ISG has promoted Paul Sharp to head its specialist technical fit out operation in its UK Engineering business, as the company further strengthens its delivery capability in technically complex fit out projects within the burgeoning healthcare and research and development (R&D) sectors.
ISG has been awarded a £6.7 million project to construct a new 75-bed care home for Quantum Care in Letchworth; the company’s fifth scheme for the not-for-profit residential care provider, which includes a £4.7 million development the contractor is currently building in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.
ISG has been awarded a £5.5 million project by development managers Medici Asset Management, with backing from Oakvest, to deliver a mixed-use luxury residential and office scheme in a fashionable area of Notting Hill.
ISG has secured a contract to renovate 9 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, the new home of SCOBAN Plc, the planned private bank.
A special report by Raconteur Media titled The Future of Retail has been published in The Times.
Projects completed by ISG in the South East have been officially recognised with a series of prestigious awards, including four accolades for the contractor’s £25.6 million New Marlowe Theatre scheme in Canterbury and a fifth for its London Gateway deep sea container port project.
ISG, the international construction services group, is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of 90% of the share capital of Tecton Engineering GmbH (“Tecton”) for a maximum consideration of €2.6m (£2.2m).
ISG is due to imminently commence work on the £27 million project to re-clad the 13-storey East Wing building on the St Thomas’ Hospital site in central London. The project was procured via a high-profile RIBA Competition to select an architect and main contractor team that could transform the poorly performing building with a modern cladding solution to enhance its environmental performance, upgrade facilities for patients and staff, and dramatically improve the building’s aesthetics on the London skyline.
Members of ISG’s site team were treated to a tea break by internationally renowned artist Nikhil Chopra as part of the 2013 Manchester International Festival. ISG is part way through a £12 million project to extend and refurbish the University of Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery, however from sunrise on the Friday 5th July, through to sunset on Sunday 7th July, part of the site was transformed into a working artist’s studio.
ISG has successfully completed an exclusive luxury home conversion with new build subterranean leisure complex following a £9.5 million project in conjunction with the developers Capital Residential Management Ltd.