

Aurora Dobbs

Aurora received her B.S. in Environmental Conservation with a minor in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Northern Michigan University in 2008. She joined IDI as a Mechanical Designer in September 2008. In 2022, she became a shareholder at IDI.

Most enjoyable facet about working at IDI:

Working for a company that encourages communication and coordination between the different disciplines is very important to me. IDI has done a great job at showing their employees that they are valued and appreciated as well.

Most valuable contribution to IDI’s team:

I have a desire to always keep learning and growing. I also really enjoy problem solving and being presented with new challenges.

Lakers High School

Fitness Center addition to existing High School, supports student athletes training and conditioning inclusive of stationary and free weights.

Lakers Innovation Center

An Innovation Center was developed where imagination, experimentation, and creation flourish every school day. It is an open space where students dive into hands-on projects that develop skills in science, technology, engineering and math.