Education and demonstrating the value of digital construction techniques holds the key to digital transformation in the industry, says ISG’s head of Building Information Modelling (BIM), Mark Norton.
ISG is delighted to have not one, but two of its projects shortlisted for the Building Awards 2018.
ISG project manager, James Fryer, has been shortlisted for Construction Manager of the Year at this year’s Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Awards.
Dominating the city skyline, the sight of a Derrick crane marks a significant milestone for ISG’s project in Central, Hong Kong - a highly technical scheme situated at a 37-storey grade-A commercial building, Alexandra House.
ISG’s use of modern methods of construction to deliver a remarkable six Manchester schools since the start of 2018 has featured in a bumper Construction News feature.
Edinburgh is an amazing city, and at this time of year also has some fairly unique logistical challenges that drive contractors to become much more efficient and forward thinking in their strategic planning approach, says ISG’s regional lead in the North and Scotland, Andy McLinden.
ISG members from across its construction, fit out and technology solutions teams recently came together to attend and present at the Construction Frameworks Conference, a leading event for the UK public sector in London.
ISG has confirmed the appointment of Darren Pavitt as the new managing director of its Malaysia business.
For Sayyid Alam, a two-week placement on one of ISG’s school projects in Manchester, UK, turned into more than just practical experience to put on his CV.
ISG’s teams across the north have been rewarded for their health and safety vigilance with three RoSPA Gold Awards.