This important regional arts scheme saw us demolish the existing theatre building, whilst retaining the fly tower, and creating a new enlarged theatre and performing arts facility.
We transformed the 125 year old Whitworth Art Gallery into a 21st Century gallery in the park.
ISG was instructed to extend and upgrade the North, East and West stands at Hampden Park. The project improved spectator facilities and accessibility by providing additional concourse area, catering facilities, lifts and new toilets in the North Stand.
A strategic framework with Alliance Leisure Services commenced in July 2010 when we were contracted to deliver the first of three phases of work, with a total value of £4 million, at Deeside Leisure Centre in Queensferry.
This project was part of a £25 million four-year framework to redevelop the leisure facilities for the London Borough of Waltham Forest.
The 6,000 seat London 2012 Velodrome hosted the Olympic and Paralympic indoor track cycling events and is now open for use by the general public.
This regeneration project with Shropshire Council re-developed the Music Hall, one of Shrewsbury’s most important architectural landmarks.
Our Olympic journey began in 2009 with the construction of the London 2012 Velodrome and led to us providing the £300 million+ ‘event architecture’ for the ‘greatest show on earth’ with the biggest Overlay project in the history of the Olympic Games.
The project saw the creation of a unique and daring visitor attraction at The O2. Conceived by architects Rogers, Stirk, Harbour and Partners alongside Buro Happold, it features a tensile cable and fabric walkway, with a viewing platform above the corona of the iconic structure.
Following the completion of Pier Head Ferry Terminal, we were awarded a further phase of works with Merseytravel to create a new extension of the Beatles Story visitor attraction inside the terminal