ISG appoints David Cronin as business development director
ISG has strengthened its senior leadership team in the Middle East with the appointment of David Cronin as business development director.
David is returning to the company, where he was formerly a commercial manager between 2008 and 2012, and in his new role will focus on leading ISG’s strategic business development function and spearheading a drive into new market sectors and regions.
David brings over 20 years’ industry experience to the role, including working for over a decade in the Middle East in the civil engineering and construction services sectors.
With a strong technical background and solid commercial experience, David is a high-calibre addition to ISG’s expanding team, and as a highly connected figure in the regional construction scene will play a key role in the continued success of ISG.
Scott McCulloch, general manager of ISG’s Middle East business, said: “I’m delighted that David is rejoining our business and bringing his expert knowledge and passion for the industry to this crucial role.
“We are an ambitious business with a loyal client and consultant base, built upon our exacting focus on customer experience and quality delivery.
“David’s expertise gives us the ability to further enhance our visibility within new sectors and geographies, highlighting our global fit out experience and credentials.”
On his appointment, David said: “It is exciting to rejoin ISG at this momentous time for the company.
“It is a business with a clear vision and values, and I’m delighted to be working within a team of motivated, committed and experienced colleagues who are passionate about delivering exceptional spaces for our customers.
“I’m relishing the challenge of building on the fantastic relationships that ISG has already established in the region.”
ISG continues to enjoy healthy trading in the UAE and is increasingly active across all fit-out sectors, particularly corporate office fit out, technology and hospitality and leisure.
ISG’s positive growth trajectory has continued between 2017 and 2018, and its diversification into complementary markets is a strategic priority in 2019 to support ambitious growth targets.