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.
ISG has commenced work on an £11.5 million project to create a luxury private members’ club in two historic Grade II Listed buildings in Devonshire Square in the City of London.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, has announced its appointment of ISG to carry out a £24 million restoration of the Temperate House at Kew Gardens, as the building phase of a wider £36 million project.
ISG is preferred contractor for a £6.1 million project to restore and conserve the historic Grade II listed Town Hall in Wigan, Greater Manchester.
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