ISG’s engineering services team announces two new appointments to its growing global leadership team.
ISG has opened its first office in the city of Cambridge as a response to growing demand for its specialist expertise delivering highly engineered spaces, particularly in the higher education, technology, pharmaceutical and health sectors.
ISG has successfully completed the £25m fit out of a private medical provider’s first facility outside of Germany.
ISG’s prestigious St Anne's Quarter development went back to its beginnings last Friday to celebrate its official topping out, or 'hopping' out, in style.
Lee Hutchinson has joined ISG’s fast-growing Engineering Services business in the newly created role of UK managing director.
ISG has secured an £7.6m datacentre project with global charitable foundation, the Wellcome Trust at its Genome Campus in Hinxton, Cambridgeshire.
ISG has been awarded a £20m contract by the family-owned German hospital group Schoen Clinic to fit out it first private medical facility in the UK.
Our work at Imperial College London’s new £70m innovation hub for medical research has been featured on the front cover of Higher Education Estates magazine, a national trade publication for the education sector.
ISG have been appointed by developer Orbit Homes to build the first of 437 new homes at its St Anne’s Quarter development in the Norwich city centre. The £22million contract, which is set to begin in April, will see the delivery of 190 flats over the next two years.
ISG’s operations director, David Broderick, has praised ISG’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) team for delivering an “innovative” and “forward-focused” private healthcare project for Spire St Anthony’s Hospital in Cheam, Surrey.
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