ISG's northern business sets growth target at 70 per cent

21 February 2017

As part of an expansion drive in the northern region, ISG is targeting a turnover of £300 million within five years, says ISG’s Andy McLinden, regional managing director for UK Construction North and Scotland.

In an interview with Construction News’ Charlie Schouten, Andy discusses ISG’s targets in the north and explains that ISG will focus closely on private sector clients in each region, particularly in office fit-out, hospitality and leisure.

ISG has already undertaken a £13m refurbishment project of the Corn Exchange in Manchester, and over the next five years, will be bidding for projects between the £2m - £20m range – what Andy call’s ISG’s "sweet spot". Part of the north’s growth strategy is focused on increasing the average size of projects, targeting sustainable and consistent margins on all projects in the region, and starting to bid on projects in the north-west.

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