ISG has announced its entrance into the burgeoning Brazilian market through a partnership with ACE – a Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro based fit out and refurbishment business. This partnership will enable ISG to gain a deeper market knowledge and understanding of this fast-developing economy with excellent long-term growth prospects.
The Board of Interior Services Group plc (the “Company”), the international construction services group, is pleased to announce that the Company’s name has been changed to ISG plc.
ISG has been awarded a £16.5 million contract by Ashfield Land to construct the new Regent Circus retail and leisure destination in Swindon.
Since our interim statement, ISG’s UK Retail business has secured £50m of new projects which has resulted in a 45% increase in its order book to £148m as at the end of April 2013 (December 2012 - £102m).
ISG has secured a circa £19 million project to build a new Tesco Extra store in Rotherham.
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.
ISG has been awarded a circa £52 million project by Japanese owner Kato Kagaku Co. Ltd to substantially refurbish the iconic former home of the BBC World Service – Bush House in central London. One of the largest commercial office refurbishment schemes to be awarded in 2013, the completed project, which encompasses four buildings on site, will be renamed the Aldwych Quarter.
A hotel will be constructed at the north end of the new three hall exhibition venue, both of which are located at ACC Liverpool, home to BT Convention Centre and Echo Arena.
The Crystal – the iconic home of the world’s largest purpose-built exhibition on the future of cities, has taken national honours in the prestigious 2013 British Council of Offices (BCO) awards. Built by ISG, the £30 million Siemens venue secured the prized national Innovation award – after being nominated by the BCO’s panel of distinguished industry judges.
ISG has successfully completed the £1.8 million refurbishment of the former Ferrari merchandise outlet on London’s Regent Street, creating a new flagship store for aspirational men’s clothing and accessories brand Hackett London. The project is the continuation of ISG’s partnership with the quintessentially British luxury brand, which has seen the contractor deliver over 40 projects for Hackett London across continental Europe and Asia over the past four years.