ISG’s historic £34 million restoration of the world's largest surviving Victorian glasshouse at London’s Kew Gardens is now complete, having reopened its doors to the public after a five-year hiatus.
Replacing 67,000 panes of glass was the tip of the iceberg when it came to the challenges facing ISG at world-leading botanic Kew Gardens in London, UK.
The story of ISG’s iconic Temperate House restoration project at Kew Gardens has been featured on the popular BBC One prime-time TV show, The One Show.
An ancient tree specimen – the last of its kind on earth – has moved back into Temperate House at Kew Gardens, following ISG’s £34m restoration work at the Grade I listed Victorian glasshouse.
Former apprentice Bally Gill has featured on the K10 website discussing his work on ISG's Kew Gardens Temperate House project and his new role as a trainee quantity surveyor.
ISG works with the challenges of retaining the façade of a 150 year old Grade B listed building at a new office space in Edinburgh city centre.
New Civil Engineer (NCE) has published a full-length feature on ISG's restoration of the Temperate House at Kew Gardens.