David Broderick, operations director for ISG’s Engineering Services’ science and health business, features in the leading trade publication, Health Estate Journal, which covers issues facing healthcare estate and facilities management, and engineering professionals.
Our work at the Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Research Hub for Imperial College London has been featured in Building Magazine, a national publication for the construction industry.
What does the private hospital of the future look like? That was the question posed to ISG and a panel of leading healthcare experts at the sixth annual Private Healthcare Summit on Thursday 13 June 2019.
ISG has spoken on how to design and build world-class research and development (R&D) facilities at this year’s S-Lab Conference, which took place at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus in Cambridge, UK.
ISG turns an established 15-storey building into a new facility – known as the Halo Building - for Healthcare Services Laboratories (HSL).
The future of private hospital operators was under the microscope at this year’s Private Acute Healthcare Conference, which took place at the Royal Institute of Medicine on 12 October 2017.
A new global brochure outlining ISG’s international capability in the technology, science and health sector has been launched.
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’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.