Project director Richard White took home Silver in the higher education category at last night’s Construction Manager of the Year Awards (CMYA).
The latest iteration of our digital Smart Series events explored the impact of human behaviour on the workplace and what it means for businesses and their people in a post-COVID-19 world.
Llancarfan Primary School will become one of the first net-zero carbon schools in Wales when a £5 million scheme to construct a new building is completed.
Significant shift in sentiment to homeworking revealed in ground-breaking workplace survey.
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and ISG look back on a year working together at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
In a year that has challenged us more than ever before, our people have responded by showing inspirational creativity, innovation and care. It’s this ethos and dedication that has seen ISG named Building Magazine’s Major Contractor of the Year (over £300m).
From Monday 12 October to Friday 16 October, a mix of global clients, ISG employees and supply chain members across the globe took on the five-day challenge – Move for Charity.
ISG and Swansea Council celebrated reaching the latest milestone on the Swansea Fusion student tower block at the topping out ceremony this week.
ISG has been awarded a circa £50 million project to build The Oak Cancer Centre at The Royal Marsden in London.
Chester Fire Station’s completion date is back on track despite the original delays incurred due to COVID-19.