In March, our UK construction sites opened their doors to ten of our ground-breaking UK projects in support of the industry-wide initiative, Open Doors 2019.
The team behind ISG’s Manchester City Council’s Beaver Road Primary School had much to celebrate in March, as the project was named Education Project of the Year 2019 at the Offsite Construction Awards in London.
ISG has responded to the Government's consultation on a standardised approach to construction.
ISG has made a firm commitment to increasing the number of young people it employs by becoming the latest member of the 5% Club, which lobbies UK business to ensure at least 5% of its workforce are in ‘earn and learn’ positions.
ISG has added to its recent education win tally, securing an additional two projects in the South East valued at over £15 million through the Pagabo Framework.
ISG has secured the first school building projects it is to deliver as part of the Department for Education (DfE) construction framework.
ISG’s head of social value, Dr Vicky Hutchinson, joined a panel discussion at the Thames Estuary Growth Day to debate the impact of public and private partnerships in supporting regeneration initiatives and their role in driving success.
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 project manager, James Fryer, has won the top prize at this year’s Construction Manager of the Year Awards.
ISG has been appointed to deliver the University of Wolverhampton’s new £26 million School of Architecture and Built Environment, at its dedicated 12-acre Springfield Campus site – set to become Europe’s largest built environment education campus.