John Hoppe Joins Isomer Leadership Team

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RL Simpson, PE
June 17, 2021

June 17, 2021

2 minute read

Greenville, South Carolina - John Hoppe has joined Isomer Project Group as a partner, demonstrating the firm's commitment to strengthen its industry presence. With more than ten years of industry experience working for global Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) leaders, John has led project development and engineering design teams on a wide range of industrial projects in a variety of industries, including renewables, biomass, power generation, specialty chemicals, biofuels, ag-processes, mining, and manufacturing.

"Isomer has a focus on ensuring that we bring the top talent in the industry to serve our customers," says Matt Ninnemann, a company founder. "John certainly meets that requirement himself - and with his industry reputation and strong leadership skills, he also helps us to continue attracting and developing the next generation of elite talent in the EPC industry."

Before joining Isomer, John was employed by industry-leading firms specializing in the design and construction of industrial capital projects and a project development-focused company where he gathered experience and built the business acumen necessary to ensure complete project success. His focus throughout his career has been on EPC fast-track execution, multi-discipline project delivery, continuous improvement, innovative project tools and systems, and structural engineering and design.

John has consulted and provided design and management expertise as a licensed professional engineer (PE) on all phases of project delivery for both local and international customers and teams. John has provided leadership on both scoping and execution of complex capital projects and has contributed to the successful installation of projects up to $250 million. John is passionate about providing first-class service to customers and building successful teams. Drive, communication, organization, and project delivery excellence are vital attributes that John provides to his clients, project teams, and now to Isomer Project Group.

"It is a blessing to be joining the team at Isomer, a group of people whom I know are 'made of the right stuff.' A team who brings excellence to everything they do and enjoys it too. I'm excited to help build a company that emphasizes people first with an 'everyone wins' mentality amongst the project teams. I'm excited knowing that we're going to do things differently, we're going to serve our people, and we're going to produce fantastic results for our customers," says John.

About Isomer Project Group

Isomer Project Group exists for one purpose - to help bring great ideas to life. We have the experience of best-of-the-best EPC organizations but the fresh ideas and passion of a tech startup.

Founded in 2020, Isomer Project Group is based in Greenville, SC. The company is anchored by partners who together have successfully managed more than $2 billion in industrial projects across multiple markets - many of them representing first-of-a-kind technologies and processes. The firm plans to continue growing its team of engineers, project managers, and other professionals to support clients looking for an innovative approach to project execution.

Nothing gets our team excited like a good challenge. Drop us a line at or give us a call at (864) 565-9100 to connect and find out how we can help bring your idea to life.

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