ISG’s Richmond upon Thames College project named as one of Mayor of London’s success stories
The 2019 Building Awards was set to be a big night for ISG. We’re excited to announce that Paul Cossell took home a big win on the night, named CEO of the Year.
ISG breaks ground as works start on the Compton and Edrich stands redevelopment at Lord’s. The redevelopment of the stands at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, UK forms the second phase of the ground’s updated masterplan.
Students from Fife College recently joined the ISG team on site at the Velux head office project, learning the tricks of the trade directly from those in the construction industry.
ISG has strengthened its commitment to ethical procurement practices by entering into a partnership with Social Enterprise UK (SEUK), through its Buy Social Corporate Challenge.
Zoe has over eight years’ experience at ISG, most recently as group director for public sector frameworks. In this role, Zoe was instrumental in more than tripling revenue from ISG’s public sector framework business in just three years, setting an ambitious strategy for future growth that continues to prove highly beneficial to ISG’s wider construction operations.
ISG has opened its first office in the city of Cambridge as a response to growing demand for its specialist expertise delivering highly engineered spaces, particularly in the higher education, technology, pharmaceutical and health sectors.
ISG has announced the appointment of Aydin Karaduman to the newly created role of managing director for Europe, as the global contractor builds upon its best ever financial performance in 2018, and eyes major demand for its expertise across the European continent.
Graduate trainee Dylan has just spent the summer with our team on site at Sedbergh Leisure Centre in Yorkshire.
ISG welcomed distinguished guests to celebrate the commencement of construction at the site of the new Norton Hill Primary School. The school, which is set to open in September 2020, will address growing demand for pupil places in the Midsomer Norton area of Somerset, with capacity to accept up to 600 children.