ISG’s recently completed refurbishment and extension project at Moss Side Leisure Centre was unveiled to its local community, stakeholders, operator and client at its official launch last month.
ISG's game-changing approach to digital construction has been featured in a Construction Manager piece into how it is embracing technology to improve health and safety standards on its projects.
September saw ISG people from a variety of roles join sessions designed to empower and promote women working in the construction industry.
ISG has further demonstrated its commitment to embracing technology by securing a BIM Level 2 accreditation for its collaborative, dynamic delivery of projects using digital construction techniques.
ISG has secured its latest Higher Education (HE) scheme in Bristol, with the announcement of a £9.8 million project to create a new Humanities Hub for the University of Bristol.
ISG’s Engineering Services business has bagged two prestigious healthcare industry awards at the Building Better Healthcare and Healthcare Estates IHEEM Awards events respectively, to round off an exciting month for the team.
ISG has been appointed by developer, LCR, as lead contractor on its £200 million retail, leisure and cultural development at Waterloo.
In June 2016, ISG became the first UK contractor to elevate its standard requirements for all employees and supply chain partners working on ISG projects, both in the UK and overseas.
ISG project manager, James Fryer, has won the top prize at this year’s Construction Manager of the Year Awards.
In line with ISG’s recent work on two major projects in Liverpool and Manchester, North West director, Paul Munro, has revealed that build-to-rent is one of ISG’s “core sectors”.