ISG breaks ground as works start on the Compton and Edrich stands redevelopment at Lord’s. The redevelopment of the stands at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, UK forms the second phase of the ground’s updated masterplan.
The partners behind the landmark £49 million Liverpool Lime Street development celebrated its completion with a visit from the Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson.
ISG, along with partners GLL, Gardiner & Theobald, Space and Place and Waltham Forest Council, recently held an open day at Waltham Forest Feel Good Centre, a project delivered by the business in 2016.
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.
Lee Phillips talks to Construction News about ISG’s capability and expertise in the smaller-scale fit out sector, with its Agility arm turning over £80 million last year and targeting £100 million in year three.
ISG has been appointed by developer, LCR, as lead contractor on its £200 million retail, leisure and cultural development at Waterloo.
ISG’s complex refurbishment of Moss Side Leisure Centre in Manchester, UK, has featured in an extensive Place North West project profile.
Birmingham's latest leisure complex has opened its doors to the public following a £7.7 million revamp.
ISG’s innovative approach to its £14.8 million Rhyl water park project has been featured in a spotlight by Place North West.
The steel frame which ISG has used on its £14.8 million water park project in Rhyl has been profiled in a New Steel Construction magazine two-page spread.