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.
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.
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
Our major refurbishment of the Royal Festival Hall saw the auditorium of the Grade I listed building undergo significant remodelling.
Creative Italian developer, Fabbriche Ceramiche, recognised the potential for this industrial building to be transformed into a creative hub dedicated for design and the arts in London.
ISG undertook a refurbishment project at The Historic Dockyard Chatham to create a new museum and cultural venue, No.1 Smithery, to display and store nationally important maritime collections, especially models, art and other objects from two national museums – the National Maritime Museum and the Imperial War Museum
The new building provides additional galleries, new open access storage/study facilities and dedicated spaces for life-long learning, education outreach services and arts development programmes. It also create a focal point for the development of Cheltenham’s ‘Cultural Quarter’ and create a ‘new gateway’ to Cheltenham’s oldest building, medieval St. Mary’s Church.
ISG have delivered numerous Esporta Health Clubs around the UK including Chiswick, Gloucester, London, Oxford, Finchley, Sheffield and Repton Park. One of the most notable projects was the Gloucester Club which was built on a brown field site.
We have delivered 12 clubs for David Lloyd including, the complex project in London’s West End at PointWest in Cromwell. The project was surrounded on three sides by tube lines yet we were required to build underground and on top of a Sainsbury’s supermarket.
This project was part of a £25 million four-year framework to redevelop the leisure facilities for the London Borough of Waltham Forest.