12 April 2017
ISG has held a topping out ceremony to mark the completion of major structural works at a project at Croxley Park in Watford.
The honour of laying the final section of concrete was given to local MP, Richard Harrington.
Richard said he was happy to see the building at Croxley Park taking shape.
“I’d like to congratulate everyone involved in this project,” he said.
“The team give a lot of time and effort to produce these fabulous buildings and it’s great to be here today to celebrate the work.”
ISG’s project manager, Rob Brown, said he was delighted with the progress of the project.
“It is a great achievement for us all to be standing on top of Croxley Park today,” he said.
“I’d like to congratulate the team on the work they have done to get us to this point.”
The 75-acre Croxley Park combines relaxing green space and a thriving business community which is home to over 60 companies and 2,500 employees.
ISG is building a new, 65,000 sq ft structure in the heart of Croxley Park, creating a new concrete frame which will incorporate extensive curtain walling and a copper canopy feature entrance with a glazed atrium.
The Grade A open plan speculative office accommodation has been designed to achieve a BREEAM environmental performance rating of Very Good.
The building is due for completion in October 2017.
Image caption: ISG’s Rob Brown, Richard Harrington MP and Stephenson Group project manager, Joseph Jeyarajah.