ISG has been awarded five places on the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) medium value framework for projects valued from £4.5 million to £12 million.
ISG works with the challenges of retaining the façade of a 150 year old Grade B listed building at a new office space in Edinburgh city centre.
ISG has come to the aid of Thomas Wolsey School in Ipswich to help provide a sensory cabin for pupils with complex physical disabilities, medical needs and sensory impairments.
ISG’s managing director in Asia has spoken to Construction News about its activities in Singapore, which is described in the article as “one of the richest, most relentless and most saturated markets in the world”.
ISG turns an established 15-storey building into a new facility – known as the Halo Building - for Healthcare Services Laboratories (HSL).
Building security, cyber-attacks and public safety have been put under the spotlight at a special ISG seminar, held in conjunction with the engineering consultancy firm, Cundall.
A brand awareness campaign has been launched to promote ISG’s end-to-end construction services in the offices sector.
ISG's national frameworks social responsibility manager, Dr. Vicky Hutchinson, has contributed to a press release to promote a new report by the Supply Chain Sustainability School called, ‘Social value and design of the built environment’.
ISG has secured a £25m programme of works with Manchester City Council to deliver new and refurbished primary school facilities across the city.
An ISG racquet centre project at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, London, has been commended at the Structural Steel Design Awards 2017.